Steps away from the Feria de Madrid and the impotent stadium of Club Atlético de Madrid we can find natural details, interesting corners and places full of life. One of those, the little known Quinta de los Molinos Park.
A garden for public use that was originally a rustic urban recreational estate, presenting areas of agricultural exploitation and an important Mediterranean seal. Today, wide extensions of diverse vegetation, of which stand out mainly olive trees, pines, eucalyptus and the star of the park: almond trees. An area of varied nature that accompanies buildings and architecture declared of high interest.
The park, divided into two zones, invites visitors to explore the romantic landscaping of the northern zone and the agricultural development of the southern zone. Totally opposite zones coexist in an environment where the traditional and historical agriculture is mixed with the aesthetics and wonder of the romantic style of the northern zone. Five access gates also protect this secret, limiting to the south with Alcalá Street, to the north with Juan Ignacio Luca de Tena Street, to the east with 25 de Septiembre Avenue and to the west with Miami Street; Multiple accesses that invite us to discover the garden from different beginnings.
Today the park opens a different area; Espacio Abierto Quinta de los Molinos. A new cultural corner that opens its doors in the Palacete de La Quinta de los Molinos. Designed primarily for children and adolescents, dedicated on the one hand to offer a permanent program of workshops, shows and different activities. On the other hand, it becomes a place where young people can share and get to know each other.
This new habitat invites the exploration of practical learning and social recognition, developing moments of activity and interaction for the public between 0 and 16 years old with the aim of instilling creativity in young people from childhood.
We invite you to get to know the park, its natural attractions, cultural and educational activities.