Describing this paradise in one word is not an easy task. Enchanting is perhaps the word that best describes Monte’s Municipal Garden.
This garden has an area of 26 thousand m2 and is at an altitude of 550 meters, concentrating several exotic and indigenous species, as well as centennial trees.
Once the favourite holiday resort for aristocrats, it still brings back memories of former times through its flowers, its old trees, the streamlet and the cobbled paths.
Strolling through Monte Municipal Garden makes us think of the people that probably fell in love here, ladies with long dresses and umbrellas protecting them from the sun accompanied by gentlemen with walking sticks.
Nearby you can see the Our Lady of Monte Church and its impressive stairs. This is also the place where the exiled Emperor of Austria Charles I is buried.