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.

Although it has lost some of its original features, such as the pond, the area is still home to trees that were planted over a hundred years ago: the silver fir (Abies alba), the thorny locust tree (Gleditsia triacanthos), etc.