An intimate and quiet atmosphere.

Within the walls of a country house of the past century.

The farmhouse was born in the 1950s, in order to expand the farm and give work and accommodation to the farmers This land has been in the family for centuries.

Encircled by a marvellous garden, the villa is nestled in a 12-acre olive grove. The three rooms on the first floor look out on a big terrace used as a solarium where you may rest, sunbathe and enjoy the breathtaking panorama of the Bay of Milazzo and the Aeolian Islands. The Casettais a charming dependance detached from the main body of the house and located in the heart fo our garden.

On the ground floor, you find the main entrance, the dining room, and two spacious, sun-blessed reception rooms where you can relax with a good book, listen to an old vinyl collection and, in winter, enjoy the warmth of a blazing fire in the fireplace.

Check-in: from 4pm to 8pm. Check-out: by 10am.


For a holiday of pure relaxation


Services included in your stay


Free parking

Use of the garden

Fireplace and library room

Tourist tax

Extra services offered by the B&B

Breakfast in the room



Taxi and Transfer to/from Milazzo
and airports

Your stay

An oasis of peace, away from the bustle of the city

Immersed in the countryside and surrounded by 12 acres of century-old olive trees, the B&B Don Gaspano is the ideal place to break away from the routine. Treat yourself to a moment of true relaxation away from city noise.

Make your stay at B&B Don Gaspano even more enjoyable with our additional services and experiences designed to help you discover the beauty of our territory.

Picture of table setting for a morning breakfast at B&B Don Gaspano

0-km breakfast

Countryside path here at B&B Don Gaspano

Surrounded by nature

Ferns and hydrangeas at B&B Don Gaspano

Away from the caos

Don Gaspano’s olive farm

Our oorganic farm oil

Our farm produces a small quantity of biological extra-virgin olive oil each year.
We strive to obtain the highest quality product with excellent organoleptic characteristics.

“Ogliarola messinese”, “Nocellara” and “Biancolilla” are the native cultivar grown at Don Gaspano’s olive farm.