Heridanos

Heridanos (Latin: Eridanus) is a constellation that was first observed in ancient times by Ptolemaeus and it is one of the 88 official constellations adopted by the International Astronomical Union (IAU). It is a constellation of the Southern Hemisphere and it is partly visible from Greece.

Every residence has a living-room with a fireplace for ambient evenings in winter, a fully equipped kitchen, a bathroom, a sleeping-room and large balconies where you can enjoy the enchanting sunsets of the region Kyparissia.

The Heridanos apartment can accommodate from 2 to 4 people. All residences are equipped with the following:

  • An air-conditioner
  • An L.C.D. television
  • Wireless internet
  • A hair drier
  • An iron and an ironing board
  • A toaster

Rooms are being cleaned on a daily basis and bed sheets and towels are being changed every other day.