Málaga Park, also known as Alameda Park

If, while in Málaga, what you want is to enjoy a quiet place surrounded by nature but without leaving the city, the Parque de la Alameda is the ideal place. The green lung of the city

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This subtropical botanical garden is one of the most beautiful spots you can visit in the city. In 1876, the great construction project of Málaga Park was designed to reclaim land from the sea and create this wonderful park of 30,000 m2 which has become the true heart of Málaga.
This is one of the main avenues of the city that features gardens on both sides, abundant subtropical vegetation, numerous monuments, statues, fountains and even a donkey in the shade. Ideal for walking and relaxing; undoubtedly, an escape from the bustle of the city.


Beautifull panoramic view over Alameda Park and port of Malaga city


Inside Alameda Park in Malaga city


Monuments in Málaga Park

Throughout the park are several monuments among which the nymph Pitcher, the Nymph Conch Shell, the Statue of Summer and Winter or Dame Goyescas, a work by Francisco Parra dedicated to goyescas ladies all are beautiful sculptures of the nineteenth century and the fountain of the Three Graces, a source of cast iron inspired by the Greco-Roman mythology, also the nineteenth century which is located at the end of Paseo del Parque next to Barrio de La Malagueta.

They are inspired to create the fountain of Gitanilla, located just over a kilometer of it, but this time dressed in traditional Andalusian costumes.


Beautifull esculpture of Dama Goyesca in Alameda Park, Malaga city© Elliott Brown




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