Panach's garden currently has an area of 6,066 square meters. The water plays a special role with the construction of a bridge and a waterfall, under which there is a pond with water jets and vegetation around it. The garden is full of indigenous trees and bushes, as well as some citrus fruits that remind us of the old orange grove that initially occupied the land, while the main walk is flanked by date palms. The garden recovers an old orchard existing next to a villa built in the 19th century, which has been converted into a public library.
The interior of the main building is decorated with tiles from Nolla and with lamps that imitated those of the Hotel Alfonso XIII in Seville. Next to Joaquín Marín Street are the recovered remains of an old factory building, where the old work tables have been reused as table games, and in the area around it there is a rest area with a pergola among rose bushes. This garden has an area equipped with children's games in the zone facing Ave María street.ADDRESS