Built on a cliff overlooking the sea, nestled among ancient granites, immersed in a protected, wild and unspoiled natural area in the district of Domus De Maria, between scents of the mastic tree and dog rose, lashed by the sea breeze and surrounded by the immense blue of the crystal clear water. Built in 1854, it was one of the twenty royal lighthouses constructed by Vittorio Emanuele di Savoia. In 2006, it was reborn as the only lighthouse in Italy intended for exclusive hospitality ... a place of eternal love, surrounded by the promise of the beautiful landscape.