The Oceanis Farm came into reality in 2012 when the hotel's owner decided to fulfil his passion about agriculture and merge it with his second passion, hospitality. Following his ancestors' knowledge on agriculture, he decided to cultivate his father's farm with some common vegetables, like courgettes, lettuces, cucumbers and tomatoes. The gifted soil of the estate offered a total cultivation of approximately 28 tones which was not robust enough to supply all of our produce needs, but it was a great start. Five years later, in 2017, the farm has expanded rapidly both in variety and in size, covering 215 acres and cultivating 45 different types of plants, ranging from traditional Greek fruits and vegetables, like tomatoes, potatoes, courgettes, onions and lettuces to exotic fruits, like mangos, passion fruits, prickly pears and bananas. The total production of 2018 was 185 Tones, giving us the privilege to offer to our valued guests an experience of eating fresh raw materials in great quality throughout the season. The production of 2021, based on data until September, is estimated to be even greater, almost at 240 Tones.