Sacred island of Apollo, Delos had an economic and religious influence at its peak in the sixth century BC.Â Uninhabited for centuries, Delos is today an arid land, guarded by its
famous lionesses in white marble of Naxos. The vegetation is little varied.
The visitor who disembarks there is quickly touched by the unique perfume of the Flowers of Capers which pushes to the feet of the Fig Trees and which reign discreetly on the mineral atmosphere of the place.
Here time is frozen in an immobile sky saturated with azure, imprisoned for ever by links of Leather heated by a burning sun.
Fragrance Notes:Â Â
FIG TREE WOOD