The island of Rhodes is a place of special natural wealth, in terms of endemic species of wild flora with medicinal properties (herbs).
After wandering in and out of the center of the island, meeting with locals citizens and representatives of institutions I got directed me to the west side of the island which is the most unused part in terms of tourism and also the most fertile.
I came to the conclusion that the best way for a "neglected" place to develop steadily and in the long run is through the reopening of the primary production sector and its parallel combination with the secondary.
The coastal settlement of Kamiros Skala, located on the west side of the island, meets the requirements for the creation of a plant for the production of aromatic and medicinal plants.
In this regard, a configuration in the rural landscape is proposed, which includes building structures of cultural and agritourism character and a crop system connected to the building. This intervention has as its main goal, first of all, the stimulation of the primary sector of the region through the promotion and utilization of the many possibilities offered by its flora with the later aim of the stimulation of the economy of the place itself.