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This gorgeous estate was founded by the famous photographer Fabrizio Ferri, which he created to fulfill his dream of creating a paradise of silence and regeneration. This dream was achieved with precision: this villa provides an island of peace and tranquility situated upon remote Sicilian Island of Pantelleria. The island lies in the narrowest point of the Mediterranean between Europe and Africa as an historical crossroad of cultures, images, agriculture, and architecture. Its treasures are immersed in an untouched landscape where the presence of man is hidden by the colours and the textures of its stones. This large property is located in a beautiful district of the island so called “Monastero.” In this calm and sacred spot, the timeless scenic beauty invites guests to meditate and relax. This property, surrounded by beautiful Mediterranean plants, palms, olive trees and terraces, boasts marvellous views of the sea. The whole property is designed to inspire meditation and is ideal for relaxation and inner peace. Particular care was placed in the architecture and interior decoration of this beautiful property. This estate is made up of several “dammuso,” the traditional homes found on this remote island in Sicily. The dammusi can host up to 12 people. The property has six bedrooms, five bathrooms, an external kitchen with a barbecue and a marvellous swimming pool. Here, the indoor spaces blend harmoniously with the outdoor spaces. With all its comforts, its carefully decorated areas, and it beautiful harmony with its surroundings, this property is the ideal place to enjoy an unforgettable and peaceful holiday. This estate is a tiny gem on the island.
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