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A particular highlight is the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco. This incredibly kid-friendly museum offers aquariums, a turtle island, fascinating exhibitions, a restaurant and a shop.
Parc Pheonix, with 7 hectares of exotic gardens, tropical glass houses, lots of animals and birds, perfect picnic spots and a café.
The short ferry-ride from Cannes to the island of Sainte Marguerite is a lovely expedition for the children. This island has an interesting history, and a lovely little beach.
Biot / Antibes: Aquasplash water park, Marineland, a permanent fair and a crazy gold course all next to each other. A while day to entertain the kids on the Cote D’Azur. a small farm for younger children.
Younger children would love a visit to the wooded play park Les Bois des Lutins, between Cannes and Nice.
Valbonne is a fantastic place to take the kids for an evening meal, as all the restaurants are situated in a pretty enclosed square which is often entertained by musicians and magicians in the summer months.
Just north of Antibes in Villenueve-Loubet is the wonderful fairyland outdoor play park suitable for small children and upwards, called Les Bois de Lutins. The kids can spend hours playing in the tree-houses, slides, nets, hammocks and trampolines that are all safe and easily viewable.
Luna Amusement Park, Nice
With its year-round sunshine, beaches, opulent town and fantastic location on the French Riviera, Nice is a popular holiday destination at any time of the year. And, if you’re visiting out of season, there’s no need to worry about the children, for Nice’s Luna amusement Park is open all year-round. Come rain or shine, it’s perfect to visit as a huge number of the rides are under cover in a huge heated building. From dodgems and roundabouts to thrilling adult rides, this inside-out funfair, with 130 stalls and rides really is entertainment for the whole family. Located at the Palais des Expositions, it’s a little out of town, but the trip is more than worth it. Open from 14:00 – 23:00 and later on Saturdays, you could spend many hours here, and if you buy a multi-attraction card, the benefits are great. Tired out from all the fun, why not head back into the centre and taks a calming strol along the famous Promeande des Anglais or sit at a café or restaurant watching the world go by. The dining options here are quite outstanding, so take your time to choose.