Jardi Botanic de Cap Roig, Calella de Palafrugell

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web
Built in 1927 by Colonel Woevodsky and Dorothy Webster, Jardi Botanic de Cap Roig is a lovers’ paradise that has a must-see reputation in the town. These gardens are a collection of tropical flowers, plants, and birds that thrive in the area's mild climate, growing on terraces that begin at a castle and run all the way to the sea. You'll have myriad walks to choose from that lead you through a Cactus Garden or a Spring Garden, on a Geranium Walk, or past palms and sculptures. Put Jardi Botanic de Cap Roig on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Calella de Palafrugell trip itinerary planner.
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  • Jardi Botanic de Cap Roig sits on the hill top overlooking the sea with excellent views of Calella de Palafrugell. Very well laid out over 17 hectares with lots of meandering paths. Several sculptures...  read more »
  • Beautiful, well-kept garden (the amount of the entry really is little expensive in terms of the work done in the garden) with sublime views of the sea and the bays of Calella and Llafranc. It's a real chance that such a place is open to the public! Do absolutely and several times a year to enjoy the changing seasons only small downside: he sometimes lacks an indication of name of plants here or there... nothing serious easy access by car (parking) or to do a little walk, by the trail by sea from Calella (GR red/white)
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  • Huge collection of plants in a location that better go on a cloudy day. I went after the concert so it still had facilities and accessories (cables, stereos and others) without being picked up, and in addition there was an area that could not be accessed by collapse or similar. Pity that the castle may not be visited.
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