Good place to have a stroll, play skateboard, bring your pets... Nice view, and along the coastal line is a the pebble stones. You can catch the dolphins and seals at the sea on certain seasons.
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A lovely area to walk along by the sea with something for everyone. Views are beautiful and walkway is very wide so it takes everone, walking, biking and on scooters with ease.
Marine Parade has gotten even better since I saw it last year - they've added a skate park and a massive playground. It really caters for all types of people - the beautiful views out to Cape Kidnappers, the Pania statue, lots of lovely landscaping...More
If the weather is nice, the marine parade is a great place to walk, stretch your legs, breather deeply, watch the world go by and look at some beautiful flowers. There is nothing to do per se, but enjoy being outside in nature.
This is a great place for a walk with the sea on one side and the art deco city of Napier on the other. The walkway goes forever down the coast with amazing views.
We had an after dinner walk and the promenade is well worth going to, as it caters for all ages, with not only lovely flower beds, superb public art but lots to do for people of all ages.
The upgrade of this area is amazing with the azure blue sea as a back drop sweet smelling sea air and super places to walk and play for young and old. Lovely walk ways scooter areas and skate boarding, all ages catered for. Yet there...More
Napier is on the sea and its downtown waterfront is a delight. It's a classic combination of gardens and paths for strolling and includes a music shell and plaza for outdoor events. It's got real style and is obviously popular with locals. We found it...More
With its arched colonnade and its pier with white lattice work, this is a great place to walk and take in the air. There are manicured flower beds and a sound shell and great views toward downtown Napier and out to the bay. You can...More
Lovely shoreline with walking and biking trails along Marine Parade Napier. Framed by Norfolk Pine trees, the emblem for this picturesque little city on NZ's east coast of the North Island