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The houses are built with traditional techniques, and with stones from the surrounding fields, trying to achieve as little disturbance to the landscape as possible - making the houses 'grow' out of the soil.


The solid stone walls provide a pleasant indoor climate, even during the burning summer days - but the houses are equipped with air-condition as well, just in case.

About the houses:

About the island:

House 3
Foot-path connecting the houses
House 4
Indoor stonework
Detail of stonework
View from house 4 to the church

About us:

We are a greek/danish family - Takis, Lisbet, Lea and Antonis - living and working on Folegandros for the last 25 years.


In the summer we are running a garden-restaurant, and renting the houses,  in the winter Takis is playing bouzouki, the kids are studying in Denmark, and Lisbet is practicing her original profession - making ceramics - partly for use in the restaurant, and partly for selling during the summer.


We really love our island and the life here - it is simple, quiet, healthy - and we would like to give you the opportunity to get to love it as well! 

Antonis and Lea
Takis and his son
Lisbet working
Lea and Antonis smiling
Takes playing bouzouki
Lea and Lisbet

About the island:

Folegandros is a tiny island in the south cyclades.

Download the free app:           'Folegandros guide'

to get all the informations you may need.

The island Folegandros
Islands in the south Cyclades

Here is what it looks like:

Folegandros from the air
View from the mills
Angali beach
Angali beach
Folegandros in April
The church Christos
Foot path in Folegandros
Almond-trees in blossom
Angali beach
Afternoon on Agali beach
Evening sky
Evening colors on Folegandros
Folegandros from the sea-side
Morning view in September
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