The long and winding road in Þyrilsnes becomes a symbol for the journey that individuals struggling with drug addiction take on their way to recovery. Just like the bird Eider, that only stops by for a moment but nevertheless finds the security in the isolation of the headland for its offspring to find their footing in life, individuals in recovery can nest there for a while, and find inner balance to cope with daily life in interaction with nature. The society is built up on these premises and nestles in the landscape at the headland’s end, offering personal and peaceful spaces.