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Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 8
The exclusive villa is detached on its own plot, with a private pool, in a stunning location. Set on a ridge overlooking the sea, from the terrace you have a 270 degree panoramic, uninterrupted view across to the sea and Trudos mountains providing a peaceful and private location in which to completely relax yet only being a few minutes from either the sea or lively tavernas.
It is only a five minute walk from the local shops, tavernas and 10 minutes drive from the beautiful safe beaches of Latchi. There are many lovely tavernas, on the beach and by the crystal clear sea, or at the harbour.
The village of Drushia is located next to the Arkamis peninsula within the National Park. There are many accessible activities should you wish to pursue them within the area, that cater for all ages. They can be arranged by our on - site manager who will support you whilst staying at the villa. Apart from water sports at the marina in Latchi, activities range from walking, mountain biking on the peninsula, rock climbing locally and horse riding. Golfing is available within a 30 minutes drive.
The contemporary villa has furnishings that have been chosen with particular care in order to provide both comfort and relaxation.
In the lounge area are two large leather sofas with TV and DVD/ music player. The lovely oak dining table and matching chairs provide a lovely environment for dining. Patio doors open on to the terrace outdoor living area - pool, seating area, garden, and barbecue.
The villa has fly screens and hot and cold air-conditioning throughout. All the furniture is matching. There are two taps in the kitchen; one providing cold fresh spring water for drinking from a local fresh water spring and the other water from a reservoir which can be heated from solar panels. None of this at any extra cost. A private security barrier provides access to the villas.
You may also wish to visit the World Heritage sites in Paphos; natural conservation sites such as the turtle beach or local places of interest.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Paphos 27 km|
|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||Internet access, DVD player, Staffed property, Sea view|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 2 En suites|
|Furniture||2 Sofa beds, Double beds (2), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available|
|Further details indoors|
The twin bedroom is a very large room which has an extra footon and a Z bed. These are additional to the standard 8 beds and can provide 2 extra beds for children or small adults on top of 8 beds. Total 10 beds.
|Further details outdoors|
We have a Manager who can oversea all your holiday needs from your booking to your departure. He can support any day to day needs you may have as he lives in the locality.
The above prices are all inclusive of air conditioning.
A 20% deposit is required to secure a booking.
Bookings are usually Saturday to Saturday, although we are flexible.
Laundry and towels are provided in rental rates.
A returnable security deposit will be required on collection of the keys, of €50 to the manager.
About this location
The Paphos District
With over 320 days of beautiful sunshine, long sandy beaches, idyllic bays and unspoilt mountains, Cyprus has
Paphos itself is a bustling resort town 27 km away.
Paphos town is strongly connected to Greek mythology and its history. Paphos was the capital of Cyprus under the Polemy's, successors of Alexander the Great, when its harbour was a thriving port, and remained Cyprus's first city for more than seven centuries under Roman rule. It's said that Aphrodite, Greek goddess of love and beauty, rose from the waves and crashed on its shores. But returning to the modern day, enjoy a cool refreshing drink, a steaming Cypriot coffee or a mouth-watering meal in one of the taverns, restaurants or bars that dot the scenic harbour side and the luxury hotels along the coastline suit every taste and budget shores.
Paphos Castle was originally built as a Byzantine fort to protect its famous picturesque harbour, in the 13th century it was rebuilt by the Lusignans and then dismantled by the Venetians in 1570, who were unable to defend it against the Ottomans, who then restored and strengthened it after capturing the island.
Since 1935 it has been declared an ancient monument and is now considered as one of the hallmarks of the Paphos region. Just in front of the Castle, on the square, many cultural events take place, and during September each year the Paphos Aphrodite Festival takes place, which presents a different opera each year by famous artists who use the building as scenery.
Here, visitors will find a varied selection of shops, bars and restaurants, and a diversity of historical sites, such as, Paphos Medieval Fort at the harbourside, The Mosaics of Paphos and the Tomb of the Kings.
The villa is nestled at over 500 meters above sea level near the quiet village of Droushia, encompassing the rolling hills that overlook Chrysochou Bay. This beautiful location with its traditional environment, breathtaking views, authentic tavernas and long beaches really is the perfect setting for a relaxing luxury holiday.
The villa sits on the edge of Drushia a small traditional village with a couple of shops and tavernas, and tiny church and museum are within walking distance of the villa. The local vineyard in the next village has wine tasting. There is a small 5 star hotel on the edge of the village which offers fine dining. also a heath and beauty spa with evening entertainment.
Blessed with crystal clear waters,the area offers visitors the opportunity to experience life by the sea, and to enjoy the thrills of a wide range of water based activities, from fishing and sailing, to scuba diving, waterskiing, kite surfing etc. In addition, there are a wealth of ancient historical sites to be discovered and savoured.
In addition, the villa lies only a short distance from the Akamas National Park ... a protected area and home to an extraordinary variety of flora and fauna and other wildlife, and ideal for hiking, biking, jogging and horse riding. Further afield, the Troodos Mountains are easily within reach by car. All of these activities can be arranged by our onsite manager.
The picturesque fishing village Latchi situated on the North West Coast. Before tourism had discovered Latchi its main industry apart from fishing was the exportation of sea sponges. The main focal point of Latchi is the fishing harbour sporting fishing boats bobbing gently on the clear waters weighed down with nets, wicker baskets and the catch of the day. Fresh fish can be sampled in one of the many small stone build tavernas surrounding the harbour; a popular eating place for the locals. Sun worshippers and beach goers will appreciate the sandy/pebbly beaches nestling on the Akamas National Park. Cool waters and gentle summer breezes. By night Latchi becomes a hive of activity with night cruises, local discoth?que and a selection of bars and restaurants to choose from.
Populated with small fishing boats this is slowly becoming one of the most important attractions of the Paphos district
According to legend, the area that is now Latchi was once long ago, the scene of a dramatic tale between two young loves. In the time of the gods, Aphrodite, it is said, fell in love with a bold young hunter named Adonis. Adonis loved the thrill of hunting, Aphrodite, however was concerned for his safety. One day while hunting a wild boar he was killed as the raging boar buried its tusk in the young hunters side.
As Aphrodite rushed to the scene, she cut her delicate skin on the underbrush and tinged all the white roses pink. On finding Adonis she shed countless tears, which, as they struck the ground turned into anemones; the red drops of blood at the scene then turned into red roses. This legend explains how all the beautiful flowers came to be in this area.
Today Latchi remains a sleepy coastal town; the impact of tourism cannot be seen as greatly as in other towns, which allows the natural character of the place to shine through.
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29 Sep 2014
"A beatiful hidden gem in Drouseia, Cyprus"
My partner, mum & I stayed in this wonderful villa, which exceeded our expectations. We had a late arrival, flight and didn't arrive at the villa until 23.30pm, but the property manager was there… More
28 May 2014
"Excellent villa and stunning location"
The villa is extremely well-appointed and is a great place to spend a holiday. The rooms are spacious and comfortable and the outside space is wonderful. It was a real pleasure to sit by the large poo… More
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