The magic of a place where the majestic beauty of the surrounding landscape invites you to enjoy the quietness of nature, to let go and relax and to live it in a unique home, thanks to its style and personality: Agapanthus is more than a a mere dammuso, Agapanthus is an incredible treasure in which nature and architecture perfectly melt and then offer to its guest an unforgettable typical experience of Pantelleria.
Located in contrada Barone, one of the most beautiful and unpolluted areas of Pantelleria, nearby contrada Tracino, the dammuso Agapanthus has a breath-taking view that include many of the elements found on Pantelleria: from Mount Gibele to the sweet slopes of the countryside to the green colour of Montagna Grande and then reaching the blue of the sea. All this, immersed into the perfumes and colours of the Mediterranean garden that surrounds the property, recently refurbished and expanded. This operation has given the property a higher value, enhancing the original structure by making it contemporary end extremely comfortable.
The dammuso is divided into two parts, In the old part, apart the double bedroom and a bathroom, has a living room that overlooks the terrace and the garden with olive trees and rosemary plants; the new part, recently built, has a bathroom and two living rooms, one overlooking mount Gibele, the other with giant sofas and tv. The two parts are united by an original and elegant dining area with a kitchen that has sliding doors, creating a wider and luminous area overlooking the garden.
Even the outside areas are extremely sophisticated and they spread all over the property, over terraces at different levels, giving the chance to relax and to find new spaces through the ducchene and cushions, solarium and spots for reading and meditate. The pleasure to rediscover peace and tranquillity without giving up on comfort and modernity: the dammuso Agapanthus has free Wi-Fi and is located just near Tracino and the oriental side of the island with its many beauties: Cala Levante, Arco dell’Elefante (Elephant Arch) and Faraglioni (stacks)
Graphic by: Salvatore Leto
Programmed by: Alfredo Pontillo