Lyra was often represented on star maps as a vulture or an eagle carrying a lyre. Lyra is visible from the northern hemisphere from spring through autumn, and nearly overhead, in temperate latitudes, during the summer months. From the southern hemisphere, it is visible low in the northern sky during the winter months.
The Lyra constellation gives his name to a traditional junior suite characterized by its architectural details and individual decorative style. It has a spacious lounge with double bed or twin beds and a small area with a decorative fire place. It has a sofa bed in the living room that can accommodate another person. The original Cretan features were retained, and Lyra will remind you the traditional village house with its style and history. It is a ground floor suite.
Tip: There is an authentic stone made water trough at the entrance used by the villagers for water and to do their laundry.
Capacity: The “Lyra” suite can host 2 adults & 1 child or 1 adult on the sofa bed.