Lavoto Beach in Monte Carlo is the most lively beach in Monaco. The bay here is very wide, crowded with tourists who come to the beach to swim and sunbathe. There are also a lot of water sports here, such as speedboats, parachutes, banana boats, snorkeling and so on. There are so many choices for people to choose from, and you can have a whole day of fun here.
Plages du Larvotto Beach has a beach on one side and a tall building on the other. It is said that this beach is an artificial beach built for Princess Grace. Because it is winter, there are not many people on the beach. Because of the sunshine, the sea is also exceptional. Azure blue.
La Futo Beach in the sun is the most lively free beach in Monaco.
On the beach of La Futo, no fine loose sand can be seen, instead
The ones are pebbles. So, I can’t find the feeling of walking barefoot on fine sand
When it arrives, it’s impossible to spread a blanket or lie down, but buy a chair
Bar 0 (n_n) o~~. But this does not affect Lafoto Beach becoming the most
A popular beach!
Larvotto Beach (French: Le Larvotto; also known as Larvotto/Bas Moulins) is the easternmost ward in the Principality of Monaco. It is part of the quarter of Monte Carlo.It has an estimated surface area of 21 hectares (or 0.21 square kilometres) and access to the Mediterranean Sea.In 2008, it had a population of 5,443, making it the most populated ward in Monaco.
Lavoto Beach is the beach of Monaco, a pocket country. The beach here is white, the whole beach is in a curved semicircle, and the surrounding tall buildings are very beautiful. There are many tourists on the beach. The beautiful brothers and beauties are really dazzling. It's worth walking around.