This park was inaugurated in 1987 to become a green space for walking, for leisure and for enjoying its tranquillity surrounded by nature and a beautiful landscape. It used to be the garden of Adolfo Montañá’s house.
Inside the park is an interesting natural heritage in which the wildest nature goes hand in hand with the more domesticated wildlife, with both native and other species.
In order to better understand this natural heritage, we can divide it into 4 environments:
· The gardens (wet and dry)
· The pine trees
· The holm trees
· The ponds
About the wildlife living in the park: if you are lucky you may spot some squirrels or, at least, the many bits of pine cone they leave behind, especially around Aleppo pines; insects such as butterflies or beetles; a large number of birds such as blackbirds, magpies, jays, ringdoves, collared doves, Sardinian warblers, a variety of tits (blue tits, great tits, coal tits, crested tits and long-tailed tits), firecrests and short-toed treecreepers, to list but a few.
All these plants and animals interact with each other to create complex relationships that allow them to attain a dynamic balance if this is not disrupted by human action.