ID Location - 90 -
- Name:La Concepción Botanical Garden
Owner:Municipio de Málaga
Address:Camino del Jardín Botánico, 3
Web / URL:Contact:Málaga Film Office
Phone:(+34) 952 601 736
Description:This is the only rain forest in southern Europe. A romantic garden with more than 2000 species, century-old trees, ficus, pine, casuarinas, magnolias, pines, cypresses and cedars, among notable subtropical species and 100 species of palm trees in the city of Málaga (Andalusia). The magnificent palatial residence, the house of the cypresses, iron greenhouses; a large gazebo; fountains, bridges, stairs, a gazebo and the Loringian Museum, a Doric temple.
Climate:Malaga's climate is subtropical-Mediterranean. The average annual temperature is 18 ° C, and with an average maximum of 25.4 ° C in August and an average minimum of 11.9 ° C in January. Rainfall is concentrated in short periods during the year. The average humidity is 66%, with 43 days of rain a year. It has 320 days of sunshine per year and over 3000 hours of sunlight per year.
Historical Period:17th-19th centuries
Geographical Environment:Located at the northern entrance of the city of Málaga.
Filmed Productions:- 'Los últimos de Filipinas' (Antonio Román, 1945)
- Café de Colombia - TV Commercial
- Fenistil - TV Commercial
Historical-Cultural Context:Built in the mid 19th century as a large vacation house for a family of the haut bourgeoisie, in 1990 it became property of the Town Council of Málaga, and the Patronato Botánico Municipal was founded for its management. The garden was declared Heritage of Cultural Interest (Bien de Interés Cultural, in Spanish) in 1943.
Usual activities:Sightseeing. Celebrations. Archive with bibliographic and documentary materials related to the 19th century history of Málaga, Flora, Botany and Gardening.