…in the heart of Minori, the Proto brothers have restored a prestigious 18th century building, transforming it into an exclusive residence. Starting from the name of the structure, Antica Rheginna, and those of the eight junior suites: Galatea, Calypso, Teti, Electra, Ligeia, Amphitrite, Amatea, Xanthus…
Rheginna is the nymph depicted in the mosaics of the Roman Maritime Villa of Minori, personification of the beach of Minori. The name comes from the ancient Greek ῥήγμίν [rhegmini] and stands for “the breaking of the waves” as well as “beach”, the place where the waves break.
From the Greek Γαλάτεια; “she who has milky-white skin”. She helped sailors in navigating.
From the ancient verb καλύπτω (kalýptο) “to hide”, Calypso is the goddess of the depths of the sea.
The most beautiful of the Nereids. She had the gift of metamorphosis, which added to her charm.
She is the goddess of the gushing water.
She is the nymph of the enchanting song.
The goddess of crashing waves. She was Poseidon’s bride.
She is the sand goddess.
She is the goddess of the shore and the coast.
The rooms are equipped with:
Discounted free parking 100 metres from Ancient Rheginna
Double bed plus one single bed/three single beds
International electrical sockets and telephone charging sockets
Air conditioning and independent heating
Breakfast is included in the price of the room and is served at one of the affiliated structures in the town
Antica Rheginna has also thought of small groups and families, with family Junior Suites consisting of two rooms connected by a shared entrance, but independent from the other rooms of the structure