While walking the old city we stumbled this garden... It is soooo charming. If you like Mediterranean you'll love tihs place! There isa little, well fitted, cafe so you can enjoy your drink and all the wonderful tipical mediteranean herbs and the whole atmosphere of the place.
Medieval Mediteranean Garden of St Lawrence Monastery (MMG) in Šibenik was restored and opened on 6th November 2007 after being forgotten about for a hundred years. MMG is an integral part of the St Lawrence Monastery. This particular type of garden is notably rare, as it is the only one of its kind in Croatia, and there a vey few in this part of Europe. MMG follows an established medieval design: a cross design for a pathway, small centrally located water feature, with low growing varieties framed by boxtree and beautiful spectacular old varieties aromatic rose standards. There are four sections filled with medicinal plants and herbs. A special place has been assigned for our assortment of thyme in a wonderful array of red, purple, silver, light and dark green foliage. The sensational combination of colours is a true work of art. Another notable attraction in the garden are the capers.