The gardens of the Casa March Capdepera, better known as Sa Torre Cega can be visited by the public. This is a wonderful garden and drive whose authorship is because Leonor Servera, the mother of Bartolomé March. Gardening was one of his favorite hobbies and she was the driver of the first renovation of the landscape of this house who conducted the architect Guillem Forteza.
Of his mother inherited Bartolomé March penchant for art and, especially, his interest in gardening. In the reform promoted by him was very aware of this and created the modern gardens that have brought fame to this place. He hired the great English landscape painter Russell Page (1905-1985) who reformed the whole garden. Later, his successor in the ornamental design of spaces, the landscape architect Leandro Silva Delgado (1930-2000).
He also starred in the gardens Gabriel Alomar Esteve (1910-1997), architect, connoisseur of Italian gardens that worked on several homes of March. In 2001, a strong wind swept part of the garden and ripped hundreds of trees. Since then a patient and rigorous rehabilitation work has restored the splendor of the gardens of Sa Torre Cega.
In August 2010 the gardens were reopened by HM the Kings and the event was timed to coincide with a major exhibition of works of art by world-renowned artists.
The gardens are open to the public, although advance booking is required to visit this place.
The customer service phone is 971 563 033.
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