St Martin Gardens is a garden area in the Monaco-Ville area of Monaco. The gardens were built at a side of a rock and are now a green oasis with steep footpaths that stretch around the rock. The gardens originally contained Mediterranean plants and trees but over the years have had more exotic plants planted in the grounds. The footpaths lead through the gardens and there are plenty of benches to sit and enjoy the setting and the stunning views out to sea.
You can get there by car, there are local parking garages close to the sight. By bus, take the 2 bus in the direction of Terminus Monaco-Ville and get off at ‘Place de la Visitation’ (the last stop).
Opening Times and Admission
The gardens are open daily and open at 9am and close at sunset. The gardens are free to enter. There is disability access but be aware that some of the walkways are steep slopes.