Sunset observed from our Dammuso on the sides of Sant'Anna's hill, is an unmissable experience. From high up the view includes the unmistakeable little white church with the bell that shows, in a style that recalls a Spanish rural architectural style. The church was built in 1713, a time in which Pantelleria was indeed one of the territories controlled by the Crown of Spain.
Favourably exposed towards the south-west, but with a view also towards the north-east, the hill enjoys a wonderful view on the Strait of Sicily. On very clear days, the profile of Tunisian coast is distinctly seen on the horizon. The Dammuso awaiting for you in this wonderful area are Glicine, Zighe and Melograni.