Icarus, was was the son of the master craftsman Daedalus, the creator of the Labyrinth. According to ancinet Greek mythology, Icarus and Daedalus attempted to escape from Crete by means of wings that Daedalus constructed from feathers and wax. They were the first humans that were able to fly and although Deadalus explicitly warned Icarus not to fly too close to the sun as it would cause the wax on his wings to melt, his warnings were neglected and Icarus fell and was lost in the Aegean sea, thus naming part of the Aegean sea, Icarian Pelagos.
Icarus was the litteral example and cause of the metaphoric phrase “If you fly too close to the sun, you will get burned”.
The Icarus suite is 40 sqm, although it can be perfectly combined with the semi-detached Eros suite next to it, it has been constructed with maximum privacy in mind, with a separate entrance, in respect to traditional architecture. All necessary indoor and outdoor facilities are provided. Its indoor spaces can accommodate up to two people and offer one master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom connected to a fully equipped kitchen and a sunlit living room. The outdoor space consits of a 66 sqm half-shaded veranda offering a magnificent island view and an atmospheric pool of 15 sqm with easy access which includes 2 hydro-jets for extra relaxation while enjoying the view and 2 more hydro-jets for counter current swimming.
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