The "Mora i Bravard" Botanical Garden of Cacti and Succulent Plants has botanical families from different countries and continents. The visit to this garden is a horticultural experience where you can observe all kinds of cacti and succulent species. This garden arose from the hobby of a married couple living on Mallorca that ended up moving to Málaga as they were looking to an ideal climate for their plants. Since then, the number of species has increased until reaching 2,200 and opening the space for visits. The Botanical Garden has Nature and Cultural Heritage Site status. You can have an unbeatable visit to the garden with around 11,000 specimens of plants that belong to 25 botanical families.
- Recommended for families
- Located outside an urban area
- Inland area
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
How to get here
From the A-7 in Málaga, take the Guadalhorce motorway (A-357) to the junction with the road of Casarabonela. Then turn left to the A-354. After 11km and once past the junction to Alozaina, continue about 500m on the road MA-404 (A-7275) to reach the Garden, which is situated to the left of the road.
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