Monaco's various harbors can be seen as the world of the rich. The yachts are neatly arranged in the not-so-wide wharf. Behind the harbor are the peaks of the king's palace and various high-rise buildings.
This country is rich, and the Port of Fontvieille is artificially built, with mansions, yachts, and real sea view houses. It is also a place where tourists must pass when strolling along the coast, with beautiful scenery and the Mediterranean scenery.
The Port of Fontvieille is one of the two famous ports in Monte Carlo. The port here is wide, with clear waters and full of various yachts. Especially at dusk, the golden sun shines on the yacht, which looks exceptionally beautiful and low-key luxury. It is definitely a good place to take pictures.
Port de Fontvielle in contrast to the other city districts Monaco-Ville, Monte Carlo and La Condamine, Fontvieille was constructed, after Italian engineer Gianfranco Gilardini's design, almost entirely on artificially reclaimed land and thus represents one of the younger parts of the principality.In order to combat the chronic land shortage in the extremely densely populated principality, the work was begun in 1966 to create new land in the Mediterranean Sea southwest of le rocher.In 1981, the then Crown Prince Albert (since April 6, 2005 Albert II, Prince of Monaco) laid the cornerstone for the new city quarter.The existence of Fontvieille, and its many public works projects, relates substantially to former Prince of Monaco, Prince Rainier III's reputation as the Builder Prince.
Visited the Prince's Palace, came to the viewing platform next to it, and the Port of Fontvieille is at your feet! We don’t have any other language except lament that it’s nice to have money! In addition to parking spaces, those luxury houses by the port must be equipped with a boat space!