On the small Aeolian isle of Salina, Capofaro is a distinctly Sicilian dream. Bougainvillea blooms between whitewashed colonnades; a warm gentle breeze blows through the curtains. Owned by the Tasca d’Almerita family, its 27 chic, minimalist rooms all have private terraces, many with views of the bluest Tyrrhenian Sea. Six are set in a 19th-century lighthouse that once watched over Salina’s two mountains and the archipelago beyond: an undeniably privileged position from which to admire the natural beauty all around.
Salina is celebrated for its vineyards, and viticulture is at Capofaro’s core. The property is surrounded by active Malvasia vineyards (an aromatic grape that produces a delicious sweet, dry wine), which the Tasca d’Almerita family invites guests to discover on sommelier-led walks; during superbly paired dinners; or by getting involved with the harvest itself.
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