Tried and tested by the Boatbookings team, consider this your insider guide to the most happening hotspots to visit on the Côte d’Azur right now! Having covered the top party places in part 1 and where to rejuvenate your mind, body and soul in part 2, find out what the racket is all about in Monaco in part 3 of our guide…
Djokovic is certainly not a man to keep all his balls in one court as the Monaco food scene has recently found out! “Eat well, feel good” is the mantra at EQVita, the latest vegan restaurant owned by the world no.1 tennis player Novak Djokovic and his wife Jelena.
Within a warm, cosy and bright setting, the Djokovic couple serve up fresh juices and gluten-free breakfasts to kick start your day- go for the gorgeous green juice made from green apples, cucumbers, lime and all sorts of goodness to get you glowing inside-out!
Turn up in time for dinner and expect to find courgette lasagna (€16) and for that sweet hit, indulge in a dairy-free and gluten-free chocolate cake (€9)!
Monte Carlo Beach Club
Another Monégasque gem that has caught our attention is the Monte Carlo Beach Club, a 5 star luxury hotel whose panoramic views and vintage wine cellar is more than enough to keep us coming back for more.
You don’t have to travel far from your chic striped canvas cabana to taste the refined cuisine of this 5 star luxury beach club- gourmet pizzas that are brought straight to you from olive wood- ovens are a reminder that beyond the vast bay, even Italy isn’t too far out of sight.
Not only will you get to play in the latest 100% Organic culinary playground of Paolo Sari at the handful of restaurants (La Vigie, Elsa, the Sea Lounge) but you can also make the most out of the other amenities available- from the Beach Spa, Olympic sized pool filled with rejuvenating sea water and fitness centre overlooking the Mediterranean Sea full of handpicked personal trainers, it is no wonder you will leave feeling like a brand new person!