The Marivent Gardens (Marivent Gardens) are located in the Palace that gives it its name, in Palma. It has an extension of 9,155 square meters, and since May 2, 2017 are open to the public for free.
As any public garden are open all year except the 15 days that coincide with Holy Week and from July 15 to September 15 coinciding with the visit of the kings.
Its visit is short, can be seen in less than half an hour but is a green space very well maintained and with benches to be able to spend a pleasant time or just stroll. It also has a small grass area where children can jump and have fun. There are no swings.
The Miró family has permanently donated 12 bronze sculptures by the Mallorcan artist Joan Miró. In this way the enclosure acquires an important cultural value. It is unique in the world since there is no real house that has an exhibition of these characteristics in its gardens.
This unique set was built in 1925 by the engineer and collector Joan de Saridakis. It was garden of the Saridakis Museum from 1965 to 1972 and has been official residence of the Royal Family since 1965.
Data sheet Gardens of Marivent
Park open to the public, there is no ticket office simply access is limited to 300 people and your entry is regulated.
»Schedule: open all year from Monday to Sunday except for 15 days that coincide with Holy Week and from 15 July to 15 September.
From 1 May to 30 September: 09.00 to 20.00 hours
From 1 October to 30 April: 09.00 to 16.30
»Location and only access: Joan Miró Avenue, 229 Palma
»Parking: the surroundings of the area do not have a lot of parking, so public transport is recommended.
»The entrance of dogs and bicycles is not allowed.
»Access for disabled and baby carriages
” Public services
Private transfer from Palma Cruise Port to Marivent Gardens. Your private driver will be waiting for you at the Cruise Port and will guide you to to the Palace of Marivent Gardens, where we will wait for you to return you to your cruise. Without you having to worry about anything.