Parque de Málaga park
Delimitado por la Avenida Cervantes, el Paseo Príncipe de España, la Plaza de la Marina y la Plaza General Torrijos. s/n
29016 Málaga, Malaga (Andalusia)
This park is designed as a landscape, with curved lines that frame and define islands of different sizes, making you forget that you are in a rectangular space. Inside the park there are various attractive spots: different kiosks and stands, such as the bandstand; and several fountains, like the one in La Cascada garden, which is a beautiful Renaissance fountain commissioned by Charles V, called the Fountain of Swans or of Genoa. There are also numerous statues around the garden, many of them dedicated to illustrious figures from Malaga, such as painter Ferrándiz, poet Salvador Rueda, Narciso Díaz de Escovar, Rubén Darío and Arturo Reyes. There also used to be a statue of Cánovas del Castillo, but it was moved to the avenue of the same name. The existing vegetation perfectly complements this free and natural layout.