The landscapes of Varramista are dominated by its extraordinary natural features
400 hectares of parkland containing a perfectly kept Italian garden.
An artistic and natural setting characterised by buxus sempervirens (box) shrubs pruned into enormous sculptures in the topiary art.
The entrance to the Villa dominates the parterre dating back to 1600.
Elegant stone fountains are harmoniously set in the park ornamented with Japanese camellias, patches of bamboo and numerous century-old trees.
Standing out majestically is the sycamore many centuries old with its trunk six metres wide.
The magic of time is revealed crossing the avenue of sycamores edged with box to reach the shrub maze and then discover the century-old avenue of lime trees.
While the natural lake with its "wooden bridge" acts as a backdrop to an enormous taxus baccata, towering beside the romantic arcade of laurel.
The surrounding woodland is planted with chestnut, holm oak, pine and white fir trees.