How does a place motivate us to inhabit it? This diploma deals with the issue of temporary outdoor living and more specifically, is about the outdoor living in the area of Ancient Lissos in Crete. Lissos is a stopover for walkers following the E4 European path and is only accessible by hiking or boat. It is therefore a place inaccessible, but due to this feature, it attracts travelers who seek to reconnect with nature, the minimum habitation within it and possibly their spirituality. In order to achieve this, they have accepted the fact that it is a time to miss a significant part of their comforts. The subject of the research in this work is this type of traveler who through the application of physical practice of walking, will try to uncover the meanings that connect man to the environment and urge him to become a resident. Architecture is the means to allow it to live and shape its life on the site by providing it with orientation elements and means of meeting its needs. But how can architecture approach a place that carries memories and ruins of the past, wounding and altering the character of the landscape as little as possible? During this exploration, a lot of conventional architecture practices were rejected and a new condition for habitation has been created. The new structures stand free and open to the landscape, losing their identity as buildings and offering the travelers a minimum coverage of their habitation needs in the context of outdoor living and collective life.