The human wandering in the cityscape is done most of the times, in a rather fast, non well controlled way. The time spent on this activity, seems to be the minimum possible. Being so much, as well into the noise of the city, as into the view of the streets and the five storied buildings, the man is looking for delight in the fake, in an “antique routine”. During the last few years, there has been a constant human movement towards the villages. There, is where you can find the forgotten, natural landscape_ an image that the citizens of the big cities want to preserve, no matter what. Moreover, their actions are now well planned. That is to say, they follow the already existing pattern and through that they create the inhabited space. This essay is following the thoughts of the immigrant- city citizen. I am trying to embrace the natural landscape, create spaces where the human could have a break from the routine of the every day life and indeed LIVE the moment when he SEES something natural. We find ourselves in a neglected beach, in New Pagases, Volos, in a spot with a rich historical background, forgotten, though, today. The sand and the water favor the contact between human and land. The human, on his side, leaves his marks and feels as if he had instantly made the space around him, his own, private space. However, later on, the water comes to erase these marks and leave the landscape as it was before. I try to create a leisure space, open all day long, open to anyone who wants the contact with the landscape. The reason why this space is not covered by a roof is to underline the already existing attitude of the human, to look up, in the sky.