There are two must-visit addresses for golf and tennis fans, who are spoilt for choice in Monaco (tennis has been played here since 1897, and Rafael Nadal has won the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters more than 11 times!).
Monte-Carlo Golf Club
Perched at an altitude of 900 metres, this green oasis edged with blue is the perfect place for perfecting your drive. 18 holes between the sea and the sky, with views of the two Rivieras in France and Italy. A real escape! The maximum handicap is 35 during the week and 32 on weekends. Example tariff s: 10 weekday green fees (valid 3 months) for €1,100 and weekly driving range passes for €40.
Monte-Carlo Country Club
It offers a number of activities in a stunning setting. The courts can be used year-round and are set out in tiers that face out to sea. The sports complex off ers: fitness, swimming, squash, a golf driving range, snooker and even bridge.
For tennis: 21 clay courts overlooking the sea and the Monte-Carlo Beach, including 2 covered and 9 floodlit courts, 2 hard courts and 2 squash courts.
Couple with the Monte-Carlo Beach: an Olympic- sized seawater swimming pool, jet skiing, parasailing, tubing, water skiing, flyboarding, Fly Fish riding, Mastercraft boating, and even aqua spinning and aqua gym classes taught by qualified swimming instructors. “A feel-good day!”
- Monte-Carlo Golf Club: Route du Mont-Agel, 06320 La Turbie
- Monte-Carlo Country Club: 155 Av. Princesse Grâce, 06190 Roquebrune-Cap-Martin