Pintor Corral street, s/n
A former orchard of monks, it has now been converted into an urban park. It has wooded areas (orange trees, a sequoya, an Atlas cedar and palm trees), rest areas, a playground for children, flower beds, etc. It has a large central square known as the “dance floor” where sometimes activities are organized. It is worth noting the “Wallace Fountain” which was bought in Paris in 1889 and is surrounded by busts of illustrious figures from Ferrol.
In its upper part, there is a cafeteria and you can also find Aquaciencia here, a didactic museum dedicated to the water