The grounds of Las Nanas, 6 hectares, is covered mainly with trees as a result of the fertile soil: chestnut, cork oaks, conifers, holm oaks and olive trees. The harvest of olives and of cork (every nine years) can be considerable.
Around the house there is a vegetable garden and a garden with fruit trees. Every year the harvest yields apples, pears, quinces, plums, cherries, caquis, grapes, mulberries and especially oranges. In autumn, there are plenty of edible mushrooms.