Outside the wood, various gardens and a source of water could be admired.
The dense wood of centuries-old oaks and holm oaks completes the compound of San Pietro sopra le Acque (St. Peter above the Waters).
The source of water was at the base of the ridge, it concentrated in the tank before and then ran down the three arches, earlier located where the little wall in the north of the restaurant park is today.
The seventeenth-century fountain outside the walls was public (like all sources). The “big face”, which has become our logo, is not St. Peter, but a Mannerist symbol consistent with the style of the church. It is a “mask”, an apotropaic figure of protection from evil spirits which was in fashion between Mannerism and Baroque.