You'll want to take a look inside the Mortola Tower, positioned just above The Hanbury Botanical Gardens. The fortified tower is from the 1500s with spectacular views along the Ligurian coast. The Euro tower is situated just 15 kilometers from Monaco and 30 kilometers from the Nice International Airport, the tower is very conveniently located for both local and international travel.
Highlights of The Mortola Tower include it is 500 square meters in size with 2 antique buildings, just a 10-minute walk to the wild beach at Cape Mortola, air conditioning and heating, and huge 10,000 square meter tropical gardens. Other features include a large area for animals, no direct neighbors, with the hill providing natural privacy. The tower is furnished with antique and contemporary pieces, it's in turnkey condition with vegetable and her gardens, 2,000 aloe plants for health and care, a bio-lake, outdoor gym, 2 barbecues, a pizza oven, 20 sunbeds, a tent pavilion, pergola, gazebo, and a large lawned area. The tower has a meditation room, treehouse, greenhouse, wifi, and emergency power unit.
It doesn't get much better than this stunning location with so much to see and do. You don't even have to leave the tower location and wait till you see the treehouse patio where you can lounge and relax while you look out at the stunning ocean view. The tower is beautiful inside and out, it's like nothing you've seen before.
Just 15 kilometers to one of the most exciting locations in the world, Monaco sits on the glamorous French Riviera and is known for being a small principality headed by the Prince of Monaco. The principality stretches for two square kilometers but what it might lack in size it makes up for in style. This is one of the most affluent locations in the world as well as being blessed with an abundance of nature.
Monaco is lined with blue seas, with a warm climate and perfect weather for the palm trees that dot the lanes and exotic flowers and lush vegetation galore. One of the best-known areas of the principality is The Rock or Le Rocher which is a large rocky bluff that is also the home of the main part of the city called Monaco-Ville. It is easily accessible from neighboring Nice in France, the place to come for glamor and glitz, and if you want to try your luck then you can spend some time in the casinos in the area.
One of the most popular things to do in Monaco is to visit the Palais du Prince. The palace sits high above Monaco and dates from the 13th century when it would have been a Genoese fortress. You can visit the palace when the Prince is not in residence, and an easy way to tell is to look for the flag in the main tower. If the flag is raised then it means that the Prince is at home. Some of the highlights of the palace include the gallery modeled in the Italianate style, as well as the Blue Room which is known for its blue and gold decorations.
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