Villa | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8
4 bedroom seafront luxury villa with spectacular views
We are proud to offer this exclusive 4 bedroom seafront villa with spectacular views and location. The property is set in private grounds within a gated community directly on the seafront. The property offers a large overflow swimming pool with plenty of space to sun lounge and relax enjoying the views and gardens. There is a bar and outdoor kitchen area which is ideal for preparing those outdoor summer dinners. The perfectly landscaped gardens then lead you directly to the sea shore. The villa offers luxurious and spacious living with most rooms in the property offering spectacular sea views. The open plan living area offers all the modern day luxuries, plasma TV, Satelitte, DVD, Wifi and fireplace. Comfortable lounge and dining facilities are available for more than 8 people. Kitchen area is fully equipped with everything you could require. Moving upstairs there are 3 double bedrooms, all with private en-suite shower rooms, and all with use of the sun terrace with 270 degree panoramic sea views. This area can be used to relax with a book, or fine dining with a view to remember. All beds are the highest quality and make for a good night sleep over looking the Mediterranean Sea. This property is perfect for the family holiday to remember and the best experience of high living in Cyprus.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms of which 4 Family bathrooms and 3 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (4)|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
It's hard to believe that only 20 years ago Ayia Napa was a sleepy fishing village with a population of 200. Named after a small church located in the centre of the village, Saint Panayia, meaning Mother of Christ, the village was transformed into a tourist resort after the invasion of Famagusta in 1974 which resulted in a huge loss of tourism for the island.
Contrary to popular belief, this cosmopolitan town isn't just a vast collection of pubs and clubs for the 18 to 30 crowd. In fact, there's something for everyone in this once sleepy fishing village. White sandy beaches set between un-spoilt coastal paths are the main attraction of this beautiful stretch of coastline and shallow turquoise waters provide a perfect setting for beach lovers.
The appeal of Ayia Napa is simply that it has so much to offer. Long stretches of sandy white beaches, hundreds of fantastic bars and restaurants and a multitude of attractions and activities for both day and night guarantee a fun-filled holiday for visitors of all ages.
Ayia Napa has easy access to the towns of Paralimni and Deryneia, and the resorts of Protaras, Pernera and Kapparis. Although Ayia Napa has supermarkets, restaurants and bars, we feel that a car is really essential for maximum pleasure.
Beaches in the Area
This beach lies west of Cape Greko. Its secluded golden sandy beach, matches perfectly with the blend of blue from the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean sea and the blue backdrop of the sky. Between Kermia Beach and Nissi beach you will find lots of little sandy coves including Ammos tou Kambouri, Gliki Nero, Pantachou, Loukkos tou Manti, Katsarka, Pernera and Vathia Gonia.
Nissi Beach - AyiaNapa
Nissi Beach has fine white sand and lovely clear waters to bathe in. It is a popular beach in the main season with the 'younger' tourist. You can hire sun-loungers, umbrellas and enjoy the sun, sea and sand.
Nissi Bay Beach (Sandy Bay) - AyiaNapa
Approximately 400m west of Nissi Beach area you will find Sandy Bay which is popular with families.
Landa Beach (Golden Bay Beach) - AyiaNapa
Landa Beach is located halfway between Nissi Bay Beach and Makronisos Beach, just a half kilometre walk from either. So, if Nissi Beach in Ayia Napa is just too busy to contemplate, head for Landa Beach instead. Landa Beach is 400 meters of golden sand and calm seas, a perfect place to chill out and relax after a hard night enjoying Ayia Napa's nightlife.
Macronisos Beach - AyiaNapa
Macronisos Beach is located just off the Nissi Avenue, in Ayia Napa. This is a quality, blue flag beach that is formed from a cluster of 3 bays. The sand is wonderfully thick and soft. A tractor with a plough treats the sand at the end of the day. It is a very popular and busy beach with its own diving school, if you fancy some scuba.
Ayia Thekla Beach - AyiaNapa
Located three kilometers west of Agia Napa, Agia Thekla is a small beach named after a tiny old church situated nearby. The beach is 300 meters long and 25 meters wide and covered with fine golden sand. Seas are calm. The beach is within walking distance from the main road leading to Agia Napa and is accessible by car, motorbike and bicycle as well as on foot.
Pernera is a small yet pretty harbor town on the eastern coast of Cyprus. It radiates a relaxed and easy-going atmosphere, so typical of the Mediterranean. The new floodlit boardwalk and coastal path means Protaras is now less than a 20-minute ocean-side stroll away from Pernera, day or night. The local water park in Pernera is ideal for families with its water rides, eateries and relaxing areas.
Pernera's main street winds its way down to the sea front, lined with many places to have a quiet drink and dine to your taste. The surrounding area is rich in sandy coves and beaches, ideal for soaking up the sun. Water sports are also popular in the warm and clear Mediterranean waters surrounding the town, with many companies operating along the sea front. Excursions by boat can also be arranged from the harbor. Pernera is ideal for families and couples who desire a relaxing and enjoyable holiday.
Pernera has easy access to the towns of Paralimni and Deryneia, and the resorts of Kapparis, Protaras and Ayia Napa. Although Pernera has supermarkets, restaurants and bars, we feel that a car is really essential for maximum pleasure.
Beaches in the Area
Golden Coast Beach/Louma Bay Beach
Entering Pernera, to the left of the Paralimni Harbor and Fishing Shack, is a broad open bay containing the two beaches of Golden Coast and Louma Bay, directly opposite each other. Both are wide spacious beaches with golden sand.
Pernera Bay Beach
Pernera beach itself is one of the nicest sandy beaches on the eastern coast of Cyprus. It also has its own dive centre, which offers everything from dives for beginners and fish feeding dives to dives to the Zenobia wreck, which is one of the world's top diving wrecks. Whilst diving here you will encounter reefs, caves and no end of fascinating marine life including parrotfish, rays, sea bass, groupers and eels.
A grassed area leads not only onto a lovely sandy beach but it also brings you to the beginning of the Boardwalk into Protaras, passing coves of sandy beach every now and then. The walk should take about 20 minutes, depending on how fast you walk, how hot it is and how many bars and restaurants you stop in along the way.
Marlita Beach (Potami Bay)
Just along the boardwalk in Pernera before you come to the end at Polyxenia Beach, is Marlita Beach. A sandy little beach with gently sloping bay.
The cosmopolitan resort of Protaras has become a European holiday hot-spot in recent years. Situated on the south-east coast of Cyprus, the resort stretches for over 10 kilometers, from the high cliffs of the Cape Greco national park to the hidden sandy coves of Paralimni.
Known as “the land of windmills” Protaras maintains the nostalgic quality of its past through its original windmills and Venetian architecture, whilst offering every amenity. In the hot months of July, the Paralimni Municipality organizes the Paralimni Cultural Festival. This festival is dedicated to the cultural heritage of Paralimni that is renowned for its folk poets and strong traditions. Events take place in Paralimni and Protaras, with the programme of the event including traditional dances, music performances and storytelling.
Protaras has easy access to the towns of Paralimni and Deryneia, and the resorts of Kapparis, Pernera and Ayia Napa. Although Protaras has supermarkets, restaurants and bars, we feel that a car is really essential for maximum pleasure.
Beaches in the Area
Vrisi Bay Beach
Vrisi Beach, along with Fig Tree Bay Beach, constitutes the main beach area of Protaras. The sand is fine but in some places it may be a little rocky in the water.
Fig Tree Bay Beach (Protaras Bay)
One of Cyprus' best known and most popular beaches, Fig Tree Bay takes its name from the tree that provided shade to locals before the area's popularity with tourists. With its long stretch of fine, white sand, clean and shallow water, the beach is a favorite with locals over the weekends, particularly those with small children. The island in the centre of the bay contributes to the calmness of the water. The beach has good road access and many amenities. The beach is well equipped with restaurant and water sport facilities and is situated in the heart of Protaras.
Loumbardi Bay Beach and Nissia Bay Beach (Mimosa Beach)
Two small beaches located either side of a headland, to the south of Central Protaras.
Konnos Bay Beach
This beautiful beach is located to the east of Ayia Napa between Cape Greko and Protaras. Konnos Bay is a beautiful wind-swept bay which is almost like a secluded beach. You have to go down the slope from the main road through some hairpin bends to reach the beach. The setting of this beach is amazing. Lovely sandy beaches and shallow waters make it ideal for young families.