Odyssey describes Ithaca as an Island with its location in the Lonian Sea in Greece. Ithaca has been described as a vital setting of the famous myths of ancient Greece. In this regard, Odyssey valued this highland the most because he lived there and considered himself a rightful ruler for the highland. Odyssey has been featured to care for his home for indicated that Ithaca is his home and it has mountains and it lies low furthest to the sea but he had to go and defend it from its enemies. He indicated that, “I am Odysseus, Laertes’ son, world-famed for stratagems: my name has reached the heavens. Bright Ithaca is my home: it has a mountain, Leaf-quivering Neriton, far visible.Around are any islands, close to each other, Doulichion and Same and wooded Zacynthos. Ithaca itself lies low, furthest to sea.” As a result, this confirms the value that he had accorded to home.