The large park occupies an area of four hectares, sloping gently away from the villa, and is surrounded entirely by a stone wall.
It was conceived at the beginning of the 19th century and presents the typical design of the Italian-style garden, characterised by a geometric subdivision of the spaces obtained using rows of trees, box hedges and other plants that create a colour effect that plays with the various shades of green.
The first view is dominated by two great magnolias, both dating back to the mid-19th century and opening up the majestic avenue of holm-oaks, which is regularly pruned into a square shape and extends for about 150 metres, lining the entrance to the villa. On the right of the square in front of the villa there is a giant fuchsia-coloured oleander next to the travertine steps that descend to the rose garden, populated by antique roses alternated with English roses collected by the owner.
Continuing on the right of the holm-oak avenue, we come to the lemon avenue, where about fifty lemon trees are planted in terracotta vases, some of which are as old as the trees themselves. Every winter they are moved to the big orangery (Limonaia) at the end of the park to protect them from the cold.
On the right there is a big semi-circular pool made of travertine, called the “Guazzina”, decorated by splendid cast iron railings attributed to the famous architect from Siena, Agostino Fantastici, who worked in the area towards the second half of the 19th century.
In front of the greenhouse and the tool shed there are two huge Cedars of Lebanon which stand 35 metres tall and have been reported to be the tallest in the region. There are different types of plants scattered here and there: a rare example of Taxus Baccata, a Cedrus Deodara, Banks' roses and, in the centre of the orchard, a majestic Cedrus Atlantica Glauca, recognisable by the particular shade of green tending towards blue.
The thick English wood on the south side of the park is crossed by paths that become covered with tiny yellow mushrooms called chanterelles in autumn.