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L'Albarda Garden

Carrer del Baix Vinalopo, 8 | Urb.Muntanya de La sella, 03750 Pedreguer, Spain
+34 963 52 30 99
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A surprise

This is a delightful oasis of calm and beauty right in the middle of an urbanisation. Quite... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Visiting on a whim

We turned up at 12.30 on a Sunday, not realising that there was a concert in full swing, no one at... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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The Garden of l'Albarda is a project of Fundem, created to raise awareness about the importance of the use of native species in gardening and the sustainable use of resources. It is a demonstrative Renaissance garden, 50,000 m2 in the municipality of Pedreguer, Alicante. In addition to its great biodiversity of flora, you can find architectural examples of great beauty, works in metal and ceramics that remind us of the Arab influence. The garden of l'Albarda is an example to follow in the implantation or restoration of Mediterranean gardens, contributing to conserve the great biodiversity of our community in the most sustainable way. The garden is open every day and there are many activities: guided tours, environmental education, concerts, celebrations...
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Carrer del Baix Vinalopo, 8 | Urb.Muntanya de La sella, 03750 Pedreguer, Spain
+34 963 52 30 99
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Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a delightful oasis of calm and beauty right in the middle of an urbanisation. Quite extrodinary. I would recommend a visit to anyone in the area.

Thank Rhosneigr10
Reviewed 1 week ago

We turned up at 12.30 on a Sunday, not realising that there was a concert in full swing, no one at entrance, no indication that this was a 'private venue' for concert goers only.So we walked around areas away from outdoor concert, visiting on a...More

Thank kathray2015
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Peaceful and tranquil gardens made for strolling and exploring. The staff were welcoming and friendly and we could see the gardens being well maintained.

Thank tonybrodrick
Reviewed August 31, 2017 via mobile

Very Peaceful, lovely kept gardens, plenty to see, loads of paths in woods etc with interesting pools and a waterfall. Found it easy, just pinpointed on satnav with location and took us straight there. Well worth the visit, an oasis on the edge of an...More

Thank mbipswich
Reviewed July 11, 2017

L’Albarda belongs to FUNDEM, foundation for the conservation of Mediterranean flora and fauna. Once you get to its location (no easy task) you'll be in an oasis of calm. Following a route through the gardens you'll be delighted at every turn. Finally, to finish the...More

Thank Brian_StNeots
Reviewed July 1, 2017

These gardens are a well kept secret but are a must for anyone who loves gardens, plants and garden design. There are lovely shady walkways and arbours and beautiful formal and informal garden areas. It is full of great design ideas and a myriad of...More

Thank Skiersanon
Reviewed June 26, 2017

These are fabulous mediterranean gardens on an urbanisacion . they are owned by a charity and the people working there are most helpful and well informed. The villa and pool area are like a film set, so peaceful and beautiful. Definitely a must see!

Thank shelagh187054
Reviewed June 1, 2017

I have spent many holidays in this region and some of them have been less than 5km from this stunning attraction when I am lucky enough to be able to stay amid the peace and quiet of this lovely countryside in a friends accomodation. One...More

Thank MichaelH551673
Reviewed May 30, 2017

The gardens are superb, only €5 entrance and given a map so you don't miss anything. Lovely distant views in places, a superb summer house and lovely plants, a true oasis.

Thank Mike B
Reviewed May 23, 2017

Probably one of the most beautiful gardens you will ever visit. Located at the edge of La Sella urbanisation,but little advertised, it really is a hidden gem.

Thank SeistakeyUKfan
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May 15, 2016|
Response from Kennglobus |
No need to be a member to visit
April 3, 2016|
Response from Kennglobus |
No, there is an abundance of wildlife in nature there, like Squirrels, birds, etc... Dogs would be a problem...
January 13, 2015|
Response from Javier T |
Yes, every day 10:00h - 14:00h.
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