The José do Canto Garden is a space of great scenic and botanical interest, populated by trees that impress by its monumental size or its unique morphology

José do Canto Botanic Garden is a property of public interest (Resolution of the Regional Government of the Azores, nº 144/95, of August 10), is enrolled in the Botanic Gardens Conservation Secretariat (UNESCO) and is present in the World Guide to Botanical Gardens. The José do Canto Garden is open all year, with the exception of January 1st and December 25th, with the following schedule:

  • Winter (October – March): 09: 00-17: 00
  • Summer (April – September): 09: 00-19: 00

On the ground floor of the palace, the “Residencial Casa do Jardim” operates, and guests can enjoy all the landscape and botanical wealth.

Source: Jardim Botânico José do Canto

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