a summer house on panarea, italy


Hello my friends! I just came back from a wonderful holiday in the Provence (France). The weather was beautiful, the landscape gorgeous and the food & wine were delicious. Now I am having a hard time getting back in the swing of things!

As I am still in the holiday mood, today some pictures of a summer house located on Panarea, Italy. Panarea is the second smallest of the eight Aeolian Islands, a volcanic island chain north of Sicily. There are currently about 280 residents living on the island year-round; however the population increases dramatically in summer with the influx of tourists. In recent years, the island has become known internationally for its celebrity visitors.

I love the simple decor. And isn’t that view gorgeous? Sigh, I want to go on holiday again!

(images by Adriano Bachella)

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7 Responses to a summer house on panarea, italy

  1. I have been scouring the internet for someone to translate the idea I have of a perfect vacation location into some visual imagery. I think I just found it! My blood pressure drops just looking at this. Absolutely gorgeous!

  2. That blue gate makes me wish I had a white fence to paint! haha

  3. how idyllic I love it!

  4. here in the states, most people shy away from painting in such bright colors like cobalt blue…wish we had more adventurous decorating here…i love the look…thanks for sharing..

  5. I feel relaxed just looking at those pictures. So serene!

  6. I was wondering if it is possible to rent this house in the summer (2 weeks in June/July?

  7. Hi there,
    we are still looking for a house to rent in Panare – end of july/beginning of august….this place looks really lovely…is it possible to rent for one week?
    Best, Katrin

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