Jardim do Morro is a park in the parish of Santa Marinha in Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal. Located at the foot of Serra do Pilarext to the upper deck of the D. Luís Bridge, it is a magnificent viewpoint to the historic area of Porto. It has a lake, a bandstand and a wide variety of plant species, including 22 linden trees lined along the final stretch of Avenida da República.
The Jardim do Morro was built in 1927 in Gaia. Since then, the design has changed little. The park attracts thousands of tourists. The Vila Nova de Gaia cable car connects the Super Bock Square at Cais de Gaia to Jardim do Morro and was inaugurated on April 1, 2011. It covers a distance of 560 meters.