The area of intervention of the proposal is very vast, 10,200 m2 approximately, including the Park-Garden and the oak forest (Carballeira) of Caldas de Reis. The Park-Garden was created in the 19th Century as a private sector development. In 1883, the council bought the property and transformed it into a place of recreation open to the public. In 1962, it was declared National Scenic Site and it became the starting point of the Water Trail, which follows upstream to the Segade waterfall. There are around 150 botanical species from several continents. In this sense, the park has a great didactic value, following the tradition of the great botanic gardens. Next to the Park-Garden there is a large Carballeira, which beyond its natural content, has the value of serving as a gathering place, where several events take place during the year, such as the Cultura Quente music festival and Kaldarte, a project of artistic experimentation on Caldas de Reis public space.