Family and Kids in Menton

  1. Visit to experience unparalleled fun for kids
    The Russian Orthodox Church

    Family and Kids

    The Russian Orthodox Church of Menton is dedicated to Our Lady of Consolation and St. Nicholas, the Wonderwork. The church was built in 1892 with canonical unity of the 17th century designed by Hans-Georg Tersling and reflects Russian architecture. It was built as a place of worship for Russian settlers in the late 19th century funded by Grand Duchess Anastasia of Russia, the Czaina. The Russia...Read more
  2. A place for children with all kinds of interests
    Jardin De La Villa Maria Serena

    Garden

    Garden of the Villa Maria Serena is Menton’s ‘Heavenly garden’ located close the Italian border. It is considered as the most temperate garden in France and the place was built in 1886 by the heirs of Foucher de Menton Carei as per the design of Charles Garnier. It is named after the Tree of Melaleuca alternifolia which is translated to Maria Serena. The eclectic villa an...Read more
  3. A guaranteed fun space for the kids
    Villa Maria Serena

    Family and Kids

    One of the jewels of the Menton architecture and decor is Villa Maria Serena. It was built in the year 1880 by Charles Garnier. The villa was occupied in 1886 for the first time by the family of Ferdinand de Lesseps. Henry Koenig was the last official owner of the villa before he donated it to Menton city in 1947. Since then, the villa has hosted world-famous celebrities who visited Menton. The...Read more
  4. Amazing Menton attraction for kids
    Cimetiere Du Trabuquet

    Family and Kids

    Cimetiere du Trabuquet is a quaint cemetery over the higher lands of Garavan. The graves are lined with brick mortars and styled in classical English style. The site is a vantage point for artists, journalists and landscape photographers. It gives a stunning view of the vast sea expanse on one side and numerous memorial statues of cemetery on the other. One of the most laid back places in Mento...Read more
  5. Can keep your kids busy for days
    Monastery Of The Annunciation

    Family and Kids

    Experience the mysticism of eleventh century in The Monastery of the Annunciation. It is an antiquated abbey built on a hummock overlooking Old town of Menton at a height of 233 metres. The monastery was built in 1502 and was the centre of the old town of Podium Pini. The building can be accessed by taking a flight of 464 Provencal tiled steps called the ‘Oratory route of Rosary...Read more
  6. Perfect for kids day out in Menton
    Halles Market

    Family and Kids

    Menton is a paradise for shoppers and art collectors. Halles Market is one of the most popular market streets in the Riviera. It was built in 1898 by Adrien Rey using polychrome blocks and ceramics. With its series of shops that sell local produce, Halles Market also doubles up as an eclectic picnic spot. The market street borders the sea line and the Campanin gardens. Halles Market in Menton i...Read more
  7. Fun place to go for kids
    La Citronneraie

    Garden

    Nestled in Menton’s sub-tropical climate, La Citronneraie is a popular cultural heritage estate. It is situated at a height of 120 metres on the hillside of “Annonciade”. It has been laid out in a south-east direction to ensure maximum exposure to the morning sun. The estate has exotic orchards of golden hued citrus fruits in addition to some tropical and sub-tropical vegetati...Read more
  8. A cool place to see with kids
    Mirazur

    Family and Kids

    If you ever been to Menton, visit the world’s 4th rated restaurant Mirazur once for enjoying a delicious meal. It is run by the famous chef Mauro Colagreco who uses his self-reliant skills to maintain the Italian-Argentinian culinary heritage that helps this restaurant to reach to this paramount. As the restaurant comprises of a lounge bar, veranda and garden-terrace you can organize priv...Read more
  9. A fantastic place for refreshing break for children
    Maria Serena Garden Image
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    Botanical Garden

    Maria Serena Garden is a botanical garden which surrounds the villa Maria Serena. This natural garden was decorated in 1880 by Charles Garnier. This 1.5 hectares of garden contains many subtropical and tropical plants which include cycad, Dracaena and palm tree. As many temperate plants are also found here, it is recognized as the most popular temperate garden in the country. Standing at a scen...Read more