Finding Love in Monaco

Monaco is a famous principality in a beautiful part of the world. If you’re looking for a Jewish partner here, you’ll find a population of around 1,000. While that may not sound like a lot, quantity doesn’t always win the day.
Finding love on the French Riviera is a dream for a lot of people and we hope that yours can come true. We’ve chosen a few places below you may want to frequent in order to meet someone special you can spend your days with.
Despite being a small place, Monaco does have its own synagogue, so there’s always somewhere to go to feel a part of the local Jewish community.
Because of its size, there aren’t too many Jewish places to go looking for love in Monaco, so we’ll focus on some of the most romantic places to stop by.

Le Jardin Exotique
You’ll need good walking shoes to reach this place, but it’s well worth the effort. The gardens are distinctly American in their make-up with plenty of cacti you’ll want to avoid brushing against.
The views from here are remarkable though, so if you’re looking to woo someone or just check out a great spot for your next date, this is a calming and serene escape from the touristy hustle and bustle below.

People Watching at The Harbour
Everyone who’s new to Monaco likes to go to see the incredible yachts in the harbour. Here you’ll meet lots of tourists but also locals who have come for a relaxing stroll by the sea.
When dusk falls, you get a lovely vantage point from here up onto the hill where you can watch the casinos, restaurants and bars come to life with a glittering array of lights.

Monaco-Ville also known as The Rock has some delightful open air cafes and pleasant outdoor areas to enjoy. Whether you’re having a lunch break from work, meeting friends at the weekend or just want to mingle in the sunshine and see who you can chat to, there’s a more laid-back and relaxed ambience here than in the hubbub of the casinos for which Monte Carlo is famous.

Many Jewish people have come to Monaco and fallen in love with the lifestyle. However, at less than 0.8 square miles in size, you’re sure to meet members of the local Jewish community sooner rather than later.