A beautiful Latin garden with Hispano-Arabic and French influences, arranged in geometric lines, including a rose garden with over 75 varieties of roses.
Located on the east side of the City and covering an area of 6,500 square metres, these Latin-styled gardens boast a variety of Hispanic, Muslim and French features. Here you'll find beds with low hedges to provide colour and symmetry, orange trees for shade, colour and aroma and ponds which provide contrasting sounds and a cooling sensation.
One of the highlights of the garden is the rose garden, which houses 75 different varieties of roses. The garden's design, by architect Guerrero Stachan, harmonises with the walls of the Alcazaba and Gibralfaro and with the City Council building. There are few places in Málaga which show as clearly the relationship between architectecture and botanism, so make sure to pay a visit to these stunning gardens!
Gardens of Pedro Luis Alonso
1 Calle Roma, 29016, Málaga
24 hours a day