This garden dates back to the Knights of St John and is a nice place to visit especially with young children. It has some ponds with ducks, terrapins and swans and a maze they can enjoy with safety.
Stopped here on the hop on hop off bus, glad we did, nice gardens and 'excellent' terraced cafe when you walk through. Stayed here for a couple of hours, prosecco, beer, rabbit, chicken pie and cakes etc, etc. All very reasonable priced, mainly locals.
Probably the best known of the Islands’ gardens, San Anton Gardens was laid out by Grand Master Antoine de Paule as grounds to his summer residence, San Anton Palace was the official residence of the British Governor, after which it remained a state building and is now the residence of the Maltese President. When walking around you discover the ponds... 更多
Lovely place for a relaxing walk for families or couples. There are turtles in the pond and peacocks and cats roaming. Filled with a range of different flora mostly named for identification. It was very enjoyable and definitely worth a visit. The bonus is that it's free and there is a stop on the city sightseeing bus.
We hopped off the sightseeing Malta bus to stretch our legs, get a drink and get out of the sun and we were utterly gob-smacked. A free to visit beautiful oasis in the middle of a dry and dusty landscape with a former colonial palace thrown into the bargin. Well worth a visit, like a lot a Malta tourist sites... 更多
Make sure you drop in on the gardens and explore the publicly accessible part of the palace for some interesting history. Also as you enter or leave via the main gate look for and read the dedication plaque.