Mala beach was inaugurated in 1933 in memory of the dancer Mala who was the friend of the last Russian Tzar.
She liked to walk there with her famous lover during their secret stays at the villa Alam nearby.
In 1560, this magnificent little bay saw 700 provencal soldiers land and try to conquer the Rocher of Monaco (they failed !).
From Edmond's you can walk the way down along the way among the "Belle Epoque" villas (follow the arrows) down to the shady staircase where you will discover a breathtaking view: the most beautiful beach of the Côte d'Azur at the foot of the cliffs, the sea clear and tranparent, the view of Beaulieu and Cap Ferrat.
From Monaco you can follow the beautifully kept tourist path of the "customs guards", refresh yourself at the Cabanon, then continue your walk.
At the last turn of the path, you literally "fall" to a stop facing the ochre cliffs, the blue water below and the green pines whose shade promises a well-deserved reward.
As the utmost in luxury you can arrive from the sea with the taxi-boat from la Reserve.