Having been postponed by the pandemic, the 15th Monte-Carlo International Show Jumping competition returns and will take place on the Darse Sud from from July 1 to 3, 2021.

The tight course at the foot of the Prince’s palace is full of turns and jumps, which are designed to be demanding for the riders competing for the Grand Prix du Prince de Monaco. These technical features mean that assembly of the course is set to begin in mid-June.

To accommodate the event, on June 17 parking will no longer be authorised on the main roads of Port Hercule. From June 28, Quai Albert I and the Esplanade des Pêcheurs will house all public reception facilities and the facilities for horses.

The facilities will begin to be disassembled on July 4 for a return to normality on July 9. Traffic plans and arrangements will be implemented from June 14 to maintain accessibility throughout the event.

Featured image courtesy of Stefano Grasso / LGCT