Built on a location forming a natural balcony with an immense view to the plain of Macedonia, we are allowed to say that it constitutes today one of the most beautiful and representative parks of Greece.
Fully developed, the park occupies today an area of approximately 30 acres presenting an exceptional interest from a aesthetics point of view, and hosts a variety of plants as well as animals that live freely in the park such as peacocks, ducks, swans, pigeons, squirrels, fish and various species of birds.
The flower garden is the part of the park that fascinates even the most demanding visitor because of its incomparable beauty of flowers and feast of their colours.There are organised flower-beds that entertain annual species of flowers, which vary each season. Thus, tulips, hyacinths, violas, pot, marigolds, gloxinia etc. dominate in spring while petunias, zinnias, scarlet sages, marigolds, silk flowers, celosias, geraniums, ageratums and other species that change every year and can be admired in summertime. A traditional fountain stands in the centre of the flower garden surrounded by a road.
The lake covers about 1,5 acres and fish are nourished daily there by the young visitors of the park who share their snacks. Its structure is free and contains two traditional wooden bridges that connect the islet with the rest of the park. In the lake, visitors will come across the multicoloured ducks as well as the beautiful swan. The rocks on the banks create special places for aquatic vegetation, composing unique combinations.
The spouts that exist in various places constitute points of relief from thirst add each have their own style.
The park is located at the center of Naoussa, near Karatasou square and there are at least four main entrances. Within its limits, Arapitsa river passes on one side, while on the other side stands the summer municipal theater of Naoussa.
It was created in the late 50ies and contains trees and other plants and flowers, an artificial lake (of approximately 1.5 acres) with wooden bridges, paths, a fountain and a paved road, while permanent residents are ducks, pigeons, frost as well as squirrels (which are somewhat hard to find) are its permanent residents.
On either side of the park there are parking lots. On the road just outside the park (known as the “beach”, one can find are cafeterias, bars and restaurants.