The Domaine covers an area of some 18 hectares. The rows of vines are divided up by small paths, lined with rosemary and lavender, brightly coloured roses and sweet scented mimosas, almond and pomegranate trees.
In addition to the central stone building which houses the state-of-the-art winery, Eva-Maria Boehme and Harry Antoniou have also gradually transformed a series of old, abandoned wine presses into small guesthouses, which, in architectural terms, blend tradition with modern comforts.
The small chapel of St. Haralambos, whose interior was decorated by Greek hagiographers Lydia and Fotis Sarris, shows scenes thanking God for the fine harvest.
The alfresco area in front of the church, landscaped with natural stone and finely decorated, can seat up to 200 people.