Plaza de la Constitución – also called the Plaza Vieja or Old Square. This 17th century arcaded square is really rather splendid. It is entered via narrow alleyways and in the centre are palm trees and a commemorative monument in remembrance of a group of liberals who lost their lives in a revolt in 1824.
- The jardín árabe comprises approximately, 6,500 m2 of palms, cypresses, fruit trees, herbs, flower beds and shrubs.
- The parque forestal is a place for walking and leisure. There are play areas for children together with a bike lane.
- The parque de rocas comprises sandstones, clay, gypsum, limestone, metamorphic and volcanic rock extracted from the quarries of Almería province. These rock gardens are distributed around the park.
- The parque botánico comprises three acres of plants representing the most rare species of Almería.
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