An educational day of discovery of the life of the seas, with a visit to a beautiful dolphinarium and to the most classic of oceanographic museums.
In the morning transfer to Antibes to visit Marineland, the biggest dolphinarium in Europe and one of the leading centers in the world for research on cetaceans. Here you can not fail to be fascinated by the shows that demonstrate the antics of orca whales, dolphins, walruses and sea lions trained by the center’s experts. It is a real feast of delights for everyone, especially for children!
In the afternoon transfer to Monte Carlo for a visit to the famous Oceanographic Museum. Opened in 1910 by its founder, Prince Albert I, this exceptional museum, dedicated to all marine sciences, houses many species of preserved marine animals and models of ships and equipment used by pioneers in the exploration of the oceans. On the lower level, the Aquarium offers visitors the fascinating spectacle of all kinds of fantastic marine flora and fauna. The rarest species of multicolored fish, from the most distant parts of the world, dart about in 90 tanks that are fed directly by seawater.