This is a lovely place to spend a couple of hours away from the city and lovely to see lush greenery. Well kept and admission is free. Lots to see and a nice cool spot for young families and dog walkers too.
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The gardens are free to enter and walk around in, and are well maintained. Restrooms are inside which are also free to use, and upon our visit there was a small snack shop by the main gate selling drinks and snacks - which weren't too...More
A little advice to all the Tourists visiting our beautiful island, that is Malta. Going around visiting different cultural sites, museums and perhaps even shopping, well one then need a little break to rest or simply to relax no?! So what about visiting San Anton...More
A very peaceful garden with a central swans pond. Very clean and well kept, full of flowers and large trees. This garden leads to the President's Palace and also to the kitchen garden, where there is a playing area for kids and a Cafe'.
I'm sure the gardens are very pretty in other seasons, but in midsummer they looked dry and dusty. The dry earth needs mulch and more regular water. The various ponds are nice, particularly the tortoise pond, and the white and black swans. Worth a visit...More
It doesn't cost to get in and walking around the gardens is lovely. There are some trees with really unusual trunks and there are lots of birds including black swans ~ do visit, especially if you are staying at the Corinthia Palace as it is...More
The gardens were amazing to walk round & such lovely setting with all diff flowers, trees, ponds with fountains, ducks & birds in huge cages, lots of statues. There was plenty of shade & lots of places to sit & watch the world go by....More
It was build in the early 17th Century by the Knights of Malta and was their residence for several years. It is one of the most beautiful gardens in Malta with a large variety of beautiful flowers and plants. The garden has several walkways that...More