- Dreamy ambience
- Sea view
- Large swimming pool
- Recommended means of transport
- 4 double bedrooms
- 1 single bedroom
- 5 en-suite bathrooms
- Full equipped kitchen
The Dammuso Rosso is one of the few historic residences on the island of Pantelleria that manages to perfectly combine refined, comfortable and functional elements, all within a unique and magical atmosphere.
Located in the Rekale district, the house is just a few minutes away from the famous coast of Pantelleria characterized by clear blue water.
This location is ideal for a wellness and relaxation holiday. Not far from the Dammuso you will find the thermal springs of Acqua Calda Termale as well as the well-known Favare, which is a place where you can relax among the jets of volcanic steam.
The Dammuso Rosso will not disappoint your expectations. You can admire the fantastic surrounding landscape immersed in the greenery of the garden that surrounds the structure. The garden is enriched by the presence of olive trees and a swimming pool.
The apartment has several furnished outdoor terraces where you can spend your days in the cool, as they are shaded by the typical “cannizzi” of Pantelleria.
The dammuso comprises the main building that includes a super-equipped kitchen, a large living room, a room with a sofa bed and a private bathroom, a double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and a private living area accessible from the outside.
The three dependencies can be accessed from the garden, they are all equipped with a double bedroom and a private bathroom. Furthermore, two of the bedrooms have a private terrace.
From Dammuso Rosso you can admire fantastic sunsets from the edge of the swimming pool set within the garden. Finally, the structure has been expertly restored, without being distorted and maintaining that magic atmosphere that makes it unique.
Pets are not allowed. Parties and/or Events are not allowed.
The use of electricity and gas is not included. The consumption comes at an additional cost of EUR 0.70 per Kwh, EUR 1 per mc3 gas.
Castellammare del Golfo
Castellammare del Golfo is a seaside town within Trapani’s Province, known for its secluded coves and sandy beaches bathed by a fabulous sea. Among the main attractions, we find the Arab Norman Castle, also known as Castello a Mare, the Mother Church, the sea museum and the Church of the Madonna della Scala. You can try various typical fish-based dishes, and we advise you to taste the “cassatelle”, a typical local dessert.
The ancient medieval village of Erice is an enchanting place that must not be missing from your travel itinerary. You can admire breathtaking landscapes, walk through the medieval-looking alleys and visit the Castle. Here it is possible to taste the traditional dishes of Trapani and the famous “Genovese di Erice”, a typical dessert.
Mazara del Vallo
Mazara del Vallo is a few kilometers from Selinunte. It is a perfect destination for those who want to explore Sicily’s cultural and artistic destinations. Here you can find the famous Greek statue of the “Dancing Satyr of Mazara del Vallo”. Furthermore, Mazara del Vallo is known for its multi-ethnicity. We recommend tasting the red shrimp in Mazara and the fish couscous.
Scopello is a seaside village located near Castellammare del Golfo in the province of Trapani, known for its magnificent blue sea. From the sea of Scopello emerge two large stacks, which have become a local symbol. A stop not to be missed is the Tonnara di Scopello, where you can also organize guided dives and boat tours.
Lago di Venere
It is an extinct crater of an ancient volcano located in the heart of the island of Pantelleria. Its turquoise colour, which becomes more and more intense as the water depth increases, will leave you breathless. The clay base, the hot, thermal and sulphur-laden waters hide numerous beneficial properties for skin care and more. The name derives from an ancient legend that tells of the goddess Venus, who, before her encounters with the god Bacchus, used to mirror herself in these magical waters. Recent excavations have brought to light a sanctuary dating back to Roman times and it is assumed that the sanctuary was dedicated to fertility and water.
The second largest district on the island of Pantelleria after the main town. It offers many activities to do and sensational landscapes. Being like a small village, it enjoys various amenities, such as the presence of the island’s only cinema, numerous restaurants from the most gourmet to local trattorias, a pharmacy, supermarkets and distinct shops. There are also various nightlife places where one can enjoy a good aperitif while admiring the island’s warm sunsets while catching a view of the African coastline. The presence of its own small harbour also makes it desirable and convenient for sailors. The seaside descents in this area vary from the easiest to the most difficult. Among the best known are: the warm waters of Sataria and Nikà, the Scauri lighthouse, Balata dei Turchi, Scalo della Vela. For mountain lovers, there is the possibility of walking on the slopes of Montagna Grande, trekking to the Favare, the natural saunas of Benikulà.
Located on the eastern side of the island of Pantelleria, it enjoys an extremely green landscape rich interraces that descend to the sea and considerable expanses of vines thanks to the fertile Mueggen soil. The presence of shops, restaurants, pharmacies and churches makes it absolutely independent and autonomous from the central town of Pantelleria. The descents to the sea are the most comfortable and well-equipped on the island, such as: The Pond of the Waves, Cala Levante, Cala Tramontana, the Elephant Arch and the Gadir Marina with its warm waters.
The name Gadir derives from Arabic and means basin of water, an appropriate name considering it is a small maritime village with its little harbour suitable for easy mooring for small boats. Known to enjoy unique and comfortable natural pools of thermal waters beneficial for the treatment of arthrosis and rheumatism. On the walls of the pools grows algae indicated for curing sinusitis, colds and minor respiratory problems. From the Gadir marina, it is possible to venture on an underwater archaeological trail, as several shipwrecks can be found in the deep waters in front of it. The rocky and wild seabed allows the marine fauna to live safely and protect themselves from external threats.