The garden of Casa San Juan de Ávila is about one hectare and houses several Mediterranean trees like the pine and the cedar of Lebanon, as well as a great variety of flowering plants that embellishes the park in every season.
In the same area there are a 8-a-side football field, a basketball and volleyball court and a swimming pool.
The House borders the historic park of Villa Carpegna, a green oasis in the area called Aurelio, with beautiful trees and a wide green space where you can lie down reading a book, admiring the sky or just closing your eyes and relax-ing. You can do jogging or just enjoy being outside.
Few minutes away there is Villa Pamphili, one of the biggest parks in Rome where you can picnic, walk and have strolls by bike.