Everything you imagined in Monaco - and more
We plan to complete it this year. We managed to do half a couple of years ago. It's a fabulous walk!
You can always tell where the border stops with Monaco, as the areas right outside Monaco can be quite rural and undeveloped. It makes for quite a contrast and provides a relief for anybody who finds Monaco too crowded.Whenever I travel to Monaco from the east, whether by car or train, and the route makes the first turn that provides a glimpse of this view, it's always such a delight to see.
I walked Le Cobusier almost two years ago. There is one section where one walks across a metal pathway mounted against the concrete wall overlooking the sea.
This would be a fun walk to take. We hope to come back one of these years.
This is my favorite walk - I used to jog here in the 80s - on the coast. Compared to the Cap d'Antibes walk more scenic and the environment is more accessible.
That looks like a great promenade (with camera of course).
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