Tsatsiki is an inquisitive boy with a Swedish mother, a faraway Greek father an a lot of questions. For example: where does he belong, and what's it like to fall in love? When summer arrives he can't wait to go to Greece, where he remembers, his father is a rich man with a hotel and an olive grove. As proof of his fatherly love he once promised Tsatsiki that it all will stay in the family, always. But things are different now. Crisis has struck and the hotel is empty. All the tourists are going to an all-inclusive resort where they have everything, except the real Greece. When Tsatsiki learns his dad might have to sell the hotel and orchard, he feels heartbroken and betrayed. Still, he can't believe there won't be a solution. Tsatsiki's mother has taught him never to give up, so with the fearless girl Alva and his best friend Hammar, from Sweden, he resolves to come up with a plan.