- General admission: 7 €
- Marimurtra gift voucher 7€ (to give away a non-guided visit to the Marimurtra Botanical Garden)
- Individual Fan Marimurtra: 30 € (allows the user to visit the Garden as many times as they want for a year)
- Familiar Fan Marimurtra: 50 €(allows a family unit to visit the Garden as many times as they want for a year)
None of the above tickets entitles you to a photo session in the Garden. Check here for rates.
Guided tours are distinguished into 45-minute or 90-minute guided tours. The price includes the guided tour and the entry to the garden of a certain number of people per group. To make a guided tour you need to book in advance by filling out the form on each of the products or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
45-minute guided tours: 60 €
Includes entry to the garden for up to 6 people plus guidance in Marimurtra (each extra person costs € 7).
- Marimurtra tasting: The Tast of Marimurtra is a guided visit to know the most emblematic points of the garden, you will discover the history of its creation, the most notable plant specimens, and the most notable rays for its landscape and architectural beauty.
- The biodiversity of Marimurtra: In the Garden are over 3,500 species from around the world, native and exotic. This activity shows the biodiversity that exists in Marimurtra and the actions taken to promote it through the ecological and sustainable management of the Garden, as well as the fostering of the relationships established between the plants and the auxiliary fauna that live there.
90-minute guided tours: € 95
Includes entrance to the garden for 10 people plus guidance in Marimurtra (each extra person costs € 7).
- Discover Marimurtra: Discover the Marimurtra Botanic Garden, the surroundings, the racons and plant species from around the world accompanied by a guide. You’ll know the figure of Carl Faust, the garden maker, and you’ll enjoy a journey of about 2 km with over 3,500 species, where you can visit the whole garden and discover the most characteristic plants.
- Marimurtra pantry: In a botanical garden, many living beings coexist and interact with each other. The Marimurtra Botanical Garden works to enhance all these relationships that occur naturally. This visit aims to publicize the importance of contributing to the conservation of all living beings in order to benefit from the advantages obtained from these relationships.
* This service is offered in the following languages: Catalan, Spanish, English and French.
- Check the home page to find out about the most updated information about opening times.
Closed: 24th, 25th, 26th and 31st December – 1st , 5th and 6th January
Rules in Marimurtra
The Marimurtra Botanical Garden is an open-air museum with a lot of plant diversity of great botanical interest. The visit must at all times be as respectful as possible of the integrity and well-being of the plants.
Check Marimurtra’s rules of use and conduct here.
Map of the Garden
By clicking here you can download the garden map in PDF format to consult it from any electronic device.
How to get to Marimurtra?
The Marimurtra Botanical Garden is located on Passeig de Carles Faust, no. 9, of Blanes. The Garden can be accessed using different transport systems:
On foot, by bicycle or by car:
- From the center of Blanes, following the signs for the mountain above the port.
- From Lloret, take the access road to the Costa Brava (Gi-682) in the direction of the Blanes Regional Hospital and follow the signs that lead to the Garden.
With the tourist train:
- You can take it in Plaça Catalunya in Blanes and it stops right in front of the entrance to the Botanical Garden. From June to September every 15-30 minutes. For the rest of the year, check timetables (busbotanic.com or tel. 972 33 10 84).
Respect the Garden
Maintaining a private botanical garden is a challenge, but it is possible thanks to people who trust us and believe in our cause. Help us keep Carl Faust’s work alive so that all visitors can continue to enjoy it as they have until now. Caring for nature and respecting the environment is everyone’s job.