It is located to the north of the Royal Palace at Aranjuez. It was built by Philip II, and is a unique example of a Spanish Renaissance garden. It is laid out along a longitudinal axis comprising a variety of different squares dedicated to Hercules, Apollo, the Harpies, Bacchus, etc. They are all set amid strictly formal gardens bordered by box hedges. The garden’s design, together with its setting, make this a visit not to be missed for any garden lover.
Jardín de la Isla Garden
Plaza de Parejas s/n
28300 Aranjuez, Madrid (Madrid Region)