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The gardens are such a hidden gem. They are very quiet and peaceful. Beautiful cypress trees, waterfall and caves. I’m sure in summer the gardens are full
of colour and more stunning. The gardens are small but well worth the €3 entrance fee. Lovely to...More
Don't expect there to rival the Alhambra but combined with a visit to the town you get chance to experience the real Spain ( yuk!). It's quite low key with limited opening times but you are likely to be greeted by friendly young ladies on...More
The siesta is usually the reason that we couldn't visit a place that we wanted to visit, for example this garden. When we're arrived at this place, it's just about to close so we couldn't go inside. Well, we we took a little walk in...More
Once the entrance is found in the little lanes of the town a delightful garden is presented. Very much welcomed by the receptionist, we ambled around the garden following the excellent map. A surprise were the caves underneath, well worth the steps down and up....More
By luck, the garden was open for the week we were here, for Easter, and it really is a beautiful, peaceful place. We were given a handful of freshly picked strawberries by the gardener, which were delicious! Easy to spend hours just sitting and thinking,...More
Spend some time in the garden considered to be second only to the Alhambra Generalife. Experience the peace and quiet, the history and the beauty. Learn how the Moors lived and used their garden to appeal to the five senses .
The visit to the Garden Nazari is a real pleasure. It is an exquisite medieval garden, very similar to Generalife but still not well known.
If traveling through the province, do not hesitate to discover this undiscovered gem.
It is a very relaxing, interesting and...More