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This is Pantelleria, the Black Pearl of the Mediterranean, a place to discover and respect, with its dark rocks carved by the wind, its sharp forms softened by the roundness of the white dammusi dwellings, its natural hot springs and rejuvenating mud, the precious legacy of the volcano from which the island originated.
The music of the wind lashes out suddenly on the cliffs, as if wanting to remind us that nature, here, is the absolute master, while it embraces the sea of a blue so intense one seems to be lost in a dream that tells the tales of an Africa closer than we could have ever imagined.

The navel of the Mediterranean

Pantelleria is part of Sicily, but the island actually lies much closer to Africa than Italy. It is precisely this privileged position (Homer called it “the navel of the Mediterranean”) which gives the island its look and its culture rich in contrasts, a place of Arabic forms and typical scents of Southern Italy. The island is characterized by its dammusi, archaic architectural structures made in stone, immersed harmoniously in the Zibibbo vineyards. Vineyards whose cultivation is still carried out according to ancient rules and traditions that have been recognized as part of the Unesco World Heritage.

The coastline

The island stands out, amongst other things, for its rugged coastline and the green countryside overhanging the sea. This isn’t a place of sandy beaches, but rather one of small coves with crystal clear waters, spectacular and mysterious caves and a comfortable descent to the sea over smooth rocks. Set sail with our boat the Esperanza to discover the fascinating cliffs and dive into the crystal clear waters around the island.

Open air SPA

Pantelleria’s volcanic origins are also to thank for its authentic open-air spa facilities: from the hot springs of Gadir and the Benikulà Cave’s natural sauna to the mud of the Lago di Venere. Every hidden corner the island will guide you through a regeneration of the senses and a newfound connection with nature.

Architecture and nature

The architecture too is unique, reflective of the fact that man has had to bend to the will of nature, which here reigns supreme. Unusual stone gardens created to protect the citrus trees from the wind. Typical dry stone walls which weave between the curves of the white dammusi dwellings. Black volcanic lava stones which emerge within the green landscapes that slope down to the sea through ingenious terracing.