The space is divided into five parts. The largest spreads between Calle Llull, Josep Pla and Taulat and two pieces between the streets Taulat, Josep Pla and Garcia Linear Park. The two remaining pieces, divided by Carrer Taulat are on the street side of the Selva de Mar, with Garcia Linear Park on one side and Carrer Llull on the other.
The accesses are large. Inspired by house patios, immense flowerpots hang pergolas or rest on bricks.
There are hills covered in grass and flower beds around a large lake of more than one hectare.
A terraced area on one side and a wide path to the other giving access to the water. Sudden metallic structures with pumps that feed the lake.
To the left of the lake, there are roads, trees and bushes filled with long beds. In the middle of the lake there penetrates a wedge and is where normally nest or sunbathe waterfowl.
To the right of the lake there are small grass-covered hills. The higher the Magic Mountain with a hedge.
At the other end a bridge connects the banks with a waterfall below. After crossing it, you reach the two new sections of the park.
On both sides of a triangle of houses located on the sea side of Carrer Taulat, there are two more.
The right is the "wild." On one side of the road there is a very natural pond, surrounded by aquatic species and a grass-covered hill. Across the road, there is a large parterre lined by a long concrete bench.
The piece on the left is open and contains a lake with fountains also. On the left, a few steps provide access to a lawn.
The last two pieces without closures are not vegetated and supermarkets to sports.
The design is friendly with native plant species or acclimated. Irrigation is the water table and rain.
In the beds there Hemerocallis sp., Hypericum sp., Oleander nan (Nerium oleander 'Nana') Callistemon speciosus, rosemary creeping (Rosmarinus officinalis' Prostatus), abelia (Abelia floribunda), plentiful (Santolina chamaecyparissus), Laurel ( Laurus nobilis) and Grevillea juniperina.
In the park are abundant rosewood (Tipuana types) and to the right of the main entrance Parkinsonia aculeata.
Edge water are poplars (Populus alba) and poplars (Populus nigra italica), and in different places oaks (Quercus ilex and Quercus suber). There are also eucalyptus (Eucalyptus camaldulensis), pines (Pinus halepensis), Aleppo (Pinus pinea) and Canary pine (Pinus canariensis), olive (Olea europaea) and tamarisk (Tamarix gallica) honey locusts (Gleditzia triacanthos) umbrellas China (Firmian simplex), ailanthus (Ailanthus altissima), coral tree (Erythrina crista-galli), pagoda trees (Sophora japonica) and hackberry (Celtis australis).
Canary palm there (Phoenix canariensis), date palms (Phoenix dactylifera), some lofty palm trees (Trachycarpus fortunei) palms (Chamaerops humilis) and above (Washingtonia robusta).
Aquatic vegetation are cypress (Taxodium distichum), poplar (Populus alba), poplar (Populus nigra italica) (Juncus effusus) and pond flowers (Iris pseudacorus).
The issue of Canary Drago (Dracaena draco) that is on one side of the main part of the park has an approximate age of 150 years. It was planted in December 2001.
The tubular structures of the pergolas and sources emphasize originality. Large pots that are the "patios" and concrete benches are called Lungomare.
The construction of the park on former industrial lands allowed the city to meet new beaches made late twentieth century. On 25 May 1999 the first stone was placed along with a chest with the newspapers of the day, a full calendar of sustainability pledge and declaration signed by the city and construction companies. Forms an area of over 340,000 m2.