A walk through the lovely Japanese garden in the manor park, will relax you after a hardworking day, particularly in spring and summer when the gardens are in blossom. The manor park belongs to the palace which was built in renaissance and baroque style and rebuilt in the 19th and 20th centuries by Count Fryderyk von Hochberg Fürstenstein. The Japanese garden with a tea house, lanterns made of stone, fountains and small bridges is of a particular value – it was the first Japanese garden in Europe!
The gardens in Iłowa are in blossom from early spring. If you come here in May, you will experience a real feast for your senses in the impressive rhododendron grove. The magnificent shrubs with colourful flowers in various shades of red, purple, yellow and pink will charm everyone. In the park, you will also see numerous interesting fountains. It is worth paying attention to the oak and hornbeam path, several magnificent lindens, maples, alders and yews.