Nowadays, many areas are losing their unique geomorphological qualities because of tourism. The tourism industry often objectifies and portrays them as tourist attractions, which leads to a huge number of visitors and a constant need for new facilities. It is not uncommon for these facilities to be identical or chaotically laid on the landscape. This diploma thesis elaborates on the design of temporary dwellings in Kriaritsi, Halkidiki, based on the existing road network, which was part of a housing development plan that was eventually cancelled. The design of the settlement follows the morphology of the sheepfolds placed in the area, while the created platforms are integrated in the landscape. The focus of the project lies on the correlation between public and private spaces. A spatial analysis has revealed a number of paths that follow the natural curves of the rural scenery and connect mount Itamos to the beach. Key part of the design is the water storage and distribution system that aims at an autonomous water supply system for both the residential area and the communal spaces. The main purpose of the project is to incorporate the structures into the landscape while maintaining the structure of the landform. An alternative tourism model, based on of the sustainable management of rainwater and gray water, is introduced. This model aims to redefine the area, as well as, the existing conventional campground.