The Monaco City Hall took advantage of the winter to renovate the 18-hole mini-golf course nestled in the heart of the Princess Antoinette Park. Very popular with families and snaking between the olive trees of the park, the mini-golf reopened a few days ago.
Lasting three months, the work, carried out by the Communal Technical Services, consisted of the creation of a drainage network; the terracing of all the playgrounds (ie almost 50m3 of clay and draining sub-layer); the restoration of the draining sub-layer; the grooming as well as the repainting of the concreted parts.
The 18-hole mini-golf course, which occupies a surface area of 1,100 m² in the heart of the Princess Antoinette Park, required the setting up of 8 tons of clay.
At the same time, asphalt replacement has been carried out over the past few months at several places in the Princess Antoinette Park: in the large alley between the upper esplanade and the children’s games on the middle plate; in the alley between the children’s games of the middle board and the nursery as well as in the aisle of the upper entrance between the entrance gate and the esplanade.