Monte Carlo and Aruba are two of the most famous casino destinations in the world, but they also provide travellers with the opportunity to enjoy stunning sailing experiences.
Both boast a wide range of venues worth visiting on land and sea, and both can genuinely be classed as being amongst the world’s most iconic places.
Here’s our guide to enjoying casinos and sailing around Monte Carlo and Aruba.
The jewel of the French Riviera
A haven for the rich and the famous, Monte Carlo is close to some of the best yachting marinas on the French Riviera.
Port Hercule is a historic port in Monaco and has welcomed yachts for hundreds of years to the deep waters of its natural bay, while Port Fontvieille is a modern port in the heart of the city.
Port de Menton Garavan, Port Municipal de Menton and Port du Cap d’Ail are also lovely places to visit during a sailing holiday.
At night Monte Carlo bursts into life, with its plethora of casino venues offering visitors the chance to win big.
Prepare for a night of roulette or blackjack at the Casino de Monte-Carlo by playing live casino online games or try out the Casino Cafe de Paris which offers a completely different ambience, with its colourful lightning themes creating numerous backdrops to enjoy.
Slot machines, poker, baccarat and craps are other games available across Monte Carlo, while many venues offer superb food and drink to help you unwind after a day out on the water.
A visit to Monte Carlo is an experience not to be missed and it’s one that will undoubtedly be on everyone’s wish-list.
Aruba – sun, sea, sand and casinos
Sailing trips and snorkeling tours on a sailing boat are amongst the most popular activities in Aruba.
Steady trade winds provide the perfect weather conditions for a sailing trip on a sailing boat or private catamaran to explore the Caribbean waters surrounding the island.
Take a scenic cruise to visit an authentic sunken shipwreck or venture off the beaten track to some of the more secluded places around the island.
Head back onto land in the evening to visit Aruba’s largest casino, the Stellaris at the Marriott on Palm Beach.
With around 30 tables, 500 slots and a vast array of bar and food options, the Stellaris is one of the finest casinos in the world.
Alhambra Casino, Riu Palace Aruba and Hilton Aruba are other notable venues on an island that everyone should try to visit at least once in their life.