Much of the charm of Pantelleria lies in its architectural landscape, a precious example of eco-sustainability, whose perfect testimony is represented by the dammusi and the dry stonewalls that characterise the lndscape. A story built literally stone on stone, as the ancient districts scattered on the island show: among these, Khamma and Tracino, small and typical villages in which to discover the authentic soul of Pantelleria, in contact with those who live it all year round.
A unique experience to live in the Piccolo Borghetto: an ancient dammuso located in the heart of Tracino, a property wisely restored by the architect Gabriella Giuntoli and where every corner gives the pleasure of a holiday where you can taste the two souls of Pantelleria, the one linked to the peasant tradition and dedicated to the land, next to the purely Mediterranean one, linked to the sea.
The pool will be open from the 1st June to the 30th September.
A lovely village not far from the village: Piccolo Borghetto is a typical Pantescan residence, whose atmosphere is made even more fascinating by the style and the restoration work to which it has undergone.
The structure consists of three dammusi, each of which is equipped with a double bedroom and bathroom. The property can therefore comfortably accommodate up to 6 people.
Entering the Piccolo Borghetto, what immediately strikes is the sort of theatrical backdrop that the structure creates, around which develop the different terraces of the garden and the beautiful pool overlooking the sea and the surrounding green hills.
All three dammusi are furnished with taste and personality: let’s see them in detail.
The main dammuso is characterised by a pleasant contrast between the warm tones of the parquet and the dazzling white of the walls, in which niches, bookcases and the typical vaults create an interesting rhythm, giving an even more personal touch to the environments. The dominant colour is blue, rediscovered in the furniture, finishes and ceramics. Inside there is a large bedroom open to the living room, a well-equipped kitchen with a dining table and a bathroom in which the stone bathtub is the absolute protagonist. Outside, you can find a wood-burning oven and a dining table under the cannizzo, which allows you to dine outdoors while admiring the sea.
The second dammuso, smaller, has a white and blue ceramic flooring that offers a fresh and Mediterranean style. The bright living area has a great effect, with sofas and seats that recall the typical Pantescan ducchene outside; to complete the structure there's an elegant double room with en suite bathroom and a private terrace with panoramic views.
The third dammuso, finally, stands out for the contemporary atmospheres created by the smooth concrete floors and for some original solutions, such as the glazed window that allows you to look at the garden from the kitchen corner. In addition to the cooking area, the dammuso houses a large bedroom and a bathroom with access from the outside.
Around the property there's a lush garden made of palm trees, Mediterranean maquis, succulents, a century-old pomelia and the centuries-old citrus of the garden of Pantelleria: a place full of peace where you can relax admiring the surrounding landscape, remaining however within walking distance from all the amenities and services that the contrada offers.
The location of the dammuso is also perfect to reach some places with easy access to the sea of Pantelleria, such as the Arco dell'Elefante, Cala Levante and the Faraglione, Cala Tramontana and Gadir.