Covering about half of the northwest coast of Cádiz is a marvelous urban park. On the waterfront is Paseo De Santa Barbara. The tree-lined Santa Bábara Promenade winds along the old city walls. This is the perfect place for a scenic stroll, walk, jog or run. Afterwards, cool off in the shade of the gazebo. The adjoining greenspace was named Paseo del Perejil when it was developed in the late 18th century. At the end of the 19th century, master gardener Gerónimo Genovés I Puig spent years creating a botanical garden filled with ornamental plants and a variety of trees. He became the namesake for Genove’s Park.