Please contact the reception to inform the local Clinic and the National Public Health Organization for further instructions and information.
We are proud to inform you that we have adopted strict standards of cleanliness and hygiene in our premises. Following closely the guidelines of the World Health Organization and the Greek Government, we have taken additional preventive measures aiming at better shielding against Covid-19, providing our visitors and staff with a safe environment.
Check out will take place at 11 a.m. while check in is at 15.00 so that a thorough cleaning of the rooms is carried out.
The room you will be staying in has been cleaned, ventilated and disinfected before your arrival. All non-essential items such as leaflets and decorations have been removed. In order to avoid frequent contact of staff with your room, room cleaning and change of clothing will be done at your request. Cleaning and disinfection of rooms is carried out exclusively by specially trained personnel.
The frequency of cleaning and disinfection of pool areas has increased.
In water, disinfectants suitable for the current occasion are used.
Common-use areas are regularly cleaned and disinfected. The arrangement of seats and the distances between them have changed. Antiseptics and disinfectants have been installed in all common-use areas.
For reasons of public-health protection, we keep a record of the details of all staff members and the people who have stayed in the accommodation. The data kept are: name, nationality, date of arrival and departure, contact details (address, telephone, email). The file must be kept (Greek law 2084B / 30.05.2020 No. 1881) so that it is possible to communicate with the close contacts of any case of covid-19, which may be identified afterwards.
We wish you a pleasant and safe stay!
Nymphs were young women of divine origin, who were living in the wild nature. They were wandering on the mountains and they were accompanying Artemis, playing with her.
They were all beautiful, with long dark or blond hair and they were singing and dancing with Hylas in the fields and on the slopes, usually near springs.
Nymphs have survived in our popular tradition up to nowadays and they are the same creatures as fairies, who live on the mountains, in fairy-caves and fairy-springs.
It is always considered to be dangerous to meet them, since there are still myths on "fairy-taken" people such as Hylas. Only people who are born on a Saturday and moonstruck can notice them and see them dance.
In Sifnos, on the south-west part of the island, over Kamares, there is a temple dedicated to them, with the inscription «ΝΥPHΕΟΝ ΗΙΕROΝ».