In Greek mythology, “Ianthe”, (which means purple or violet flower), was a name attributed to three figures in Greek mythology.
- Ianthe was a Cretan girl who was betrothed to Iphis. Iphis was a woman raised as a man; she also fell in love with Ianthe and prayed to the gods to allow the two women to marry. She was changed by Hera into a man, and became Ianthe’s husband.
- Ianthe, one of the 3,000 sons and daughters of the Titan Oceanus and Tethys, the Oceanids. She is mentioned as one of Persephone’s escorts to Hades.
- Ianthe, a young girl, so beautiful that when she died the Gods made purple flowers grow around her grave.
The “Ianthe” has:
One double bed and one single bed.
Anatomic bed mattress.
Large balcony overlooking the sea and the mountain.
Bathroom with a walk-in shower and hydro-column.
Mosquito nets in the windows.
The room has a fully equipped kitchen