Patrick Leigh Fermor
Earth, rocks, weed and olive trees set the scenery in which the complex was conceived, designed and built.
One and two-floor buildings alternate as if they are trying to hide within the olive grove. Their design reflects the architectural tradition and the natural landscape. Local aromatic plants, herbs and flowers of the area, beautify the outdoor areas connecting the buildings of the complex.
The sound of the sea, the Mediterranean light and the aromas of the land amplify the hospitality experience and the sensation of pure happiness.
The hotel is built within an old olive groove of 4.5 acres, gently uniting it with the impressive beach of the village, Ritsa, only 1 km away from the center.
The complex consists of 24 residences, the reception and the restaurant. The ground floor buildings hide between the olive and citrus trees, while the two-floor building have spectacular views of mount Taygetos and the Messinian bay.