The Park was born after 2000, replacing a long strip of land in which there were domestic and maritime pines, which in 1999 fell or were unsafe due to climatic adversities.
Mario Cesare Rotella, former director of the public gardens in La Spezia and later freelance landscape architect, was commissioned to give new life to the green area. He decided to enliven the surface with boulders, river cobblestones and Japanese-inspired bridges.
In later stages, a pergola with benches and an area with sand dunes were added as a link to the beach. This area is covered with various species of sedum that cover natural boulders and crevices of the stones, grasses such as Carex, Pennisetum, Stipa, Miscanthus, Scirpus, Opuntie, botanical Iris. A flowery expanse of Carpobrotus colors the part of the dune protected from the winds.