The gardens are great and trees are labelled which is ideal for all plant lovers. The vegetation is very varied too.
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As we flew into Malta, it was startling to see the landscape, consisting mainly of stone, so this little bit of green space in Attard was a welcome respite, especially from the oppressive heat of September and the crowds of people in Valletta. If you...More
My wife and I visited San Anton Gardens one Sunday whilst holidaying in Malta. We were surprised how busy it was with a mix of holidaymakers and Maltese families. Having visited other 'gardens' in Malta, such as Gordjola Gardens, and Buskett Gardens, which to us...More
Walked through these gardens which were lovely, stopped at the cafe and had a drink which was very reasonable. Would be good for kids as lots of playground area.
The garden was very overrated. The fountain wasn't working. The garden was bare apart from the trees. It smelt of cat crap and it was over run with stray cats.
Wow, beautiful gardens - even in mid January. Thoroughly enjoyed a slow wander throughout these gardens. Will definitely visit again.
it is a small, hidden green oasis in Malta, where you can hide away from the heat, noise and dust. It is very interesting it has explanation of all the species present and there are some birds relaxing there net to you :()
We visited San Anton Gardens in mid September. The gardens are shady, and there are peacocks strutting about and lots of ponds with ducks, swans...and in one pond....sunbathing terrapins! The gardens also have a dragon fountain which reminded us of "Game of Thrones" which was...More
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