The botanical Garden of Santa Catalina is a natural paradise of impressive beauty, located in the ruins of a convent of the same name in the town of Trespuentes, in the municipality of Iruña de Oca. It has more than 1200 botanical species from the five different continents. On its surface area of 40.000m2, divided into three sections, we can find autochthonous plants, oriental plants, Australian trees, a large variety of aquatic species, etc.
40.000 square metres
The orology of this environment allows three types of climate conditions, and also, in consequence of flora: Mediterranean, Atlantic and mixed.
Distance from Vitoria-Gasteiz
In the municipality of Iruña de Oca, in the Sierra Badaya area
From Vitoria-Gasteiz, taking the A-3332 and then the A-4359. Another option is to take the N-1 and then join the A-3332