A must is a visit to the little gardens on Komenio Street, which decorate the south facades on the Ondartza and Olaso towers.
Better known for the chapel of Santa Ana or for the preaching of St. Francis Borgia, the Errotalde garden is a 19th century creation that holds many surprises.
As its name suggests, this is more of a park than a garden, and is very popular with locals. Laid out in the early 20th century as the garden for the Laureaga Palace, it did not open to the public until the 1980s.
Like the one at Errekalde, this one was also laid out in the 19th century. Today it is split down the middle by a road, and you can no longer appreciate the expanse (two hectares) it used to cover.
Although it is small, it might well be the most popular.
This garden, the town’s finest, dates from the 19th century.
The Seminary’s present garden dates from the early 20th century, when it replaced the old English garden.