A full summer of entertainment for all, and especially the very young, awaits Monaco residents thanks to an extensive and varied program put together by the Monaco Mairie.

Many activities run throughout the season, while other events are one-offs.

The emphasis is on including Monaco residents not just Monegasques.

As a taster, the Splash Party in the afternoon on Wednesday, June 7, is aimed at 12-17 year-olds.

Other highlights to note are the Fête de la Musique on June 21 and the big concert “Totally 80” on the Port of Monaco, the Estival Carnival of the Rock – U Sciaratu on July 7, and the Concerts of Square Gastaud and the fireworks evenings.

The Condamine Market will be the venue for an American Evening on July 4, the Bal du Marché on September 2 and the Mediterranean Evening on September 15 to close the summer season.

The Media Library teams have once again planned a magnificent program of cultural activities for the youngest (but not only!) during the summer, with two new features: the Mangas bla bla and the Cinés d’été .

Children’s Evenings will be held this summer at the Condamine Market and in Monaco-Ville. As for the workshops offered at the Exotic Garden shop, they will be available during the summer months in “composition workshops” and “dream catcher workshops”. In addition, L’Eté au Port Hercule, back on the Quai Albert Ier from mid-July with its rides and family-oriented activities, will host for the first time in the evening a Summer Village offered by the Sites History of Monaco.

Finally, after several months of work, the Saint-Charles swimming pool, which reopened its doors to the public on Thursday, June 1, offers new aquatic activities and a new gym. Note, two new courses for adults – Aqua Power + for the most athletic and Aqua Relax on the soft gym side, as well as the Aqua Mermaid/Aqua Dolphin activity for young swimmers (children from 6/7 years old who absolutely know how to swim) who will learn to wave on and under water with ease.

More info: https://www.mairie.mc/ (Currently, most information is available only in French)