Santos is home to the largest beach-front gardens in the world. The gardens, which frame the seven kilometers of beaches, are one of the city’s main tourist attractions and stretch for 5.335km, varying in width between 45m and 50m, with a total area of 218,800 m2.
The beach gardens offer a variety of tonalities, textures, and aromas in the 1,300 plant and flower beds and plant pots, displaying more than 70 ornamental species. Among these are peace lilies, canna lilies, dragon trees, golden dew-drops, sword ferns, white and yellow daisies, white swamp lilies, and coleus.
These species are perennials, more resistant to the region’s damp, salty windy climatic conditions. There are also 1,800 trees of varying sizes), such as palms, sago palms, and beach almonds.
This rich flora attracts several bird species, some endemic, which nest and live there, and others that use the garden to feed or as a resting place during their flights, including those to other continents.
They are also an open-air art gallery, housing no fewer than 38 monuments and sculptures, highlighting characters from the Santos, national, and international scenarios.
According to Wikipedia