The back part of the palace holds the 7 hectare garden, formed by three terraces held by retaining walls. The first garden, the one closer to the palace, contained a boxwood parterre of simple axis and different species of trees. It was destroyed during the Spanish Civil War, although some traces can be seen nowadays. In this terrace was the Fountain of the Shell that nowadays is located in El Campo del Moro gardens. In its place there is now an iron fountain. In the second terrace there aren´t any significant remains that allow the experts to ascertain the utility of this garden. The third and last terrace was used as a vegetable patch in which some fruit trees can still be seen. The gardens are enclosed by a brick wall.