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Residents’ Club organising two exciting events in September

Residents’ Club organising two exciting events in September

By Staff Writer - July 23, 2018

CREM, the Foreign Residents’ Club of Monaco, has two events in September for which there are still places available. On Thursday, September 6, the Club is organising ‘Discovery Day of the Mediterranean Lands,’ which includes a private tour of the Domaine de la Source Bellet, on the heights of Nice, with wine and olive tasting.

Lunch is on the Port of Nice, followed by a private tour of the Florian candy store and its secret recipes.


The cost is 150 euros for members and 175 euros for non-members. Departure is at 08:30, with a return to Monaco at about 17:00.

On Saturday, September 15, an exciting sea excursion on board the Narwhal will take members and guests to the Pelagos Sanctuary, a protected marine area of 87,500 kilometres, to watch the whales. Breakfast and lunch will be taken on board, with a start at 08:00 and a return at about 14:00 to the Port of Monaco. The cost is a very reasonable 120 euros for members and 150 euros for non-members. Places are limited.

For both events, please reserve through the member area at, or by emailing or calling +377 97 98 01 77.

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