Access to the newly opened Larvotto Beach complex just became a lot easier thanks to the introduction of a free electric shuttle service that will run all summer long.
Larvotto Beach is up and running again and to celebrate the grand reopening of the new seaside complex, the government and Compagnie des Autobus de Monaco (CAM) are offering minibus shuttle services on a 22-seat electric vehicle throughout the summer season.
The shuttle will follow a loop running along Avenue Princesse Grace connecting the Portier roundabout to the Monte-Carlo Bay roundabout, the usual routing of bus lines 5 and 6. The shuttle gives access to the beach from the nearby public car parks, namely, Grimaldi Forum car park, Testimonio car park and Portier car park.
The CAM service runs every 15 minutes daily from 10am to 7pm and is easily recognisable with bright yellow sides and “Plage Larvotto” emblazoned across the front.
Signs and panels located in car parks and at bus stops provide all the details and information users should need.
Prince Albert opens new Larvotto beach
Photo by Government Communication Department