On arrival we were welcomed by Linda who we found extremely friendly and helpful. Our room was a generous size, with en suite facilities, air-conditioning /heating, t.v., and fridge. Entrance is up a flight of attractively decorated stairs, to a first floor hall leading to the bedrooms. We did not use the aircon/heating in our room as we were comfortable without. Everything about our accommodation was spotlessly clean, and as we were the only guests at the time, Linda issued us with tickets for Breakfast, redeemable at the Wind Surf Bar opposite (and the Bar San Vito Bar just round the corner for the day the Windsurf was closed). In both bars we were made very welcome by English speaking staff.
At this time of year the town is quite quiet and the weather mild. Linda recommended a few restaurants where we thoroughly enjoyed our evening meals: lunches were taken in local bars where again we found staff to be extremely friendly and helpful. There is a long sandy beach, small fishing port and a lighthouse. The headland opposite the lighthouse is a huge sort of triangular rock and the road out of town winds round it passing Tonnara Secco, a disused tuna fishing establishment with a small rocky bay, and, further on the Zingara Natural Reserve.
We would recommend this place for a quiet few days but if you want to go further afield and don't mind driving, a car would be useful. Local San Vito taxi service were helpful, contacted via the Tourist Information office a few doors away from Ai Dammusi.
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