The sea water foams as the ship's keel displaces it and the bright path left by the sun's rays is visible in the background. We see in front of us the mountains of Ithaca and a little further down the cave that Telemachus ran aground when he returned from Sparta.
We see Vathi (capital of Ithaca) from a distance, which is protected in a natural bay, as it is surrounded by the mountain Nirito and the white traditional houses as well as the Venetian mansions at the background.
We watch panoramic views of the blue waters of the bay, the mountains of the island and the small island of Lazaretto, the disinfection station where the boats stopped for public health care examination and later a prison.
The lens looks for the place where the Phaeacians placed the sleeping Odysseus and stands in the cave where with the help of the goddess Athena, Odysseus hid King Alcinous’ gifts, from where his friend comes out. Afterwards, the lens wanders to the steep slopes of the mountain and the film closes with the wave that breaks with urge on the steep cliffs.