Our initial idea was to designate fundamental nodal points within the area – places that offer the most attractive viewpoints, reveal the locality’s points of interest, and accentuate the uniqueness of each island. These points were interconnected through various pedestrian nature trails or supplemented with additional functions. However, our goal was not to suppress, regulate, or subjugate the natural landscape but rather to enhance its character and enable exploration from different perspectives. Consequently, some areas feature more formal green spaces with park facilities, where nature partially gives way to human presence. In other places, nature is more demanding, and one finds themselves in a green oasis on an almost invisible path, surrounded by flourishing flora and fauna. Thus, the Eastern Archipelago becomes a place of exploration – of its topography, vegetation, and vastness.