The colours and charm of the Spanish Garden are reminiscent of scenes painted by the great impressionist painters. The sophisticated beauty of this garden was designed in around 1924 by the landscape architect Jacques Greber in Art Deco style. Situated in the eastern part of the park of Villa Reale, it has a rectangular form and has been created by a reworking of the mediterranean tradition and the archetypical Hispanic-Moorish garden, where water is a key feature. At the north end stands a large pool, feeding channels of water which cross the entire garden, bringing water as far as the fountains. Jets and rivulets from the fountain refract the image of the Evergreen Spindle (Euonymus japonica) and the St John’s Wort (Hypericum moserianum), while one’s gaze is lost among the spectrum of colours of the flowers that perfume the air in summer: climbing roses, (such as Pierre de Ronsard), Viburnum tinus and Hibiscus.