In the villa, as in traditional Arab houses, the outbuildings are accessed through a private inner courtyard shaded by a passiflora pergola, equipped with seating, beach accessories, and an outdoor shower.
The first outbuilding consists of a living room with a sofa bed (2 places) and a well-equipped kitchen, a bathroom with a shower, and a double bedroom with a view of the beach just a few steps away.
The second entrance leads to a small double bedroom (with a French bed), also with a view of the beach, and a bathroom with a shower. The two independent accommodations can be connected internally by a corridor.
Upstairs, there is a large terrace of 120 square meters overlooking the sea and furnished with care, using natural elements that blend with the landscape. The terrace houses two yurts internally connected: a triple (with a double bed), a bathroom with a bathtub and dressing room.
The yurt is an eco-sustainable Mongolian dwelling, consisting of a framework of steam-bent larch and fir slats woven into a circular lattice, with a covering made of sheep felt carpets to insulate the environment from atmospheric agents. The yurt is light, resistant to desert winds, and very welcoming.
Outside the yurts, there is an entire open-air dwelling with an outdoor shower, a well-shaded kitchen equipped with a pantry and gas barbecue, a bar area with a refrigerator, and a dining area with a convivial table. Moreover, climbing 5 steps leads to the large solarium with a canopy bed and various relaxation corners, offering a view of the Saracen tower, the harbor, and the house of Inspector Montalbano, as well as beautiful sunsets of Punta Secca.