Mon Repos is a former royal summer residence on the island of Corfu, Greece. It lies south of Corfu City in the forest of Palaeopolis. Since 2001, it has housed the Museum of Palaiopolis—Mon Repos .https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mon_Repos,_Corfu
Mon Repos is a former royal summer residence on the island of Corfu, Greece. It lies south of Corfu City in the forest of Palaeopolis. Since 2001, it has housed the Museum of Palaiopolis—Mon Repos .
Mon Repos is best known as the birthplace of HRH Prince Philip. Little remains from that time. Today it is a museum containing many historical artifacts found in the area. There is a timeline from ancient times to the present highlighting the importance of Corfu to trade. It is best visited with a small group.
The Mon Repos Turtle Centre is dedicated to marine turtle research, protection and education. Discover the details, the big picture and the people protecting these ancient mariners. Here you can learn about the special journey turtles and people have taken at Mon Repos and during turtle tour season, take a Turtle Encounters tour.
Home to the largest concentration of nesting Loggerhead turtles in the South Pacific, Mon Repos Turtle Centre (near Bundaberg in Queensland) is the most accessible turtle rookery on Australia's East Coast. Loggerheads are an endangered species and successful breeding here is vital to their survival.
Mon Repos Conservation Park map (PDF, 2.1MB) The park is a quiet retreat where you can walk along the beach on Mon Repos coastal track, take a bike ride, walk or run along the Turtle trail, explore rock pools and snorkel in the marine park on the fringing reef.
Mon Repos is a great place to simply spend some time in nature with friends and family, and it’s just 15min from Bundaberg. So, if you’re after some ‘green time’, grab your walking shoes and explore the great outdoors in this pint-sized conservation park.
Mon Repos Conservation Park is a quiet coastal oasis close to the city of Bundaberg. Here visitors can enjoy exploring the coastal environment along the beach, walking tracks and shared trail (for walkers and cyclists) and learn about marine turtle conservation.