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Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Swimming Pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden
  • Car not necessary

A newly built, beautifully furnished,  bedroom Villa just few  minutes walk from Nissi beach with fantastic views of the sea.

The ground floor is fully open plan, comprising lounge, kitchen and dining area. The lounge area is furnished with a lovely, comfortable sofa . A flat screen TV and DVD player are provided for your entertainment. Accordion style glass doors open onto the front patio, offering fantastic views of the beach and sea.The very stylish and modern kitchen has built-in cupboards, electric hob/oven, full fridge-freezer, toaster, coffee maker, microwave, dish washer and all the necessary crockery, cutlery and utensils. The dining area has an elegant dining table with seating for six.A spacious guest WC with washbasin is situated next to the stairs. This room also houses the washing machine.Bedrooms are situated on this floor along with a family-sized bathroom which comprises a bath with shower head, washbasin and WC. The bedrooms consist of one double bedroom at the front with a private balcony, offering wonderful sea views and a second and thrird bedrooms with twin beds and a private balcony with patio furniture.Air-conditioning is provided throughout the property.The  pergola area  of the property has a tiled patio area and a wooden deck for sun bathing and a prvate pool and a mature garden .

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Larnaca International
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General TV, CD player
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking

The Famagusta region

Famagusta Area

Although the actual city of Famagusta was a popular destination for tourists in the 1960s, it now remains under Turkish occupation since 1974.

The "free" Famagusta area to the south however has become the main destination for summer holidays due to its extensive sandy beaches and nightlife in the Agia Napa and Protaras areas.

The "free" Famagusta areas are: Paralimni Town, Dherynia Village, Sotira Village, Liopetri Village and the village of Frenaros.

Due to the rich red colour of the soil, the Famagusta area, it has always been known as Kokkinohoria (red soil villages).

Visitors around the world come to enjoy the fascinating combination of traditional rural life and all the elements of an established tourist centre in the Paralimni and Ayia Napa areas.

If you are in the mood for a true Cypriot delicacy then simply venture out to any of the villages where traditional tavernas offer both excellent food and great value for money. Family run tavernas are usually located in a traditional property which has been completely restored to its former glory.

The villages of the Famagusta area are renowned island wide for their folk poets and traditional song performers.

Sites

The medieval Monastery - located central to Ayia Napa, built in 1570 by the Venetians.

Nissi Beach - 4 km from the harbour. A pure white sand beach and turquoise water with a variety of water sports on offer.

Macronissos Beach - On the outskirts of Ayia Napa. The water is very shallow and great for families with small children.

Cape Greco - Located at the most eastern point of Agia Napa. Its views are stunning, rugged shoreline in contrast with sandy beaches to the west, sea caves, cliffs, and sparkling blue waters. Great for diving, snorkelling or just sitting back and watching the view, also a favourite with cyclists and walkers.

Fig Tree Bay – The famous white sandy beach at the heart of Protaras

Museums

Marine Life Museum, Ayia Napa - Located in the lower level of the Town Hall the museum was the first of its type to focus on the past and present aspects of the island's marine life. There is an excellent fossil collection as well as a photographic exhibition including a reconstructed seabed dating from the dinosaur age.

Thalassa Municipal Museum of the Sea, Ayia Napa - Situated next to the CTO Office – worthy of a visit. Thalassa or The Sea is the exclusive theme of this museum. Artefacts, vases, statues, sculptures, seascape paintings by local and Greek artists and other exhibits are on display but the main highlight is the life size replica of the 3rd century BC Kyrenia merchant ship which was discovered in 1965 on the seabed off the Kyrenia coast.

Folk Art Museum, Dherynia - This museum is in fact a traditional Cypriot house filled with household items and farming tools from bygone days. The main bedroom is also complete with a traditional wedding bed and lace curtain canopy.

Family Fun

Water World Water Park - Located in Ayia Napa is the biggest theme-waterpark in europe with a great variety of slides. The park's theme is "Ancient Greece".

Parko Paliatso – Opened in August 1999 with small rides for children such as bumber boats, battery cars, mini wheels, small carousel, convoy, bumber cars and etc. Today, Paliatso Park has more than 25 different attractions. The biggest and most popular attraction being the Sling Shot, the Highest Ejection seat ride in Europe, catapulting you 80 metres into the sky in 2 seconds.

 

Ayia Napa

AYIA NAPA 

Ayia Napa is located near the south east tip of Cyprus close to the beautiful nature reserve of Cape Greco. Cyprus’ moderate climate and geography has throughout history made it a desirable location. Ayia Napa’s golden white sandy beaches and Safe, shallow, calm and crystal clear water have made this coastline a true paradise. It was once a small fishing village clustered around an ancient monastery and was later hailed as the Ibiza of the Eastern Mediterranean, has in recent years toned down its clubbing image and reformed itself into a resort for all the family.Ayia Napa offers a fantastic selection of diverse restaurants catering to every taste. The picturesque harbour is very well known for its fish cuisine and is also frequented by the locals.

ATTRACTIONS: The medieval Monastery -  located central to Ayia Napa, built in 1570 by the Venetians.

Nissi Beach - 4 km from the harbour. A pure white sand beach and turquoise water with a variety of water sports on offer.

Macronissos Beach - On the outskirts of Ayia Napa. The water is very shallow and great for families with small children.

Cape Greco - Located at the most eastern point of Agia Napa. Its views are stunning, rugged shoreline in contrast with sandy beaches to the west, sea caves, cliffs, and sparkling blue waters. Great for diving, snorkelling or just sitting back and watching the view, also a favourite with cyclists and walkers.

Marine Life Museum - Located in the lower level of the Town Hall the museum was the first of its type to focus on the past and present aspects of the island's marine life. There is an excellent fossil collection as well as a photographic exhibition including a reconstructed seabed dating from the dinosaur age.

Thalassa Municipal Museum of the Sea - Situated next to the CTO Office – worthy of a visit. Thalassa or The Sea is the exclusive theme of this museum. Artefacts, vases, statues, sculptures, seascape paintings by local and Greek artists and other exhibits are on display but the main highlight is the life size replica of the 3rd century BC Kyrenia merchant ship which was discovered in 1965 on the seabed off the Kyrenia coast.

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