We are what we live and we live what we are. Hanukeii is something difficult to explain but easy to understand if you feel it. It is an indescribable sensation, which makes you sigh at that exact moment, in which you are finally aware that your worries have been left behind and you begin to feel happy enjoying a good time.

Do you remember that emotion that do you have every time you experience something for the first time?

Like when after a long trip, you roll down the car window and let the air in, you lean on the edge of the window and you begin to perceive the smell of salt, that smell of the sea that fills us with joy and excitement. It is the sea welcoming you, announcing that you are getting closer to meeting it.

Or that unique moment, when you approach the shore of the beach, you stay barefoot and feel how the soft sand, which begins to cover your feet, slips between your fingers every time the sea comes, it goes for it, cleaning your feet again and again, so that you are lighter, and you realize that your daily life will be, for now, on pause.

It is that sensation that the sea breeze gives you, which moving between the palm leaves, combs your hair, creating new strokes in it in its path, and which in turn It caresses your face, encouraging you to immerse yourself in the water and experience life, which is a precise moment, that is Hanukeii.


Hanukeii is tranquility

Hanukeii is the orange color of the sunset reflected on a calm sea. It is also the peace you feel when looking at it from the beach.

Hanukeii is the silence altered by the waves breaking next to you.

Hanukeii is the essence of “dolce far niente”, It is the pleasure of doing nothing. It is observing how the sun, moving slowly, reaches its highest point in the sky, and how then, in the same way it has risen, it falls again.

When simplicity becomes something perfect, when the rush, excesses and tension seem to belong to a parallel reality. That's Hanukeii.

It's the walk home at night, sensing the sea in the background discreetly illuminated by the moon. Hanukeii is the feeling of waking up knowing there is time. To have breakfast, to run along the shore, to sleep a little more.

It is the nap on the beach under the umbrella after getting out of the water, it is the white line of the bikini next to the tan of the skin; Hanukeii is the sincere, pleasant and calm talks of the afternoon.

Hanukeii is, after all, what is most sought after: Hanukeii is a moment of tranquility.


Hanukeii is the break with routine.

It is that moment when the asphalt turns into sand, the cars into boats, the bag into a surfboard and the heels into sandals.

It is the moment before getting on the plane, it is the trip on the train, it is looking at the road through the car window while you imagine the moment of seeing the sea, somewhat blurred by the distance, in the horizon. It is the feeling of excitement when you know that there is little left to get there. It's the hair standing up from the humidity. It is reality when it exceeds expectations.

Hanukeii is time that disappears. It's the hours evaporating and the watch forgotten in a drawer. Hanukeii is having all the time in the world, it is being the owner of every minute, every moment and it is taking advantage of it in an atmosphere of calm.

It is not wanting the day to end, making a thousand plans, it is not It doesn't matter what time you go to sleep. Hanukeii is being able to not sleep to see the sunrise.

Hanukeii is also the bittersweet memory of the beach, the sun and the sand that continues to appear from time to time between your shoes, even a few weeks after having returned home.