A precious botanical jewel in which to let loose and re-charge your batteries.
"They stayed there in the courtyard, man and plant, facing each other, the man almost feeling plant-sensations under the rain, the plant [...] amazed, much like a man who finds himself suddenly drenched from head to foot, his clothes soaked." Italo Calvino - The Rain and the Leaves
Out of the experience of Evelina Mameli (Italo Calvino's mother), director of the Cagliari Botanical Garden in the 1920s, and out of our passion for flowers, comes this precious green corner of the Miramare, a little internal garden in which you can let yourself be enchanted by the perfumes, the colours and the silence.
More than 100 native Sardinian species populate this oasis, awash with the perfumes of orchids and the colours of exotic flowers and plants.
Tillandsias, irises, ferns, buttercups, columbines and narcissuses adorn a characterful, relaxing space, thanks to the care lavished on them by Antonino Soddu Pirellas, Mauro Ballero and the staff of the Miramare. Small tables and chairs in the art nouveau style complement the garden – perfect for a delightful open-air breakfast, an exclusive brunch or the simple company of a good book.
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