Price From € 2500 per week (more information) Price on request.
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Accessibility
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Villa Cappero


It's breathing pure nature here. You will only here the wind blowing and see the endless horizon!


Villa Cappero is composed of two units connected by a lemon garden, each with a double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and terrace. Surrounded by the shade of pines and arbutus, a large furnished outdoor area and a patio with sofas, deck chairs, coffee tables and a large dining table. From here the view embraces the Mediterranean macchia and the sea of Pantelleria island. A fully equipped kitchen, a large Jacuzzi pool surrounded by rosemary shrubs and a sun deck with deck chairs and pillows complete this Dammuso whose shaded areas, wide and flat invite adults to relax and children to play.

Rooms description


Bedrooms

3 double bedrooms decoratated with nice colonial style antiques. All bedrooms are positioned in separate buildings, all next to each other. The third one is 2 steps from the main building. All rooms have ceiling fans.

Bathrooms

3 comfortable bathrooms in tadelakt style and old Sicilian tiling.

Kitchen

Fully equipped kitchen inside: tableware and cutlery for 8 guests, refrigerator with freezer, dishwasher, oven and microwave. There is also an outside kitchen.

Living rooms

Sitting area with rattan armchairs, satellite TV, LCD screen

Other rooms

Facilities


Cleaning

Villa Cappero provides fine hemp linen for the bed, bathrobes and set of towels for the bathroom, the kitchen and the pool.

Amenities

private pool, hob/stove, fridge, fridge with freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, television, wifi, room fans, high chair

Accessibility

Outside

Large shaded terrace with ancient basin, table and chairs for 6 persons. Nice jacuzzi pool in concrete-tadelakt style. 3x3 meters. Solarium with deck chairs. 12 hectares of Mediterranean garden, orchard available for guests Lovely views over the sea - parking area

Notes

Availability & Pricing


weekly prices
from 2 April 2022 to 11 June 2022 € 2500
from 11 June 2022 to 9 July 2022 € 3400
from 9 July 2022 to 20 August 2022 € 4200
from 20 August 2022 to 17 September 2022 € 3400
from 17 September 2022 to 1 October 2022 € 2500
Price on request.
Water, gas, electricity and final cleaning: EUR 160
Arrival & Departure Saturdays (depending on other bookings) arrival as of 4 PM and departure latest 10 AM. Other arrival and departure days on request.

Leisure & Activities


Activities

The sea around Pantelleria is rich and can be explored on your own or with expert divers. Instructors also guide visitors to discover the seabed, its colorful flora and fauna still abundant and varied. Even the simple snorkeling, however, reveals striking underwater landscapes. THE VOLCANO The volcano is not active anymore but hot springs are spread throughout the entire island. Hot waters flow into the crystal sea of Nikà cove, in the port of Gadir, in the cave of Sataria and near the archaeological site of Scauri; Fumaroles in the Fossa del Russo, the natural Sauna in the grotto of Benikulà; Thermal muds along the white ring of the lake Specchio di Venere. These charming sites are ideal destinations for nature walks, horseback riding, cycling and some of them are accessible by car. The volcanic origin of Pantelleria has determined its destiny: the abundant presence of obsidian made the island, together in Lipari, the leading supplier of the raw material used to build tools in the Neolithic period and therefore frequently visited by merchants who visited the island bringing in information from the rest of the Mediterranean. The fertile volcanic soil and the scarcity of fish-filled shallow waters have definitively assigned Pantelleria island its agricultural vocation. In 2014, the timeless Pantelleria wine growing tradition was awarded by UNESCO which recorded the traditional practice of cultivating head-trained bush vines (“vite ad alberello”) transmitted through generations, in the list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Besides its wines, the production of Pantelleria boasts excellent olives and capers, fruits and vegetables. Hard to say something new about the celebrated delicacy of the Passito di Pantelleria, made from Zibibbo grapes dried in the sun; the word caper then, has almost become synonymous with Pantelleria! What we call caper is the bud: in Pantelleria no one buys “capers” tout court, but “small”, “medium” or “large” capers, the taste is the same, but different sizes make them suitable for different uses. When, you preferring to enjoy the beauty and the scent the flowers and buds are not collected, in a few weeks they will turn into olive-shape berries – here called cucunci – juicy bites to taste with aperitifs! The extra virgin olive oil here is very fragrant yet delicate; in October, the olive harvest is an opportunity to meet old friends, make new ones and share an unusual experience. However, if you do not want to make any effort, in Pantelleria island there are several farms that produce olive oil, wine, capers and who make excellent preserves with local products. It is more than a visit: you will be welcome very warmly and invited to taste so many delicious bites and drinks that you will go back home happy and a little bit tipsy. The Panteschi are passionate hunters and pickers: rabbits and mushrooms are abundant in the woods of Montagna Grande – the big mountain overlooking the island – Mount Gibele and Kuddia Midas, in the season. Food, nature, wellness and pleasure for your accomodation in Pantelleria island and your vacations in Italy. Choose the best for your Pantelleria holidays in Italy. If you want to explore Pantelleria island by sea, you can rent a boat with or without skipper in one of the two ports of the island (Scauri is at 5 km from the estate; Pantelleria city is at 19 km). The stretch of coast more spectacular is the one that runs from Scauri to the Arco dell’Elefante, where the property nestles. Boats depart from Pantelleria city for a full sightseeing tour around the island stopping in some of the most picturesque coves for a swim and the lunch on board offers local mouthwatering recipes, complete the awesome experience. In Pantelleria there are no sandy beaches except for the white shores of the lake Specchio di Venere; there are neither cabins nor umbrellas on the coasts and bars are quite rare. The lack of comfortable beach facilities that normally allows people to reach any place, is a choice desired by the Panteschi to preserve their landscape and save Pantelleria island from the aggression of insensitive tourism. The coast is dramatically beautiful with its lava and basalt rocks diving deep into the sea, remind us that we are on a volcanic island.

Specials

Happenings

Surroundings


Location


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Surroundings

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Travel

Pantellaria can be perfectly reached with a direct flight to one of the below mentioned Italian airports. From there you can take a direct flight to Pantelleria. Please see the options here below: Bergamo (Milan) from May 26th to October 7th – Sat & Sun – www.volotea.com from June 22nd to September 14th – Mon & Fri – www.blue-panorama.com Bologna from June 10th to September 14th – every Sat – charter flight by Tour Operator Pantelleria Island +39 0923 911266 Catania from May 2nd to October 24th – Thur, Fri, Sat & Sun – www.dat.dk Genua from June 15th to September 14th – every Sat – www.volotea.com Milan Linate from June 16th to July 21st – Sat & Sun – www.alitalia.it Milan Malpensa from June 1st to October 5th – every Sat – charter Tour Operator Pantelleria Island +39 0923 911266 Palermo two daily flights all year round – www.dat.dk Rome (FCO) from July 12th to September 6th – Mon & Fri – www.blue-panorama.com from July 13th to September 8th – Sat & Sun – www.alitalia.it Turin from June 15th to October 5th – every Sat – ww.volotea.com Trapani two daily flights all year round – www.dat.dk Venice from May 11th to October 12th – Sat & Sun – www.volotea.com Verona from June 1st to October 26th – every Sat – www.volotea.com.

Distances

Your villa and Covid-19


To prevent any possible spread of Covid-19 and to enable you to enjoy a safe and relaxing holiday, all our villas are cleaned to the highest standard possible, and according to the latest Italian health and safety regulations.

Perfect hygiene: to ensure an exceptional level of hygiene in all our villas, we’ve worked with our owners to create a Covid-19 villa management protocol. Based on recommendations from the World Health Organisation, and in compliance with current Italian national law, this protocol goes above and beyond our usual rigorous cleaning standards.

Prior to arrival, your villa will have been fully sanitised, including all surfaces, objects, kitchen items, curtains, sofas, throws, pillows, toys, and in and around the pool. You are welcome to ask for a detailed list of the entire cleaning procedure we do after each departure and before welcoming new guests to the property.

The owner of this house has complied with the following standards:

  • To ensure the necessary information concerning social distancing and the use of masks is available to all guests
  • To guarantee availability of and accessibility to hand hygiene systems with hydro-alcoholic solutions and soaps in all inside areas of, and pertaining to, the villa
  • To guarantee cleaning and disinfection of all areas according to national authority guidelines. Further information is available on request
  • For the swimming pool: to guarantee the efficacy of the water treatments, while respecting legal limits (the parameter for free active chlorine in the pool is between 1.0 – 1.5 mg/l; combined chlorine ≤ 0.40 mg/l; pH 6.5 – 7.5 or equivalent oxygen)
  • For air conditioning systems: to guarantee the air re-circulation function is switched off and, according to the manufacturer’s instructions, with the plant in off-mode, to clean the air filters of the heating/cooling plants that use heat pumps, fan coils and convectors, at the end of each stay

For more general information about Covid-19 in Italy, please click here.


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