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Larvotto Beach, Monte-Carlo

Categories: Beaches, Beach & Pool Clubs, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.4/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web
Monaco's only public beach, Larvotto Beach provides a place to cool off. The beach, which is man-made, was constructed after World War II and is a pebble beach with calm, shallow water--a great place to bring small children. Grab your towel and carve out a space for yourself at this popular destination for both locals and tourists, considered a playground of the rich and famous. When you're in need of refreshment, stop at one of the bars and restaurants that line the sands for some food and a cool drink. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Larvotto Beach and many more Monte-Carlo attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Monte-Carlo trip builder.
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  • Bus number six will take you here, it's at the end of it's route where it turns around for a rerun back through the traffic. 
  • Though it can't be compared with other beaches on French Riviera still it is only decent man made beach in heart of Monte Carlo. There are many good restaurants and bars nearby. One can see big yachts...  read more »
  • The beach is Pebble stone (a matter of taste). The water is clean and clear. Many small fish swim ashore. The Jetty around are many large fish. The stand is open to the public. There are showers and no dressing rooms. As a result many on the toilet to change. Which means of course that you constantly have to stand in the queue. There are many restaurants at the stand along.
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