Our farm is in perfect co-operation with nature, as we follow the natural growth rates of plants and animals, because we focus on quality rather than quantity. That is why we have reduced the feed to 70%, and we have turned to organic non-genetically modified feeders.
We also have full exploitation of solar energy with which we produce the electricity we need. We produce our own olive oil in the ancient way, pressing the olives with a stone cylinder and without mechanical means.
We use the natural dew of the soil to keep the food for a short time cool, placing it in clay pots buried in the soil.
We produce raki with the Minoan system in a clay distillery.
We cook in minoan clay pots with a tripod on charcoal and bake in the parastia (traditional oven) by lighting the woods.
We also emphasize that , at last, we all sit together at the table and enjoy the fruit of our effort, chatting and eating ... a companionship like the old times!