Jardín Micológico La Trufa

Jardín Micológico La Trufa, Priego de Cordoba: Address, Phone Number, Jardín Micológico La Trufa Reviews: 4/5

Jardín Micológico La Trufa

Jardín Micológico La Trufa
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Mark P
Wynnewood, PA351 contributions
Unusual Gem
Oct 2018 • Couples
We saw a brochure for this and asked about it at the tourist information office while staying in nearby Priego de Cordoba. It is a bit off the beaten track, so not crowded. It exceeded our expectations in every way except the lack of information and displays translated into English. If you thought you knew all about fungi or knew as much as was worth knowing, this botanical garden and museum will change your mind. Inside there are extensive displays about all kinds of fungi, some pretty exotic looking, and their nutritional and medicinal properties. Outside there is a network of trails to walk. They were very pleasant even where there were no mushrooms growing. This is an unusual, low-key place that is well worth the effort to find for a relaxing time away from big city crowds.
Written October 25, 2018
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j l
Zurich, Switzerland10 contributions
Well done garden but few mushrooms in April
Apr 2015 • Family
We found four mushrooms in the outside garden.
My son said: we give them four on ten for the mushrooms, plus one point for the effort. And I understand him wanting to be generous because all is very well done, and the garden is nicely designed. Probably April is not the best month for mushrooms in Spain.
Written May 9, 2015
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desconocidoeneuropa
Gibraltar28 contributions
The most atmospheric gardens in Andalucia (outside the famous cities)
Nov 2013 • Friends
These Micological Gardens (like Botanical Gardens but with fungi instead of plants) are a joy to walk round. It has different sections dominated by different ecologies: oak trees, cork trees, pine trees etc. which provides habitats for different species. The landscaping is superb.

It also has a good museum attached.
Written March 28, 2014
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