The geological landscape of Mikrovalto in Kozani includes the geological formations of Bouharia and Nohtaria, also known as geoforms. In the present research thesis, the space of the landscape and its relationship with the human body is being studied by using interpretations of the ground, the landscape, the materiality and the emotions. The interpretations that are analyzed are based on the science of Geology, on landscape theories and on the philosophical movement of phenomenology. The views of the phenomenological philosopher Maurice Merleau-Ponty about the relationship between landscape and body and the importance of perception, and also those of the founder of psychanalysis Sigmund Freud about the sense of the uncanny and the fear that is caused by this are presented. Initially, the formation of the geoforms and the transformations of the ground are described, while the relationship between the ground and the underground through metaphors and through physical contact is interpreted. Subsequently, the characteristics of the landscape, the importance of perception in understanding it and human constructions in the landscape are analyzed. Additionally, the transformations of the main materials of the ground and the geoforms, the rocks and the minerals, are described. The life of those, the decay, the movement and also the role of water in the geological processes are studied. In addition, there is a description of the myths and the emotions that are expressed through them, mainly of the fear, which is related to the feeling of the uncanny. In order to understand all the information that is mentioned above, all the senses of a person must be connected together (synesthesia). Finally, conclusions are drawn. The paper, by reviewing the available bibliography, combines geology with natural architecture and aims to create a better understanding of the characteristics of geoforms and the space of the landscape that surrounds them through the senses of the human body.