Jardín de L'Albarda occupies an area of 50,000 m2 that recreates the old Valencian Renaissance gardens, which were strongly influenced by Arab culture. Symmetry and depth are two of their key characteristics and water fountains and features also play an essential role. Their design and management have made them a leading example of Mediterranean gardening. They are the best example of how, using native species and maintenance that takes lack of water resources into account, it is possible to create a garden with huge diversity, where you can soak up the beauty of our trees, flowers and plants in each and every season.
The gardens have a beauty that amazes visitors as soon as they step through the gate and walk along the main avenue. Bordered by cypress trees, it leads straight to the house, a lovely Palladian style villa covered with ivy and with stairways on both sides. They lead to a spacious terrace with spectacular views over the Montgó nature reserve. In front of the main façade is a large lake surrounded by beautifully trimmed trees, giving the whole scene a touch of harmony.