Discover the best top things to do in Province of Malaga, Spain including Scorched Earth Chilli Farm, Jardines de Puerta Oscura, Jardin Botanico Historico La Concepcion, Jardin Botanico Molino de Inca, Jardin De Forestier, Parque Torre Leonera, Jardines de Cuenca, Jardines de Pedro Luis Alonso, Parque La Muralla, English Cemetery at Malaga.
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5.0 based on 24 reviews
A hidden little gem, well worth a visit. Daniel was very knowledgable about all the plants and gave great advice on uses and care. The kids helped pick some fresh chillies to take home and loved it! Really homely environment and a great range of plants and sauces available to buy. Would highly recommend a visit!
4.5 based on 1,456 reviews
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 exist in Europe. It has more than fifty thousand plants, of two thousand tropical, subtropical and autochthonous species, highlighting the collection with more than a hundred different species of palms, bamboos, aquatic plants and its historic garden. Originally it was a recreational farm for a family of the upper middle class of the city since the middle of the 19th century.
Very interesting botanical garden, there is an old part of more than 100 years, with waterfalls and tree-covered paths, as well as a new part - cactus garden, observation post, garden with useful plants, etc. There is a coffee and toilets in the garden, and if you want to see it all, be prepared for ascents and descents.
4.5 based on 709 reviews
Just on the outskirts of Torremolinos. From outside it looks nothing but inside is absolutely delightful. For the 1 Euro entry fee you get to experience a most amazing gardens with fountains, fish ponds and waterfalls, aviaries with several species of birds including owls, a maze and Japanese garden plus much more. There is also a flour mill and museum. Definitely worth a couple of hours to visit.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
Well worth a visit. A hidden gem with lovely gardens. Perfect for a picnic and good for all ages. We attended a charity concert which was really great.
4.5 based on 96 reviews
From afar, we debated how we were going to get to Ronda's three famous bridges once we reached town: Puente Nuevo, Puente Viejo and Puente Romano (see my reviews of all three). Would we walk through Ronda, peeling off to see each bridge? Would we taxi to Puente Romano, then walk uphill, finishing with Puente Nuevo? Would we just ask a taxi to take us to each one? Standing at Mirador de Aldehuela (see my review "The OTHER Ronda mirador"), we arrived at the answer. What where those terraces across El Tajo Gorge, the ones with people clearly looking back at Puente Nuevo, the ones that seemed to go all the way down the gorge? That, my friends, is Jardines de Cuenca (Cuenca Gardens), your free gateway to all three bridges! (It wasn't mentioned in anything we had read.) A short walk along Calle Rosario and Calle Virgen de los Remedios brought me to the Calle Escolleras entrance of Cuenca Gardens. From there I walked down the 23 rose-covered terraces leading to the Calle Real entrance, near Puente Romano and the Arab Baths, stopping along the way for fantastic views of all three bridges, including an enchanting view of Puente Romano inside the arch of Puente Viejo. (Keep in mind, the gorge is spectacular in itself.) TIPS: * There's about an 80-foot drop from the Calle Escolleras entrance to the Calle Real entrance. I walked both ways with very little trouble, but admittedly was stopping frequently to soak in the views. Not for anyone who has trouble climbing or descending (my wife went back to the hotel), but not as hard as it looked to this 65-year-old man.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
The Jardines de Pedro Luis Alonso provide a quiet and restful spot near the eastern end of the harbour-side promenade. Well worth the extra few metres walk.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
The views are fantastic here. Can walk around to see from southwest to southeast in the valley below. Also small playground. And ancient wall tower to climb up to see the village Mijas Pueblo.
4.0 based on 128 reviews
The Cemetery, situated in the heart of the city of Malaga is the last resting place of many notable figures from the English, Spanish and Foreign Communities settled in or visiting Andalucia and particularly the Costa del Sol. The burials that have taken place over the years provide a unique historical record of the British and other Protestant Christian communities who have resided on the Costa del Sol since 1831.
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