The loggia plays a central role in the layout of the Villa, acting as a bridge between the central courtyard and the interior spaces. This area is decorated with historic terracotta pots and jasmine creepers.
The loggia houses two sitting areas and a work of the Della Robbia school that is a beautiful glazed terracotta statute depicting the Madonna and Child. Above the entrance portal was originally a precious crescent of the Della Robbia school depicting the Risen Christ. Today the work is kept in the Bargello museum in Florence.