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This is another beautiful well maintained garden in Cadiz you are liable to stumble across while walking around Cadiz.
Amazing trees with beautiful fountains and pools well worth seeking out and spending some relaxing time here.
Very highly recommended
We were stunned to see these gigantic Australian fig trees - either the Port Jackson or Moreton Bay variety. We understand they were gifted and brought back and planted, this being a very long time ago. Based on similar ones in Australia, they look to...More
We do love a nice garden and this one is small but perfect. Beautiful classic design with lovely paving, well planted borders and pergolas. Some amazing trees too! The colourful tiled benches are beautiful. We sat and ate our lunch on one of these. A...More
We walked in this park during the night: we admired both the 100+ year old figs from Australia, and the long way with shaped-trees on the sides.
Have a walk here after a warm day, and you'll definitely feel better and refreshed.
Do not forget...More
Walking round the perimeter of the city, by the sea, the Alameda Apodaca,presents another interesting section. The ancient plane trees dominate, the chequer-tiled walkways, seemingly protecting the various statues of sons and friends of the city through its history.
Walking through the Alemeda park, we found nice big trees , wished we had known their names, nice benches that the sides are sculpted and painted in blue. You can also find orange trees. There is also numerous historical statues of people that made an...More