This unique home lies on Salina, an UNESCO world heritage site, one of the Aeolian islands off the coast of Sicily. Chilean architect, Rodrigo del Canto, renovated an existing ruin into a beautiful blend of bright colors and bright spaces. Master bedroom has views outward to the active volcano of Stromboli, along with celebrity island Panarea. Seating is available inside and out to enjoy the natural wonders of the geography and space.
Salina is a quaint island with 2,000 inhabitants, 5 towns, and several volcanic rock beaches to explore. With several restaurants, bars and hikes within walking or driving distance, the island leaves little to leave unexplored. Also within reach, are the six neighboring Aeolian islands, each with a unique experience. Whether you prefer a walking-only town like Alicudi, hiking to the crater of a volcano like Stromboli, or taking hot water baths in volcano, this home stay will leave you wanting to stay for longer.
About the host: Rodrigo del Canto is a renowned Chilean architect who has lived in Viña Del Mar, South Carolina, Chicago, Génova, and now Salina. He expresses his creativity through his design of spaces and composition of homes. The house has a unique blend of art and furniture that he has collected through his life as an explorer.