The town of Ojós has a new garden, called the Hespérides, financed by the Autonomous Community with a contribution of 62,000 euros in charge of the Works and Services Plan.
The new landscaped area, with nearly 1,000 square meters of surface area, increases the endowments or public spaces destined to green areas, in a space of great scenic value next to the Segura River.
It has a pergola and paved area, an area with children's equipment and two courts for the game of petanque.
In addition, autochthonous species have been recovered that are practically no longer cultivated, such as the Ojós lemon trees, and others such as citron, limoncillero, kumquat, grapefruit, mandarin and orange.
In the opening ceremony, held last days, the general director of Local Administration, Manuel Durán, and the mayor of the town, Pablo Melgarejo, participated.