Encompassing around 5000m2, the grounds that surround Villa Mosca constitute the largest area of private parkland in Alghero, and one of the largest in Sardinia.
This exotic space surrounds the residence, isolating it from the nearby city. An expanse of mesembryanthemum leads down gently to the sea. This characteristic succulent plant flowers in the month of May, turning an intense fuchsia colour and helping, in the process, to create one of the most well-known images of Alghero.
On entering Villa Mosca, you will feel like you are visiting a bona fide botanical garden, since the grounds take in an original, variegated collection of exotic plants: from majestic pokeweed (with some examples over a hundred years old) to the pittosporum woodland, as well as Japanese bushes, African and South American plants, lush palms and classic examples of Mediterranean maquis such as the mastic tree and oleander.
These fragrances and splashes of colour, combined with the extensive lawn, make Villa Mosca a unique backdrop for open-air meetings, business lunches, events and ceremonies.
The external spaces will envelop you in a timeless atmosphere, providing the stage for your sunset aperitif or for moments of relaxation as you lie on the chaises longues or sit back on the sofas.
During the day, you can treat yourself to an al fresco hydromassage (at a temperature of 36°C), surrounded by the greenery and with stunning views of the sea, whereas in the evening you can enjoy classical music concerts on the lawn to the rear of the Villa.