Arab Garden

Plazuela de Los Lasso de la Vega · Apeadero · Patio de Columnas · Pool

The Arab Garden was designed by the renowned spanish landscape architect Maria Medina Muro (Sevilla, 1945) in 1991.

Measuring 8 x 7 m, it is formed by four symmetrical parterres with box and albero pathways making a cross with an octoganal tiled fountain in the center. In the parterres there are a large and ancient sour-orange tree, a 20m-tall washingtonia robusta palm tree, a banana tree, and an hibiscus plant.

The Arab Garden looks onto the Loggia and the Pool on one side, and the Library on the other.
Only rooms 4 and 5 have a view of the garden.

The Arab Garden is specially enjoyable throughout the spring and autumn and at night in the summer.