Map of the resort and grounds


The TRISKEL RESORT will offer its Guests the option of: 

- charming, practical and welcoming 35m²-75m² COTTAGES, SMALL APARTMENTS or SUITES, each finished to the highest standards and professionally designed to ensure accessibility. All accommodation will be constructed from the finest materials – which fully fulfil the requirements of the Itaca II protocol – as part of a sustainable approach to ensuring low energy consumption, acoustic isolation and overall comfort. The various accommodation options guarantee complete privacy and autonomy, with all comforts and everything the Guest may require close to hand. Comprising one or two bedrooms, they also feature a living room, kitchenette, bathroom, and a terrace and/or garden. The surrounding grounds have been specially designed to create routes through natural parkland, incorporating spaces for relaxing and sports, in a manner entirely in keeping with the area’s existing flora.

- PHYSIOTHERAPY FACILITIES: the range of physiotherapy services on offer is aimed at all ages, from families with infants to children and young adults – with treatments to improve posture or enhance sporting performance – and elderly patients, with treatments for age-related issues. The facilities include heated baths, pools, saunas, hammam and massage treatments, with dedicated staff and equipment for rehabilitation.

- GYM: where Guests will discover the latest equipment designed for young and older users, with personal trainers on hand who can identify and instruct the forms of exercise most suited for each individual.

The resort will comprise three adjacent areas, occupying a total area of around 30,000m². It has been specifically designed to avoid modifying or damaging the surrounding environment and the area’s existing vegetation.



3,500 m² 
Work begins 2014, to be completed in 2016:

  • 300m², multipurpose facility to feature:
    • kitchens and dining hall;
    • reading room with fireplace;
    • apartment for on-duty staff;
  • large (300m²) rooftop terrace with sea view, featuring: barbecue facilities; 24m x 2.1m, 50cm-deep pool with hydro-massage function; zen garden;
  • grounds comprising parkland with footpaths
  • 2 entrances, both monitored by reception, and video surveillance of the site perimeter
  • 3 floors of twenty 42-75m² apartments, each apartment with its own private terrace or garden. 
  • a semi-basement level accommodating
  • a doctor’s surgery and clinic for telemedicine analyses and remote assistance
  • unit for barber/hairdresser/beauty salon
  • unit for laundry facilities
  • car park with two large entrances 
  • access to different floors provided by a spacious lift and two broad staircases;


17,710 m²
Work begins 2016, to be completed in 2018:

  • the small, thirteenth-century, stone-built Romanesque-Benedictine church, and the adjoining rectory, will be restored under the supervision of the regional authorities. The church will be reconsecrated to enable the celebration of marriages, christenings and communions, and will also be used to celebrate birthdays and anniversaries
  • the former rectory will be used as a reception area, as well as administrative and marketing activities. Work on the church and rectory will begin and end in 2016
  • 8 characteristic, two-storey, wood and stone villas, each occupying an area of 100m² to be constructed in the adjoining area of parkland, each villa divided into three, small independent apartments, all with their own outdoor area and independent entrance. These apartments can be unified.

Work begins and ends in 2016. These villas are designed for: guests looking for more immediate contact with the natural environment or for a greater degree of privacy; holiday accommodation for relatives of other guests; sportspersons who are in training or undergoing rehabilitation at the physiotherapy centre.

This area of parkland will feature paths for pedestrians and cyclists, plus routes for electric buggies. There will be courts for basketball, volleyball, tennis, squash and boules, a fitness trail, children’s play parks, relaxation areas, wildlife and farm-animal observation points, an orchard market garden that works at a recreational level but also provides healthy, wholesome produce, and a greenhouse for flower enthusiasts.

3,000m² of the resort’s parkland area will be given over to the health, health-education and hospitality facilities (work beginning in 2017, for completion in 2018), which will be composed of:

  • reception and waiting room
  • gym, with equipment for older users, sportspersons and children
  • spa and physiotherapy centre featuring rooms, baths and pools for rehabilitation and motor-activity treatments
  • a generous dining hall with a spacious terrace, kitchens, lounge room and bar
  • children’s play room
  • a conference room that can serve as a cinema, theatre, ballroom or be used for training events
  • 11 en-suite twin rooms and 3 en-suite singles for brief periods of treatment or convalescence following an operation
  • a large rooftop terrace with views over the park
  • outdoor pool with sunbathing area
  • 35 convenient parking spaces.

Work to begin 2017, to be completed in 2018.



7,400 m² of which 2,100m² are designated for buildings
Work begins 2017, to be completed in 2018

  • construction scheduled for a covered structure with large windows, spanned by long wooden beams supported by a stonework base
  • an accessible rooftop garden, featuring paths and relaxation areas, will offer wonderful views of the surrounding landscape
  • the roof will also feature minigolf holes and a putting green
  • winter garden
  • pool and area for sunbathing
  • thirty one 35/60m² apartments are scheduled
  • indoor pool
  • this area also marks the start of the so-called PERCORSO DEL TRABOCCO, a walkable wine itinerary that explores the unspoilt paradise of the Trabocco Nature Park, taking in a range of charming old churches, vineyards, wineries, theatres and waterfalls along the way.