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:

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! 

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

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The island Folegandros

Here is what it looks like:

Islands in the south Cyclades
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