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What's on in Monaco 28 Jul-3 Aug 2022

Things to do in Monaco and Monte Carlo

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July 28th Newsletter

Once upon a time there were four little Rabbits. (1)

We hope you're enjoying your summer. Here at maBoum we're taking a break during August and will return with our 1 September newsletter.

While we're away Monaco celebrates the Feast of Saint-Roman on Tuesday 9 August, with a mass at 10:30 in the Cathedral followed by a procession around the Rock. The following week on Monday 15 August there's a public holiday for Assumption.

If you're heading to the beach, Nice Matin has a handy guide to facilities in Monaco as well as Plages Marquet and Mala in Cap d'Ail. For a sun-bed, towel and parasol, most charge between 35 and 70 euros for the day. At the Meridien, Monte Carlo Beach Club, and Eden Plage Mala you'll pay 100 euros upwards, whereas for 15 euros a day you can sun yourself at the new Malizia Mar on the cruise ship jetty's solarium.

Another restaurant has opened at Plage Larvotto. Giacomo is part of the Big Mamma restaurant group and serves Italian trattoria cuisine; pasta, salad, pizza. It serves lunch and dinner, 7/7.

If you've had enough of the sun there's always Christian Louboutin at the Grimaldi Forum and Helmut Newton at Villa Sauber. A new exhibition at Quai Antoine 1er is on until 11 September. It features work by the artist Louis Tinayre, who accompanied Albert 1er on his expeditions. You can also cool off in Villa Paloma where Christian Berard's work features until 16 October.

And finally...

Have a great summer and see you in September!

(1) This week's quote is the opening line of The Tale of Peter Rabbit by English writer Beatrix Potter, born this day 1866.

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