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Jet Into MONACO for a Great VACATION

After arriving in Monaco via private jet charter, get yourself stationed and enjoy luxurious lodging in one of these 5 star hotels.

Nestled in the French Riviera, against a backdrop of the deep blues of the Mediterranean and the steep slopes of Mont Agel, Monaco is a spectacular site. While small (the 2nd smallest country in the world), the sovereign city-state is packed with culture, languages, attractions, and of course sport. For many, Monaco is best known for hosting the Monaco Grand Prix, widely considered to be the most prestigious and challenging automobile race in the world.  The race happens annually in the spring, which is arguably the best time of year to travel to the country. For those wanting to avoid the crowds, visit a couple months before the race (usually in May), and enjoy 70-degree temperatures and local events such as the Monte Carlo Spring Arts Festival and the the Monaco Run.

Outdoors

Bordered on one side by the Mediterranean,  Monaco hosts some of the most beautiful and exciting city beaches in Europe.

One of the most popular beaches is Larvotto Beach due to its proximity to Monte-Carlo and family atmosphere. However, like many French Riviera beaches, the beach is made from pebbles rather than sand, so bring some sturdy shoes!

For those more adventurous visit the Association Mediterraneo and enjoy a tour of the Riviera, which includes options for scuba diving, kayaking, snorkeling and more.

Others are pulled to Monaco to explore the Exotic Gardens . Whether you are a top horticulturists, plant lover, or just wanting a day outside, all will equally appreciate the beauty of the thousand plant species that exists here, as well as the stunning Mediterranean and harbor views from the grounds.

Looking for a place to propose? The Princess Grace Rose Garden in the Southeast corner of Monaco offers peace, tranquility and the sweet scent of thousands rose blossoms.

Leisure

If you are the type that likes to live hard and play hard, one of Monaco’s best attractions are their casinos.  The Monte-Carlo Casino brings tourists from all around the world, not just to gamble, but also to admire the beauty of the building itself. Overseen by Charles Garnier, architect of the Paris opera, the Monte-Carlo Casino is a masterpiece to the eye. The casino may looks familiar as it appears in the James Bond films, “Never Say Never Again” and “Goldeneye.” It was also the inspiration for the casino in Ian Fleming’s book “Casino Royale.”

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For those wanting a more relaxing experience, visit the Les Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo spa. Translated as “The Sea Baths of Monte-Carlo”, spa treatments range from luxurious to more luxurious including underwater massages to seaweed body wraps and much more. Clientele at the spa is very discreet, but royalty from all around Europe are likely on the list.

If you can’t make it to the spa, others can achieve a royal experience by visiting  the Prince’s Palace of Monica Ville. The estate was home to the Grimaldi family in the 13th century and today is lived in by Prince Albert II. Stop and watch the changing of the guard at noon each day or get a tour of the grounds and the stately rooms.

Restaurants

Whether you had a day in the sun, took your chances at the casino, or lavished yourself at the spa, one should make sure to end their day at one of Monaco’s tastiest restaurants.

Known as a wealthy destination, you can expect nothing less in Monaco than some of the most sumptuous cuisine and dining in Europe. For the most glamorous meal in town try Le Louis XV Alain Ducasse at Hotel De Paris. With France surrounding Monaco on 3 sides, French food has had a major influence on the city-state. Try Brasserie Restaurant at Columbus Monte Carlo for some of the best French food in the area.

Airports We Fly Into

There is no airport in the Principality of Monaco. We fly into Côte d’Azur Airport in Nice, France, which is the closest airport to the city, linking Monaco to more than 86 worldwide destinations. From there one can arrive to Monaco in 6 minutes by helicopter service or one can choose to arrive by car or bus.

  1. Monto Carlo International Heliport (MCM)
  2. Nice Cote d’Azur Airport (NCE) 32 kilometers away from Monaco

Monaco is a unique place to visit, and Windsor Jet is ready to fly you there. Click here for a private quote and start your vacation getaway today!

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