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Not a very big garden but less is more as the saying goes. The different features and tilework are very attractive indeed, the tiles surrounding the pond are very pretty. Plenty of benches to sit and admire everything in this well laid out garden. Easily...More
This park is named for Pedro Luis Alonso Fernández, a Spanish doctor, epidemiologist and researcher, known for his work on malaria.
The park is located on the eastern part of the city, just opposite Parque de Malaga and adjacent to the city hall. It's a...More
Sited just where the footpath to and from the Gibalfaro castle begins - or ends - this charming little garden can be appreciated most fully from above. From the Gibalfaro footpath in fact.
When you come to ground level and enter the garden, its tiny...More
If you cross the road towards the park area from Pompidou Centre, then across the busy intersection with Fuenta de las Tres Garcias (fountain) on middle of roundabout then you’ll end up in this small pleasant park (see my pic for location), with duck pond,...More
This small garden is located next to the city hall. It's clean and good maintained. This place is full of orange trees and a part of it is a rose garden. There is enough park benches where you can sit under the orange trees.
We spent quite a bit of time just sitting in here on different days, sometimes as a 'just sit in the shade for a few minutes', on other days, we just sat & watched the passers-by.
The trees have oranges growing on them at the...More
Jardines de Pedro Luis Alonso is located in front of Malaga Town Hall. Behind the garden is the Mount Gibralfaro which houses Alcazaba on its lower (western) side and Castillo de Gibralfaro on it highest point towards the east. This is a small but a...More