The apartment is situated on the ground floor and sleeps up to 3 people. The living room and bedroom are fitted with thermostatically controlled radiators for the winter and air-conditioning for the summer.
The apartment comprises an air-conditioned living/dining room with additional floor fans and lounge seating for 3 and dining table and 4 chairs.
The living area leads onto a massive private terrace that faces directly onto the main pool with the second pool only a stones throw to the left. The 50m2 split level terrace is south facing which attracts maximum sunshine. The terrace is furnished with a table and chairs and 3 sun loungers. There is an electrically operated awning that, if desired, covers the top area of the terrace whilst the lower terrace is for sun bathing.
The fitted kitchen is equipped with modern appliances including washing machine, fridge/freezer, microwave, oven, grill, George Foreman, toaster and kettle.
The air-conditioned master bedroom has and a double bed with fitted wardrobes. There is a second very small room with a single bed.
The bathroom has a bath, shower and WC.
Allocated parking is provided.
The complex has a large walk-in swimming pool with jacuzzi and childrens pool. There is second smaller pool with jacuzzi. Both pools are surrounded by fantastic landscaped grounds where a number of communal sunbeds are provided. There are also 3 private sunbeds for this apartment.
Additional features of the apartment include all UK free to air TV, DVD player, free WIFI, safe deposit box, iron and ironing board.
Bed linen, bath & hand towels and also beach towels are provided.
The complex is only 100m from the seafront with the beach, bars and restaurants all less than a 5-minute walk from the property.
We have other properties available on the complex or within a minute walk.
|Size||Sleeps up to 3, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||200 m|
|Access||Car not necessary, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest Amenities||200 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (1), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Access||Parking, Wheelchair users|
The property is situated within easy reach of all of the areas of historical interest and close to 3 golf courses and a water park.
Paphos has over 330 days of sunshine per year and in the summer months the sun shines for 12 hours per day. Even in the winter months the temperatures rarely drops below 15C.
The charming west coast town of Paphos focuses around an attractive little harbour whose picturesque open-air fish restaurants line a quayside of bright fishing boats and pleasure craft.
With a population of just 28.000 Paphos nestles In the lee of the Western Troodhos Mountains, which add another dimension to this area of scenic beauty. The recent addition of its own international airport nearby has opened up the Paphos area, and the resort is graced with some luxury hotels along the coastline.
Paphos has an air of holiday charm combined with history, and olden-day elegance is lent to the town by its classical style buildings in the upper part of town which leads to the shopping area. The lower part of the town - known as Kato Paphos has a life of its own albeit so close by, down near the sea -home of the harbour, the fish tavernas, souvenir shops and several beautiful hotels with important archaeological sites around them.
Paphos is entwined with Greek mythology, and the legendary birth of Aphrodite on her shores brought fame and worshippers there to follow the cult of the Goddess. Landmarks associated with Aphrodite are the chunky, rugged rocks of her beautiful birthshore known as the Aphrodite Rocks or "Petra tou Romiou", the evocative sanctuary of Aphrodite at Kouklia Village, one-time shrine and scene of pagan festivals for thousands, the Baths of Aphrodite at Polis, supposed source of fertility and the Fountain of Love, or Fontana Amorosa, a few miles further into the Akamas Peninsula.
Even the town's name is linked to the Goddess, for Paphos was the name of the mythological daughter of Venus and Pygmalion.
Paphos became the capital of Cyprus under the successors of Alexander the Great - the Ptolemies and in those days its harbour was a busy, thriving port. It continued as the island's first city for more than seven centuries, retaining its importance under Roman rule Its most famous Governor Sergius Paulus, was converted to Christianity by St Paul in 45 AD.
But Paphos history dates back a great deal further. In fact the whole area abounds in historical and archaeological treasures.