The Garden of l'Albarda

Fundem owns a show garden in Pedreguer, Alicante: the Jardín Mediterráneo de l’Albarda, created in 1990.

With an area of 50.000 m2, it has more than 700 species of indigenous plants, some of them endemic. It is a garden which shows the great diversity of our flora, and stands out for its beauty in every season of the year. It is managed according to the strictest sustainability criteria.

Apart from its great botanical biodiversity, l'Albarda recreates the image of old Valencian Renaissance gardens, influenced by the Arab culture. These characteristics have led to the garden being recognised by the Universitat Politècnica de València and awarded the prize of Magister de Paisajismo in 2002.

It is a reference point in the world of Mediterranean gardening in respect of the establishment and restoration of gardens, either public or private, with the aim of preserving our landscape.

The l’Albarda garden is in Pedreguer, a town in the Alicante province and near Denia. Urbanización La Sella, C/ Baix Vinalopó, nº 8.