The landscape hotel beneath the new public path is part of a wider system of pedestrian routes from Punta Castelluccio to Plemmirio.
Two side-by-side walls placed in-between the lighthouse and the sea, define a 340 meters boundary following a constant elevation profile; the pair of walls, approaching and separating, leaves space for the interior hotel rooms and common areas.
At both ends it ramps up to +15m above sea level ensuring privileged views and “pocket belvederes” where the two walls leave enough space. Stairs allow the connection with the lower level in correspondence with the large common area and public bar at the centre of the building. The project becomes a long inhabited path that emerges from the site topography. A vast and interstitial system of smaller routes makes it easily usable the entire area giving to visitors and hikers the possibility to go down the cliff and getting closer to the sea where two saltwater swimming pools and a quay for boats are located.
Thanks to the screening effect of the building, which protects from both wind and sea water, an extended palette of indigenous vegetation not present in this part of the peninsula can be planted.