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The Historic Botanical Garden of La Concepcion is an English landscape garden with more than 150 years of history. Located at the northern entrance of the Spanish city of Malaga, it is one of the few gardens with subtropical climate plants that...more
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Visited in February and it was amazing. Would love to see it in summer when everything would be in bloom. Had a fabulous lunch at the Shangri-La Cafe located right on the premises. Was very surprised that this tent like restaurant served such delicious food.
The Jardin is a refreshing break from shopping, museums and the beach. It offers plenty of space to wander around and enjoy the planting as well as offering areas of special interest easily identified under the categories of historical garden or collections and routes. All...More
Well worth the 30 minute trip from the station and only 1.30 euro each way. Entrance was 3.50 euro each and very reasonable. Gardens are absolutely beautiful and a photographer's dream. Would definitely recommend and will be back on our next trip to Malaga. Food...More
Easy to get to by public transport if staying in Malaga. Just take no. 2 bus to end of the line and it is a short walk away. There are beautiful hiking trails to enjoy and a great place to spend a day.
We set sail from a local tourist bus for Euro 1.30 single which we picked up at the Central station and just adored the Gardens. A lot of water features and so much effort made by the owners to secure a range of specis. Amazing...More
The gardens are free on Sundays, so that's the time to go. Get 11am Malagatour bus from bus station direct there (the public bus is a bit of a walk from last stop). A lovely lush woodland area is the highlight, and there's also a...More
Even in January, this garden is worth visiting, though some of the paths were closed off, possibly due to maintenance work. There is a lovely small café in the grounds, with a reasonable selection of foods and drinks to sustain you.
Lots of interesting facts...More
Our third visit here - we did the forestal track, which was quite a climb but with great views, so much to see and so much beauty. In its heyday there was no motorway, with its associated noise, so it must have been an idylllic...More
In the middle of winter the garden was spectacular. Orange, lemon and satsuma trees full of fruits... Many kind of flowers... And there is a real jungle in the middle of the garden! It's quite far from the city center and it's about one kilometer(!)...More