102 Paschali Hills Resort
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Studio / No Bedrooms / sleeps 2
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Brand new light and airy spectacular Penthouse in the Paschali Hill Resort in Peyia is an ideal romantic getaway.
To meet all your needs this apartment has been fully furnished to an extremely high and modern standard and is ideally located. It is within a mile of the centre of the traditional village of Peyia with all its tavernas, restaurants,bars, banks and supermarkets and bakeries. It is only 1.5 miles from the exclusive Coral Bay Resort and less than 2 miles from its fabulous sandy beaches, arguably the best on the island of Cyprus.
The apartment occupies an ideal position in an exclusive brand new development. Nestled in the higher slopes of the Peyia village, it is perfectly situated to provide a perfect base for a romantic break for two. It also benefits from being only minutes away by car from Coral Bay. Well served by supermarkets for all your self catering needs; and restaurants, tavernas, bakeries and banks for all your immediate needs.
Peyia is a ideal spot for a holiday experience of a lifetime.
The apartment is an easy 35 minutes drive from Paphos International Airport (easy to follow driving instructions provided) and only a 7 minutes drive to the fabulous Sandy beaches of Coral Bay (Check out VisitCyprus site for more details of local events and festivals, places to visit and nature walks).
The apartment is also well located for Ayious Georgious, The Akamas Peninsula and Polis and Latchi in the North in the Chrysochou Bay area.
The apartment is within easy driving distance of the Paphos Harbour. Guests staying in the complex have commented on the spectacular sea views.
The Views over Coral Bay, the Akamas Peninsula and the Chrysochou Bay area are unsurpassed in their natural beauty of rocky coves and crystal clear waters, except perhaps by the spectacular sea and mountain views, not to forget the stunning sunsets you will enjoy whilst staying at this Apartment that is unlike any other.
Send us a booking enquiry and we will see how we can best accommodate you and your needs for a holiday experience you will treasure for years to come.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, Studio|
|Nearest beach||Coral Bay 3 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Paphos International Airport 35 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, Sauna, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|Pool||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Children's pool|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Video player, CD player, Pool or snooker table, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, BBQ|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
A romantic covered balcony, gives this Studio apartment that feeling of space. Here you can the warm sunny weather and romantic dinners night after night.
The covered balcony, overlooking the spectacular sea views over Coral Bay and is an ideal spot from which to watch the breaking of a new dawn. the setting of the evening sun, dining al fresco or firing up the Gas BBQ for your own gourmet dinners for two!!
Guests have commented on the romantic setting of this Brand New Resort in the best part of Peyia.
|Further details outdoors|
This apartment is within 10 mins walking distance to centre of Peyia village and The Peyia Town Hall that is a popular venue for weddings. The charming local church, the fruit market, Phillipos supermarket, tavernas and restaurants and 24 hours ATM machines are all within walking distance of the apartment.
The walk up to the village is well worth it because of the spectacular views over Coral Bay from this high up the complex. .
The Apartment also comes with a large communal swimming pool, jacuzzi/children's paddling pool, Gym, Sauna for Men and Women. There are landscaped areas for you to stroll through and enjoy the spectacular views around the complex.
On-site facilities include Sauna, Gym & Jacuzzi. Rentals of over two weeks welcome. recommended local car hire will pick you up from airport , drop off at no extra charge .
The Paphos District
Paphos with its mountains, hills and coastal plain, its pine-clad forests, its laced and unspoilt beaches, its basilicas, monasteries, castles, mosaics (considered the finest in the Eastern Mediterranean), its medieval churches, and places of special interest which include Aphrodite's Rock (Petrou tou Romiou) the birthplace of the Godess of Love, the Sanctuary of Aphrodite (Kouklia) and the Baths of Aphrodite and the natural wonders like the impressive gorge at Avakas in the still protected and pristine Akamas area, constitutes an attractive and incredibly fascinating holiday destination that truly does have something for everyone.
The wealth of cultural, historical, physical and economic features led to Paphos being declared as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site.
Discover why all year round tourists flock to the charming and picturesque old harbour of Paphos, from all over the world. Its fish restaurants are frequented by locals and tourists alike. Away from its beautiful beaches and the rich historical sites, the Paphos Harbour provides a bustling seafront promenade that has been recently pedestrianised, although car access is also also provided for during the daytime. The harbour is well worth a visit at different times of the day and evening. This way you will see it in all its splendour. Get your portrait taken, get a water colour painting or postcard from the local Cypriot Water Colour artist, get your name crafted on a metal wire and mounted on a chain or get a strand of your hair braided for a handful of Euros.
Visit Coral Bay, which is within minutes drive of the apartment. The horseshoe cove with its two edges ending in abrupt cliffs and the middle constitutes a long stretch of fine grained sandy beach bordered by the rock of coral limestone from which the Bay gets its name. The most spectacular views of Coral Bay can be seen as you head out of Peyia (Pegeia villageafter refreshments or a lunch visit).
About 8 Km north-west of Peyia there is a tiny settlement of cafes, restaurants and a modern whitewashed church dedicated to St George and much venerated by the people of the surrounding villages which is well worth a visit, again at different times of the day. The local Fish Taverna is popular with both tourists and locals. There is also a small sheltered fishing harbour with a small beach that tourists flock to in the summer months. Just opposite the sea lies the picturesque isle of St George or Geronisos, at a distance of 300 metres. The island is home to sea gulls, rock doves and is covered with lentisk, thyme and various herbs. The isle was once inhabited judging by the findings of wells, cisterns and foundations of houses belonging to the Hellenistic period.
Polis which lies in between the Chrysochou Bay with the Paphos forest on the right and the Akamas peninsula on the leftis well worth a visit. It is on the way to the picturesque harbour of Latsi or Latchi. Just like Coral Bay it is also a horseshoe shape but with two stone jetties flanked by two lighthouses. Dozens of fishing boats, small and large are moored in the harbour and various bags containign fishing nets are almost always lined up on the jetty. Fishermen, withtheri assistants still start off at midnight when there is a moon to fish up the Akamas,or even further afield to Kioni then Cape Pomos and even towards Rhodes where th elocal cruises from Paphos Harbour sail to.
The Avakas Gorge - accessible only with a 4x4 is about 2 km long originating in Koloni and ending in Toxeftra and is the combined product of valley deepening and rising of the land in relation to the sea.
The Akamas region, often referred to as the Akamas Peninsula, in the extreme north-west of the island, is a rugges, wild and attractive area with unspoilt beachesand rocky coastlne. The area is a nature reserve and can be explored through well signposted and marked nature trails.
The Baths of Aphrodite are where the roads from Polis and Latchi comes to an end, at the edge of the Akamas. The tourist pavilion close by, built on a steep cliff serves food and overlooks spectacular sea views of crystal clear waters. The pebbled beach and the huge blocks of rocks on the sea bed render the sea ideal for underwater exploration and spotted semi-precious stones like agate, rose quartz, jasper, jade, adventurine and even small rounded and polished pieces of pumice stone if you are lucky.
Please feel free to :.call +447765167414 to discuss your requirements.
The apartment is situated in Peyia, overlooking the crystal clear turquoise and green waters of the Coral Bay area. It is situated about 12 kms from the main town area of Paphos and is reached by driving along a delightful coastal road fringed with the spectacular sea views over the Coral Bay region of the Mediterranean Sea. You will pass hotels, restaurants and tavernas. The village lies about 4km above Coral Bay which is regarded as having the best beaches in the Republic of Cyprus. Coral Bay has a wide range of hotels, restaurants, tavernas and entertainment to cater for a wide variety of tastes and visitors.
The villa of Peyia is a delightful combination of traditional large Cypriot village and new developments. There are several tavernas in the main cistern-fountain square, Cypriot coffee houses, supermarkets, banks, church and a mix of new and renovated pubs and bars.
Paphos is the nearest big town with its shops and choice of taverna and shops. An evening or afternoon enjoying a meal or a cool drink overlooking the hustle and bustle of the Harbour is highly recommended. From here the Fort and some of mosaics are within walking distance and well worth a visit.
The seafront area of Kato (lower) Paphos is situated along a picturesque harbour on a low lying plain.and sis a popular tourist attraction. Pano Paphos is the hilltop town featuring pretty lanes, taverns and local shops.
Peyia's central location means that you not only have beautiful beaches, mountains, hills and coast views but you also have easy access to pine-clad forests, unspoilt areas of natural beauty, historical places of interest (basilicas, monasteries, castles, some of the finest mosaics and medieval churches in this part of the Mediterranean.
Families can enjoy outings to the waterpark and aquarium when they are not relaxing on the beach or sightseeing. Or, they can just relaxing around the pool area and have a splash in the pool to cool down.
There are many places a visitor can enjoy a great evening out in Peyia, Coral Bay and in Paphos. Cabarets, discos, restaurants & hotels with live Greek and pop music mean you have the option of enjoy singing and dancing into the early hours of the morning.
You may want to just enjoy a quiet evening exploring the many romantic cafes and tavernas around the harbour and along the coast and in Kato Paphos area.
Food & Drink
Try the local Mezzes - a collection of hot and cold appetisers served in small dishes. Try Kleftiko, a local dish of lamb cooked very slowly in sealed earthenware pots in the villages.
You can sample a variety of wine - Cyprus boasts four big wineries: EKTO, KEO, LOEL and SODAP as well as well established smaller wineries at Chrysorrongiatissa Monastery, Arsos, Agios Amvrosios, Anogyra, Pelendri, Koilani and Kathikas to mention just a few.
You can enjoy refreshing locally produced Carlsberg and KEO beer on hot sweltering days.
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9 Jun 2013
My wife and I had an excellent honeymoon type holiday at Paschali. Nice view peaceful balcony. Clean appartment. Some nights we went for dinner on Paphos habour(need to go there) other nights we ordered Chinese and Indian food from the local village. You can spent the days in Jacuzzi sauna or the the two swimming pool. Or go for long walks on Coral beach or the many beaches around like we did. We also speend the last day at Paphos zoo not far away. For a romantic, peaceful and sunny holiday I recommend 102A Paschali.
Dear mohamed, thank you for writing reveiw. We are glad you enjoyed your stay at our studio , and paphos , we hope to see you in the future . Regards , paul /elaine
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