Loutraki is a town in the prefecture of Corinth, in the Peloponnese in Greece.
The film opens with a shot of the tiled roof of the Church of Saint Georgios, which is just outside Loutraki, on the left side of the road that leads to Perachora, overlooking the Corinthian Gulf and further to the ridge of mountainous Corinth. A bus of that era, two men are walking on the street which later became the ring road of the city.
The filmmaker and his friends take a walk as they talk. The women are looking with curiosity some herbs and cut a few twigs of them. The camera gives us a panoramic shot of the coastline of the town and a young goat on a small hill.
Afterwards, we are in the port of Loutraki where people are walking next to the moored boats, the filmmaker's friends drink their coffee in a beach cafe, then they leave and get in the car.