Palace Roc Agel (Grimaldi), located at Mont Agel, in La Turbie, in Monaco and the first elephant arrived in 2013.
At Palace Roc Agel (Grimaldi) lives 1 elephants with records in this database: (detail list)
Roc Agel is a privately owned retreat in France, purchased by Prince Ranier II in 1957.
2013-07-13: Two circus elephants who were threatened with euthanasia in France, arrived in their new luxury home near the Cote d´Azur on Friday after being taken in by Princess Stephanie of Monaco, French media reported. The two pachyderms made the 500-kilometre road trip to the Monaco royal family´s estate in Roc Agel in two giant air-conditioned containers.
2020-10-02: Princess Stephanie of Monaco has spoken out against a ban on wild animals in circuses in France, claiming the creatures are treated like 'family' by their handlers. The Monaco royal, 55, who is the patron of the International Circus Festival of Monte-Carlo, told local paper Monaco Matin that circus animals are 'loved and spoiled', saying: 'We've come a long way since the stool and the whip.'