The Dammuso Mille e Una Notte, declared a monument by the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage and Landscape, is a marvellous testimony to the architectural and rural tradition of the island.
It’s no wonder that director Luca Guadagnino was inspired by this Mediterranean dry-stone villa that later became the location for “A Bigger Splash,” a 2015 film that starred actors like Tilda Swinton and Dakota Johnson.
The swimming pool, covered in antique majolica and the focal point of the film, is surrounded by the 12 hectares of Mediterranean parkland, thus providing unforgettable scents and unique fruits for the guests.
Amidst the ancient Arabian gardens with their lemon groves, citrus trees, hibiscus and rose gardens, and the Mediterranean scrub, the domes and the lava stone with which the imposing dammuso is covered stand out.
Mille e Una Notte is divided into two independent bodies.
The first body consists of a large living room enriched with alcoves and antique writing desks, contemporary works of art, luminous sculptures and numerous elements of Pantelleria and Arab tradition. The various spaces of the interior have been created in the alcoves, including a reading corner complete with bookcase.
The table can accommodate up to 12 people, for convivial dinners prepared in the large kitchen equipped with: a pantry, marble table for 8 people, oven, stove, dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave, toaster, flask, cutlery and crockery. This kitchen is also perfect for pampering yourself with the best-trained chefs on the island, taking advantage of one of the chef packages we offer.
In the second body we find the bedrooms, two of which are double rooms with sitting room, bathroom and private patio; one double with bathroom and one with twin beds and bathroom.
Attention to detail is the cornerstone of this proposal, embellished with refined hemp linens for the bed, and a complete set of towels and bathrobes.
The dammuso accommodates up to 8 people and is ideal for those who want to treat themselves to a unique experience of luxury, art, tradition and unspoiled nature.