Molino de Inca Botanical Garden

Molino de Inca Botanical Garden

Address: Camino de los Pinares, 29620 Torremolinos, Málaga, Spain

Reviews

Chris Regan
4.5
Chris Regan

Great little gardens. Well looked after and full of history. Little museum as well. Plenty to see. Only a short walk from the market, just passed the water and crocodile parks. Highly recommend

Ollie Morton
4.5
Ollie Morton

One of the best botanical gardens in Spain. If you're in the area this is a must see. At just €3 it's more than worth it as it'll take a good 90 minutes to see the whole place. It is immaculately kept with all flower beds and hedges in perfect condition all year round. There's a really fun maze in the centre of the garden as well as numerous birds including owls, houses throughout the gardens. There's also an immaculate Japanese Friendship Garden in the North corner which has a pond full of terrapins and fish as well as a zen garden. There's also a pump house which all of the water features feed into before being blasted out into the fountains at the south side of the garden. Highly recommended.

Malcolm
4.5
Malcolm

We visited in December by train from Malaga. It's tricky to get to on foot. There is no signage from the train station and no pavements for the last half a mile. The maze is NOT a maze. You can walk easily to the centre. There are lots of birds on display in very small cages. Wasn't expecting that and wasn't comfortable with it. There's no English signage. There is some nice planting and very good water features. They mask the sounds from the busy motorway running alongside the gardens with the sound of constant running water. Cleverly done. No cafe unfortunately.

Rosi Andersen
4.5
Rosi Andersen

I loved the place, tickets was 3€ p/p. It's a must. Beautiful gardens, only the palms were poor but maybe because it's December Min point there aren't direct public transportation to the place, so get comfortable shoes for to walk from the closets bus station if u don't have auto.

Eugenie E
4.5
Eugenie E

Really lovely little place. At 3€ you get to get away from the crowds, enjoy a the beauty and tranquility of Japanese Bonsai Trees, palm trees, orange trees and a beautiful lake. My 4 year old had lots of fun watching the owls, parrots and turtles. The visit was rounded up by a little interactive museum, where lots of buttons can be pressed!)

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