Among date palms and canariensis, cacti, olive trees and bougainvillea it lies in all its glory the Dammuso Levante, an impressive property consists of three separate dammusi that can accommodate a total of 9 people, but which can also be rented independently by 2, 4 or 6 people, with the guarantee of privacy and tranquility during their stay.
It is one of the most fascinating homes of Pantelleria, located close to the bays of cape Karace, short distance from Gadir and its natural pools. It is an incredibly charming place, where the Mediterranean atmosphere of the lush garden frames the large infinity pool, which has panoramic views towards the endless horizon to East.
The estate on the whole has whole five bedrooms: the main dammuso has 3 bedrooms, 2 doubles and a single room, while the second dammuso has an alcove double bed open onto a living room with kitchenette, a bathroom and a private covered terrace. The third dammuso is placed higher, in more background position than the rest of the property, and it consists of a bedroom, a bathroom and a living room. Every dammuso has an inside bathroom with shower. The furnishing is extremely refined, characterized by an ethno-chic style that mixes perfectly with the exotic atmosphere of the place, combining highly functional and contemporary solutions to refined and great taste choices. The outdoor spaces as well stand out for their extraordinary beauty, with wide equipped terraces ideal for moments of pure relaxation and for eating outside enjoying always the stunning sea views.
The dammuso Levante offers every possible great and little luxury, the from daily cleaning of the rooms up to the possibility to have a chef on request for the creation of customized menus, or to rent a rubber dinghy planning the departure from the port of Gadir.
The Levante estate is the perfect place for a unique holiday in Pantelleria: in addition to being located in one of the most beautiful areas of the island, it is easy to get to some of the best known places on the island, such as Cala Levante or Cala Cottone; and yet, the Arco dell'Elefante going south or Cala Cinque Denti and Scarpetta di Cenerentola going north, or the Venus' Mirror going inland.
Graphic by: Salvatore Leto
Programmed by: Alfredo Pontillo