- Pantelleria, Tp
- 8 guests
- 3 bedrooms
- 4 bathrooms
- Infinity pool with panoramic view
- Elegant and traditional Pantelleria style
Located in Pantelleria, on one of the most evocative and unique islands in the Mediterranean, is the Gu Home. A splendid traditional complex of indigenous culture called a dammuso. Its solid lava stone structure juxtaposed with the bright colours of the surrounding walls makes it unique and distinguishable among many others. One of the main peculiarities of this structure is its ample outdoor air, surrounded by greenery, with special accommodations for the trees that stand luxuriantly, and the various relaxation areas around a special panoramic infinity pool and a jacuzzi strategically positioned to enjoy the splendid sunsets, with an olfactory accompaniment provided by the presence of notable Prickly Pear plants. There are a number of comfortable masonry seats, garden sets and sunbathing areas, with the convenience of an equipped outdoor kitchen for preparing and eating meals in the open air. The presence of an outdoor bathroom with indoor and outdoor shower offers the possibility of rarely being away from this oasis.
The interior of the house is elegant and inspiring, thanks to the perfect combination of tradition and innovation. Large spaces with light colours, the enhancement of the original architectural elements and the contrasting bright colours of the resins used for the finishes make the rooms energetic and comfortable to the eye. A large and well-equipped masonry kitchen, enriched with traditional majolica tiles, will provide the possibility of sharing meals in extreme comfort, together with the presence of a large dining table.
There are three bedrooms; spacious and very comfortable, they all have a special view, a private entrance, their own air conditioning, spacious wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom with shower.
The first bedroom has a double bed and a special half-moon window with a view of the sea, offering a constant connection with nature. Its light colours enhance the striking purple colour of the masonry bathroom, in typical Pantelleria style. The second room, a quadruple room, has two double beds housed in two separate niches. The very large bathroom recalls lava and sulphurous colours, again to maintain close contact with the identity of the place. The third room, a double bed, has a very comfortable walk-in wardrobe and a large bathroom with great attention to detail.
What makes the rooms unique are the details. The care for these gives that touch of uniqueness that is difficult to imitate. The installations, works of art, photographs that enrich the walls, the presence of scented candles, design objects and the refined furnishings, distinguish the stay and make it a true experience, in close contact with the real and authentic identity of the island that hosts it.
- 2 double bedrooms
- 1 quadruple bedroom
- 3 en-suite bathrooms
- 1 outdoor bathroom
- Full equipped kitchen
- Air conditioning
- Wardrobes in the room
- High speed WiFi
- Full kitchen
- Double beds
- Coffee machine
- Writing desk
- Barbecue area
- Barbeque grills
- Outdoor shower with hot water
- Private entrance
- Swimming pool for exclusive use
- Outdoor dining area
- Airport on-site
- Flight from Palermo, 45 minutes
- Flight from Trapani, 40 minutes
- Flight from Catania, 1 hour
- Ship from Trapani, 7 hours
- Hydrofoil from Trapani, 2 hours
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.