Villa Okeanis

  • Acreage: 60 Ft²
  • Guests: 4
  • Bed: 2
  • € 211 / Night
  • Pricing Plans
Okeanis is one of the nymphs called “Oceanids”. The Oceanids are the 3.000 nymphs of the ocean and salt water. Sailors routinely honored and entreated the Oceanids, dedicating prayers, libations, and sacrifices to them. Appeals to them were made to protect seafarers from storms and other nautical hazards. Before they began their legendary voyage to Colchis in search of the Golden Fleece, the Argonauts made an offering of flour, honey, and sea to the ocean deities, sacrificed bulls to them, and entreated their protection from the dangers of their journey. Their father was the mythical, earth-encircling, deep-flowing, fresh-water river Okeanos/Oceanus, their Mother was Tethys, a mighty sea-goddess, and their brothers the Potamoi (also 3.000 in number) were the personifications of the great rivers of the world. The eldest daughter Styx, was the only female river deity, in a world full of river gods. Others, such as Doris and Amphitrite, were clearly represented as goddesses of the sea. But figures, such as Metis, who was Zeus’ first wife, seemed to have no connection with water. She was the goddess of prudence and wisdom, convincing proof of which, she displayed in her successful administration of the potion that caused Cronus to yield up his children. She was endowed with the gift of prophecy, and foretold to Zeus that one of their children would gain ascendency over him. But in order to avert the possibility of the prediction being fulfilled, he swallowed her before any children were born to them. Feeling afterwards violent pains in his head, he sent for Hephæstus, and ordered him to open it with an axe. His command was obeyed, and out sprang, with a loud and martial shout, a beautiful being, clad in armor from head to foot. This was Athene, Goddess of Armed Resistance and Wisdom.  
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
  • 4-person Jacuzzi
  • 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
  • Iron board with iron
  • Kettle
  • Kitchen range hood
  • Linen
  • 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
  • 4-person Jacuzzi
  • 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
  • Iron board with iron
  • Kettle
  • Kitchen range hood
  • Linen
  • Microwave
  • Multi cutter
  • Outbreaks
  • Private Terrace
  • Refrigerator-freezer
  • Safe
  • Shampoo, body wash
  • Slippers
  • Smart home system
  • Telephone
  • Toaster
  • Utensils
Okeanis is one of the nymphs called “Oceanids”. The Oceanids are the 3.000 nymphs of the ocean and salt water. Sailors routinely honored and entreated the Oceanids, dedicating prayers, libations, and sacrifices to them. Appeals to them were made to protect seafarers from storms and other nautical hazards. Before they began their legendary voyage to Colchis in search of the Golden Fleece, the Argonauts made an offering of flour, honey, and sea to the ocean deities, sacrificed bulls to them, and entreated their protection from the dangers of their journey. Their father was the mythical, earth-encircling, deep-flowing, fresh-water river Okeanos/Oceanus, their Mother was Tethys, a mighty sea-goddess, and their brothers the Potamoi (also 3.000 in number) were the personifications of the great rivers of the world. The eldest daughter Styx, was the only female river deity, in a world full of river gods. Others, such as Doris and Amphitrite, were clearly represented as goddesses of the sea. But figures, such as Metis, who was Zeus’ first wife, seemed to have no connection with water. She was the goddess of prudence and wisdom, convincing proof of which, she displayed in her successful administration of the potion that caused Cronus to yield up his children. She was endowed with the gift of prophecy, and foretold to Zeus that one of their children would gain ascendency over him. But in order to avert the possibility of the prediction being fulfilled, he swallowed her before any children were born to them. Feeling afterwards violent pains in his head, he sent for Hephæstus, and ordered him to open it with an axe. His command was obeyed, and out sprang, with a loud and martial shout, a beautiful being, clad in armor from head to foot. This was Athene, Goddess of Armed Resistance and Wisdom.  
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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