Both verandas are fully equipped with tables for eating-out at fresco, chairs, sun beds and sun-umbrellas:
One is facing the garden and the sea and the other one has direct, panoramic sea-views! Direct sea-views are obtained from inside your villa too.
Physically challenged: All rooms are accessible. Gardens and dining areas are accessible by wheelchair.
All the effort we put to make it more comfortable for you.
All interior equipment for your self-catering needs.
Happy to offer you:
Quality beach towels are provided. Save space in your luggage.
Light summer dressing gowns are provided (adults only) to ensure your freedom of movement into your villa.
Note1: Even if your desired type of villa is not available within some of your dates, we might combine availability with another type of villa or nearby accommodation, so please do not hesitate to fill in a SIMPLE CONTACT FORM with your needs.
Note2: PRICES SHOWN IN THE CALENDAR BELOW ARE FOR UP TO 3 PEOPLE
Calypso is named after the Calypso nymph in Greek Mythology, said to be the daughter of the Titan Atlas! Calypso is remembered most for her role in Homer's Odyssey, in which she keeps the fabled Greek hero Odysseus on her island to make him her immortal husband.
According to Homer, Calypso kept Odysseus prisoner at Ogygia for seven years. Calypso enchants Odysseus with her singing as she strolls to and from across her weaving loom, with a golden shuttle. During this time they sleep together, although Odysseus soon comes to wish for circumstances to change.
Odysseus can no longer bear being separated from his wife Penelope and wants to go to Calypso to tell her. His patron goddess Athena asks Zeus to order the release of Odysseus from the island, and Zeus orders the messenger Hermes, to tell Calypso to set Odysseus free, for it was not his destiny to live with her forever. She angrily comments on how the gods hate goddesses having affairs with mortals, but eventually concedes, sending Odysseus on his way after providing him with wine, bread, and the materials for a raft.
Pasithea was the personification of relaxation and meditation in Greek mythology.