Jardin botanique funchal

jardin botanique funchal

Why visit the Botanical Gardens in Funchal?

The “Jardim Botânico” (Botanical Gardens) in Funchal displays over two thousand exotic plants both endemic and from all over the world such as Orchids, Magnolias, Azaleas, Palms, Ferns and Cacti. Although a botanical garden is a beautiful place that exposes colour and fragrance, it is also a place of science and culture.

When was the garden at Funchal built?

The garden was laid out in 1881 and moved to its present site in 1960. The garden is on a steep slope and there are excellent views over the Bay of Funchal from the garden. Opening times All year. Daily except Christmas.

What to do in Funchal?

There are two botanical gardens in Funchal. The other one is beautiful, tranquil and shady. The other one is easy to get to, and has plenty of toilets and catering.

Is the Madeira Botanical Garden worth visiting?

Good gardens to visit to see the plants that are indigenous to Madeira and lovely centre showpiece with plants spelling out Madeira and the years the garden has been established. However, having already visited the beautiful gardens at Monte Park this one cant compare. Not as interesting, colourful or as big.

Why visit the Botanical Gardens of Madeira?

A visit to the Botanical gardens provides visitors with the names and origins of the splendid variety of exotic flowers, vegetables, herbs and other useful plants found on Madeira. Suggest edits to improve what we show. Explore different ways to experience this place. What is Travelers’ Choice?

Where is the Funchal botanical garden?

Located 3 km from the centre of Funchal, at Quinta do Bom Sucesso – a private Quinta belonging to the Reid’s family – where the climate conditions are much in favour of exuberant vegetation. With about 35,000 m 2, the Botanical Garden boasts harmonious forms, contrasting colours and more than 2000 exotic plants.

What to do in Funchal?

There are two botanical gardens in Funchal. The other one is beautiful, tranquil and shady. The other one is easy to get to, and has plenty of toilets and catering.

Why visit the Botanical Gardens?

A visit to the Botanical gardens provides visitors with the names and origins of the splendid variety of exotic flowers, vegetables, herbs and other useful plants found on Madeira. Suggest edits to improve what we show.

What to do in Funchal with kids?

The most popular things to do in Funchal with kids according to Tripadvisor travelers are: Telefericos da Madeira. Up Mountain Madeira. Pearl of the Atlantic Madeira. Madeira Sidecar Tours. Safari Madeira Island.

What is Funchal famous for?

Funchal is the capital of Madeira which is a Portuguese island in the Atlantic Ocean. Madeira Island itself is also known as the ‘Pearl of the Atlantic’ and is an absolute dream to explore. The charming coastal town Funchal is a gem on its own. Strolling through the atmospheric town during night feels like walking in a modern fairytale.

What to do in Madeira Portugal?

Jesuits’ College of Funchal Considered one of the most remarkable buildings of Madeira, the 16th century Jesuit College of Funchal is also worth a short visit. Part of the buildings now house the University of Funchal. The college has a wonderful interior with amazing sculptures and paintings and can be visited from Monday to Saturday.

Where to see the flowers in Funchal?

There are some of these beauties in both the Monte Palace and Botanical Gardens. But you can also see them in florists all over the city and growing in many of the parks and borders around Funchal.

A visit to the Botanical gardens provides visitors with the names and origins of the splendid variety of exotic flowers, vegetables, herbs and other useful plants found on Madeira. Suggest edits to improve what we show. Explore different ways to experience this place. What is Travelers’ Choice?

Are the Botanical Gardens in Funchal worth a visit?

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