The Agdal Garden

The Agdal Garden

The 700 acres that makes up the Agdal Gardens are fit for their royal owners.  Adjacent to the Royal Palace, these gardens include numerous types of fruit trees and olive tree allées.  The name “Adgal” means “walled meadow"— very picturesque.  It’s only open to the public two days a week, so plan accordingly.

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