Jardins del Palau Falguera
The Palau Falguera gardens date from the 17th century, when Jaume Falguera built a large palace with gardens that reached the Llobregat River. Some historical sources mention the stay at the Falguera Palace of King Philip V in the early eighteenth century. Until 1988, this historic complex was owned by the Marquis de Castellbell, descendant of Jaume Falguera.
In 1995, the farm, which is currently made up of a 2,800 m² palace and gardens, which have an area of 1,5 hectares, was acquired by the City Council of Sant Feliu de Llobregat to become a public park .
The Palau building houses several municipal services, as well as the Municipal Music School. In addition, since 2006 is the headquarters of the National Exhibition of Roses.
08980 Sant Feliu de Llobregat Barcelona