La Concepcion historical gardens

The gardens origins go way back with the combining of several estates. It became very popular in the 1800's for it's beauty and archaeological remains. In 1990 Malaga council purchased the property and opened it to the general public. This is a great place to visit the paths around the gardens are amazing. There is a restaurant / cafe in the gardens and a visit is recommended. Next to the gardens is the embalse de limonera (Lemon tree reservior). Its a short walk up hill but not only looks down on the gardens but also fantastic views of Malaga. 

 

 

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Getting there

 

 

By Car Take the A45 from Malaga towards Antequera and exit juntion 140 and follow the signs.

 

By Bus The hop on hop off Malaga tourist bus stops at the garden.

 

By Train There is no train.

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Parking

There is plenty of free parking at the reservoir and the gardens

Opening hours & prices 

From 1st April to 30th September: 9:30-19:30

From 1st October to 31st March: 9:30-16:30

24th & 31st December: 9:30-15:00

Closed on Mondays, 25th December & 1st January

 

Admission €5:20

under 6 free

Address

Camino del Jardin Botanico, nº 3 - 29014 Malaga

 

There is limited disabled access.

 

The gardens are dog friendly 

 

Guided tours around the gardens click here.

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