Gardens in Malta
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Offering a magnificent view of the Grand Harbour and the south of the island, the Lower Barrakka Gardens are commonly busy with tourists and locals looking to appreciate the beautiful views. Read More
The Upper Barrakka Gardens too boast a stupendous view and are lined with several statues and monuments to mark various happenings in Malta’s rich history. Read More
Argotti Botanical Gardens Gardens
The gardens provide a rich collection of trees and shrubs from oaks to oleanders and potted plants, especially cacti. The gardens hold a variety of water features – fountains, ponds and water towers.
The private section has a number of both indigenous and foreign plants.
Buskett Gardens Gardens
Heavily wooded with native, hardy species such as Mediterranean pines. The gardens hold vineyards, orangeries, olive and lemon groves. There are also pathways lined with ivy-clad stone walls and wilder woodland that allows for nature walks and exploration.
Elysium Visitor Centre & Tree Nursery Gardens
Tel: +356 2158 4473 | Centre Għajn, Tuffieha Road, Mellieha, Malta.
In the Visitor Centre, one can find a tree nursery specialized in indigenous Maltese plants as well as an organic and fair trade shop offering fair trade, organic and traditional Maltese products from local farmers. Visitors have the possibility to adopt their own tree.
Gardjola Gardens Gardens
The gardens hold the panoramic view that includes Valletta, the entrance to the Grand Harbour and Fort St. Angelo. The sentry box placed on the tip of the bastion,epitomises the role of the fortifications, one can find here sculptured various symbols of watchfulness and Latin inscriptions.
Hastings is a small but impressive public garden set on top of the Valletta Bastions. Marvellous views of the Marsamxett Harbour and Sliema are frequently admired in the beautiful surroundings of Hastings adorned with shrubs and flowers.
Howard Gardens Gardens
Howard Gardens are one of the biggest public gardens in Malta, forming a natural border between Rabat and Mdina. Today, at one end of the garden is a very popular site-seeing spot and the garden includes, amongst other things, an orange garden, a football (soccer) ground and a tennis court.
Majjistral Nature and History Park Gardens
Various features of cultural interest lie within the boundaries of the Park including, long rubble walls (dry stone walls),natural caves, and numerous stone huts (giren) and more. Of particular interest is a rare corbelled hut constructed in a square shape.
Palazzo Parisio Gardens
Tel: +356 2141 2461 | Victory Square, Naxxar, Malta.
This magnificent Palace with its beautiful surrounding gardens has been my family’s home since the middle of the 19th century, when it was acquired from the Parisio family by my great grandfather the Marquis Giuseppe Scicluna. It was he who enriched it with great style and opulence – turning...
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