The Island of Pantelleria through a series of still life

Located in the south of Italy, Pantelleria is a small volcanic Island 62 miles southwest of Sicily and 37 miles East of the Tunisian coast. Constantly swept by the Mediterranean salty winds, it hosts very peculiar plants, which grow with unique qualities. Among these, Pantelleria is renewed for its capers, olives, prickly pears and the Zibibbo grape, used to produce the homonymous Zibibbo wine and Passito.