Villa Naias

  • Acreage: 90 Ft²
  • Guests: 6
  • Bed: 3
  • € 284 / Night
  • Pricing Plans
“Naias” is one of the “Naiads” nymphs. In Greek mythology, the Naiads (Greek: Ναϊάδες) are a type of female spirit, or nymph, presiding over fountains, wells, ponds, springs, streams, brooks, marshes and other bodies of fresh water. Naiads were associated with fresh water, as the Oceanids were with saltwater and the Nereids specifically with the Aegean and Mediterranean Sea, but because the ancient Greeks thought of the world's waters as all one system, which percolated in from the sea in deep cavernous spaces within the earth, there was some overlap. The Naiad nymphs were sometimes classified by domain: (1) Pegaiai (Pegaeae) were the nymphs of springs; (2) Krenaiai (Crenaeae) were naiads of fountains and wells; (3) Potameides presided over rivers and streams; (4) Limnades and Limnatides inhabited lakes; and (5) Heleionomai were the nymphs of marshes and wetlands. Of the various types of Naiad, the Pegaiai and the Krinaiai were the ones most often individualized and worshipped. Those whose waters were believed to possess some special property might even have proper shrines and cults. In myth many Naiads were the wives of kings and hold a prominent place in the royal genealogies. Others, such as the beautiful daughters of the River Asopos, were loved by the gods. They often gave their names to towns, cities and islands, and as such were surely regarded as the goddess-protectors of a settlement's main water supply such as a spring, fountain, or well. The Naiads were in many ways female sex symbols of the ancient world and played the part of both the seduced and the seducer. Zeus in particular seems to have enjoyed the favors of countless Naiads and the other gods do not seem to have lagged far behind.
15:00-22:00
08:00-11:00
Possibility of refund when the reservation is canceled.
All children are welcome. Children from 0-13 years free of charge.
Pets are not allowed.

Room services

  • 2 bathrooms
  • 22 sq. feet private pool
  • 3 double-bed bedrooms
  • 43-inch smart TV
  • Air condition
  • Café furniture
  • Coffee maker
  • Cooking rings
  • Curtain
  • Dining room
  • Double beds (170x200)
  • Electric-squeezer
  • Extra Pillows
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Fully equipped
  • Intra-complex calls
  • Iron board with iron
  • Kettle
  • Kitchen range hood
  • Linen
  • Lux Sunbeds
  • Microwave
  • Multi cutter
  • Outbreaks
  • Private Terrace
  • Refrigerator-freezer
  • Safe
  • Shampoo, body wash
  • Slippers
  • Smart home system
  • Telephone
  • Toaster
  • Utensils

Room services

  • 2 bathrooms
  • 22 sq. feet private pool
  • 3 double-bed bedrooms
  • 43-inch smart TV
  • Air condition
  • Café furniture
  • Coffee maker
  • Cooking rings
  • Curtain
  • Dining room
  • Double beds (170x200)
  • Electric-squeezer
  • Extra Pillows
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Fully equipped
  • Intra-complex calls
  • Iron board with iron
  • Kettle
  • Kitchen range hood
  • Linen
  • Lux Sunbeds
  • Microwave
  • Multi cutter
  • Outbreaks
  • Private Terrace
  • Refrigerator-freezer
  • Safe
  • Shampoo, body wash
  • Slippers
  • Smart home system
  • Telephone
  • Toaster
  • Utensils
“Naias” is one of the “Naiads” nymphs. In Greek mythology, the Naiads (Greek: Ναϊάδες) are a type of female spirit, or nymph, presiding over fountains, wells, ponds, springs, streams, brooks, marshes and other bodies of fresh water. Naiads were associated with fresh water, as the Oceanids were with saltwater and the Nereids specifically with the Aegean and Mediterranean Sea, but because the ancient Greeks thought of the world's waters as all one system, which percolated in from the sea in deep cavernous spaces within the earth, there was some overlap. The Naiad nymphs were sometimes classified by domain: (1) Pegaiai (Pegaeae) were the nymphs of springs; (2) Krenaiai (Crenaeae) were naiads of fountains and wells; (3) Potameides presided over rivers and streams; (4) Limnades and Limnatides inhabited lakes; and (5) Heleionomai were the nymphs of marshes and wetlands. Of the various types of Naiad, the Pegaiai and the Krinaiai were the ones most often individualized and worshipped. Those whose waters were believed to possess some special property might even have proper shrines and cults. In myth many Naiads were the wives of kings and hold a prominent place in the royal genealogies. Others, such as the beautiful daughters of the River Asopos, were loved by the gods. They often gave their names to towns, cities and islands, and as such were surely regarded as the goddess-protectors of a settlement's main water supply such as a spring, fountain, or well. The Naiads were in many ways female sex symbols of the ancient world and played the part of both the seduced and the seducer. Zeus in particular seems to have enjoyed the favors of countless Naiads and the other gods do not seem to have lagged far behind.
15:00-22:00
08:00-11:00
Possibility of refund when the reservation is canceled.
All children are welcome. Children from 0-13 years free of charge.
Pets are not allowed.

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