Carmen de los Mártires

Carmen de los Mártires
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Carmen de los Mártires is a 19th-century construction made up of a palace building and vast gardens; a French Baroque garden with a large pond, which has a statue of Neptune in the centre and is surrounded by other statues that symbolise the four seasons; an English-style garden, the Palmeras Garden, with a three-tier fountain and irregular squares of hedge and with palm trees; the Spanish Garden, removed in 1960; the Paisajista Garden; the Lake - an irrigation pond that the vegetation tries to hide, making it look like a real lake, surrounded by two islets - the smallest for ducks and swans, the largest is a garden with hedges and a stone jetty with fake medieval ruins; the Nasrid Patio, built in 1944, which imitates the typical elements of Nasrid gardens; the wood-maze that served to join up the gardens.

Free

From April 1 to October 14: From Monday to Friday from 10:00 am. to 14:00 pm. and 18:00 pm. to 20:00 pm. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 10:00 am. to 20:00 pm. From October 15 to March 31: From Monday to Friday from 10:00 am. to 14:00 pm. and 16:00 pm. to 18:00 pm. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 10:00 am. to 18:00 pm.

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Monuments
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Carmen de los Mártires
Paseo de los Mártires, s/n, 18009

Services and infrastructure

  • Conference rooms
Meeting rooms
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Target audiences
Couples, Lgbti, Professional, Seniors, Friends, For families, deal, young people, I travel alone
Segments
Culture
Specialties
Palace (Monuments), Parks and Gardens (Other Visits)
Open to visitors
Yes