In the settlement of Mesaria, Santorini, a complex of vacation dwellings is under construction, consisting of nine dwellings divided into three buildings. The eight dwellings are two-rooms about 45sqm each and have a spacious bedroom with living room, bathroom and independent kitchen-dining area. The ninth dwelling is an independent maisonette of 80sqm developed on two levels. Downstairs is the living room, kitchen, dining room and w.c., while upstairs is the master bedroom with en suite bathroom and walk in closet. All dwellings have spacious terraces overlooking the sea. The three buildings are characterized by Cycladic simplicity and pure volumes. The design of the interior consists of minimal lines, mainly with the use of white plaster. The element of white colour particularly emphasizes the dominance of Cycladic architecture in a minimal space even with the use of wood. The plasticity of the space is highlighted by the various openings, in which emphasis has been placed, where natural light enters. The outdoor area is formed with pergolas and semi-outdoor areas where the tenant can enjoy the unobstructed sea view.