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Jardin Nazari

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Jamesh64 wrote a review Sep 2020
Aberdeen, United Kingdom245 contributions124 helpful votes
We phoned ahead to check the garden would be open on Wednesday morning at 11am. Yes it would be open . We arrived at 11 and the door was just being opened . 3 euros each . (There are discounts for seniors) This was a visit to a garden we have came to on every visit to this area and we were looking forward to our visit . The receptionist was so warm and friendly and welcomed us and explained about the garden . We were told to close our eyes as we entered through into the garden. The Jasmine perfume was rich and intense and we knew we were going to enjoy our visit . After almost 3 hours of strolling ,taking photographs and relaxing . The many water features were beautiful and the cascade on the hill with the delicate ferns was stunning . A lot of hard work goes into keeping this historic garden mainly by volunteers with a pride . We didn’t miss a bit of the garden and would recommend a visit . On our way out we were met by the lovely lady who issued our tickets and she presented each of us with a bunch of grapes freshly cut from the garden. We asked about the source of the water ( El Naciemto )for the garden and we were told the source was just above the village and we could walk there very easily. I’m glad we did !
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Date of experience: September 2020
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conradheartofdark wrote a review Aug 2019
Province of Granada, Spain18 contributions5 helpful votes
Though it's not an easy place to find this is a great little garden and cave system that exist thanks to 'El Nacimiento' - a spring source located higher up in the village. We have been here to visit just the garden as well as various art showings and it's always been a pleasure to walk around the grounds. When it's very hot outside it's even nicer to visit the damp caves that have been carved out of the cliff rocks by a constant erosion of water. You can imagine going back in time and discovering this place like a hidden paradise. If you've never been to the Alhambra then I would recommend visiting the Jardin Nazari first - you won't be disappointed!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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ThewanderingLoiner wrote a review Apr 2019
Malaga, Spain7,201 contributions208 helpful votes
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Unexpected in a lovely little villlage. Its well signposted and has the flags flying outside along with info boards. Nice to wander around for an hour or so. Closed on mondays and tuesdays
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Ian L wrote a review Mar 2018
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We followed the local signs but couldn't find it ,maybe it was shut ,or behind closed doors,there were some large green gates so maybe it was behind them ,they were locked .
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Sinead **** wrote a review Mar 2018
Dublin, Ireland284 contributions39 helpful votes
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 sit on the sun and enjoy some head space! Turn off you phone and really enjoy nature.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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