Rua Pascoal de Melo
This is a garden that is named after Constantino José Marques de Sampaio e Melo. The King of Florists, as he was dubbed in Portugal, was famous in Paris and London. It has, in one of its beds, a statue of Prometheus and a small pond with a fountain. With an area of 0.28 hectares, it has sanitary facilities, a playground and a kiosk with a terrace. In terms of flora, it has a Ficus Macrophylla and a Melaleuca Styphelioides Smith, commonly known as the prickly-leaved paperbark, the latter having the peculiarity of being of deciduous bark and classified as being of public interest.