An ideal place in which to escape the noise and pollution caused by city traffic, this huge park offers many attractions. It has a landscaped garden area with fountains in addition to botanical gardens and a large wild area planted with pine trees. The central part that extends from the entrance to the main waterfall (Avenida San Sebastian) is an attractive combination of hedges, trees, ponds and French-style flowerbeds. It's worth stopping in one of the many pavement cafés for a drink and a rest. The park was built in the early 20th-century and named after the General who staged a coup in 1923 and then ruled Spain as a military dictator until 1930.
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