Island of sea, island of land: the particular conformation of Pantelleria makes the dammusi real stages from which to admire in every moment of the holiday the show of the sea and the nature. The dammuso La Caletta is no exception: located in a privileged position, on the eastern side of the island, enjoys a magnificent view and allows you to walk to Cala Gadir, with its characteristic views and its famous natural pools of hot water.
The swimming pool will be open from June 1 to September 30.
COMPOSITION OF DAMMUSO LA CALETTA
The recently built dammuso is surrounded by a garden full of palm trees, succulents and Mediterranean shrubs that develops on different levels, creating a magnificent scenery always stretched out over the sea. Here there is the natural stone swimming pool, a delightful stretch of water surrounded by ducchene and a solarium area with deckchairs and chaise longues.
From here, just a few steps to access the dammuso, a comfortable house on two levels that can accommodate up to 4 people in two bedrooms, one with two beds with width 1 meter. each, the other with two single beds: the ideal solution for two couples of friends, or for a family. Each bedroom has a bathroom with shower, while the common areas consist of a large and bright open space, divided into living and dining area with table for 6 people and an alcove where the kitchen is located, modern, functional and super equipped.
The spaces have been furnished with care, and are characterised by a simple and contemporary style, in which the white and grey finishes perfectly match the colours chosen for furniture and accessories: from the blue that recalls the Mediterranean, to the purple and magenta of the bougainvillea, to the dark head of the Pantescan land.
Outside, behind the pool, there is a large shaded terrace, always overlooking the sea and an additional space with outdoor kitchen, barbecue and dining table, perfect for enjoying outdoor lunches and dinners.
WHERE TO GO IN PANTELLERIA: THE SURROUNDINGS OF DAMMUSO LA CALETTA
In addition to the nearby Cala Gadir, the dammuso La Caletta is an excellent starting point to get to Cala Tramontana and Cala Levante, or the Arco dell'Elefante. Going even further down, the unspoilt and wild coasts of Martingana and Balata dei Turchi await you, while on the opposite side there are Cala Cottone and Bue Marino.
Moving inland, the Lake of Venus is also an easily accessible destination, while Tracino and Khamma are the reference points for shopping and, along with Cala Gadir, for finding bars, restaurants and trattorias.
Graphic by: Salvatore Leto
Programmed by: Alfredo Pontillo