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The park is on the other side of the Royal Palace. It has stunning views onto the palace. The best part about this park is that it is very quiet. Lots of shady pathways to take and good photo opportunities.
Our guide dropped us off at this beautiful park and we spent another 2 hours admiring the beauty. Even though it was early March, the park was beautifully manicured and there were lots of trees, flower beds, statues for photos.
These gardens are big but you are only allowed to access them through one gate even though there are three gates, so you end up walking a long way just to find the entrance. Still, you do get a great view of the palace from...More
This garden on the west side of Royal Palace. This garden is huge and spacious. Yet it is very quiet and peaceful, only a few visitors around. Best place to take a photo is at the fountain with a central lovely statue surrounded by flowers,...More
The entrance to these gardens are very difficult to find, there is only one way in and the same way out. At the entrance is the best photo looking up to the Royal Palace. The rest was scruffy with a lot of weeds, they did...More
This place is very quiet, you could spend time walking or watching flowers and ducks.
Belongs to Patrimonio Nacional and it is an historic garden.
The name came from an event with moorishs, but it is not related with his design.
Important to say, there...More
Yes, there a good view up towards the Royal Palace, yes it is peaceful and a place for a stroll, but the overall impression is one of neglect. It could be spectacular but it isn’t. Access is difficult and time consuming. If you want a...More
You enter these gardens via Paseo Virgen del Puerto. I was expecting to see Moorish style gardens but I could have been walking into an English garden. Even more confusing, I read that they were designed to resemble the gardens at the Palace of Versailles....More
From the palace, you have to walk down Cuesta San Vicente, as if you were going to the Principe Pio Station. Turn left onto the street Paseo de la Virgen del Puerto. Not far, on your left is the entrance to the Moorish... More
From the palace, you have to walk down Cuesta San Vicente, as if you were going to the Principe Pio Station. Turn left onto the street Paseo de la Virgen del Puerto. Not far, on your left is the entrance to the Moorish Garden. Hope this helps