Parque Quevedo

A green icon of the district of El Crucero, the Quevedo park was opened in 1980 on land previously occupied by a warehouse for machinery, some of whose trees form a backdrop to this beautiful park.

The surface area of the park is 50,000 square metres, enough space for all the lime trees, maple trees and other flora that surrounds the stone pine in the centre. AS an added attraction the park is home to families of squirrels that play amongst the English flowerbeds, along with peacocks, guineafowl and ducks that paddle in the lake.