Villa | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
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This Villa is just a few mins walk to the beach, this villa captured our attention with its uncomplicated style, exceptional furnishings, modern decoration and selection of fine accessories. No expense has been spared in creating this beautiful holiday home. Situated on a quiet complex, we also manage another villa just across the road from this property, making them ideal for groups of friends (please also view 048).
When you approach the villa, you will notice the small stone planted area with plants and shrubs in the front garden. To the left of the property is a gated, off road parking area, which leads to a pergola covered patio, ideal for relaxing on the comfortable wicker lounge furniture with bright orange cushions and rectangular glass top table. From here, you move to the rear of the property, where the beautiful pool and patio area is.
When you approach the villa, you will notice the small stone planted area with plants and shrubs in the front garden. To the left of the property is a gated, off road parking area, which leads to a pergola covered patio, ideal for relaxing on the comfortable wicker lounge furniture with bright orange cushions and rectangular glass top table. From here, you move to the rear of the property, where the beautiful pool and patio area is. Enjoy eating al fresco, the meal that you have cooked on the gas BBQ, at the shaded small round glass top table and 4 matching chairs. The crystal clear pool has a ladder, and a shower is provided for your convenience. Lounge on one of the four sunbeds, take in the lovely surrounding views and lose yourself amongst the peace and quiet. If you are feeling more energetic, table tennis is provided.
The villa is fully air conditioned and blinds are provided to cool the rooms should respite be needed from the glorious Cypriot sun.
Open the door and walk straight into the small but perfectly formed kitchen. Wooden cupboards and black granite work tops are complimented by the stainless steel fridge freezer, electric oven and hob, microwave and integrated washing machine and dishwasher. A ground floor w/c with sink and oval mirror is a welcome convenience and a separate storage cupboard is a useful extra.
The simple elegance of the dining area is shown through its large oval black glass table and six contrasting white leather chairs. A wavy full length mirror, adds to the feeling of space. Patio doors lead out to the shaded patio.
The black and white theme continues into the lounge with a white leather corner sofa and black oval shaped glass coffee table. WiFi access is an added bonus on top of the flat screen TV.
Marble staircase, decorated with small wall mirrors, has a small wooden hand rail at the top and leads to the first floor, where there are two bedrooms, a double and a twin, and a family bathroom with shower over bath, sink, oval mirror and frosted window.
The double room, located at the front of the property, is furnished with wooden bedside cabinets and lamps, and decorative art. A sliding door leads to the ensuite shower room with sink, round mirror and frosted window. Patio doors lead to a private balcony with sea views.
The twin room at the back of the villa has a chest of drawers with a large mirror, bedside cabinet and lamp and pictures above the beds. Patio doors lead to a balcony overlooking the local area.
An ideally situated villa, in a cool, clean modern style.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Firemans Beach 300 m|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Larnaka|
|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, Sea view|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Table tennis, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors||
Plasma TV in lounge, TV with PlayStation2 in twin room, iPod docking system, wi-fi internet access, outdoor table-tennis, Gas BBQ. 24hr friendly management company available should you wish to contact them.
|Further details outdoors||
Luxury outdoor lounge seating area.
Professional outdoor safety folding table tennis table with 4 bats and balls.
The Famagusta region
The Famagusta District, on the island's east coast, was once the main port of Cyprus and a popular resort. After the Turkish invasion the areas of Ayia Napa and Protaras were redeveloped to become one of the largest resort areas on the island with many hotels, shops, tavernas, discos and bars.
The town of Paralimni continues to grow in popularity and it gives easy access to some of the best beaches on the island. The resort of Protaras with Fig Tree Bay at its heart is always popular for holidays. The smaller resort of Penera is always a favourite for families and the upcoming star is the area of Kapparis, with its sandy beaches and own distinct area of tavernas and bars springing up, this promises to be a year round destination.
The villages slightly in land offer good value as they are only a ten minute drive from the coast. Frenaros and Dyrenia offer a more traditional way of life yet they are within very easy reach of the larger town of Paralimni. Move further south and you are in the better known resorts of Agia Napa, with its magnificent Nissi Beach and vibrant nightlife.
Away from the main tourist areas, many ex-pats live in the villages and towns only a short drive from the sandy coastline and far from going to sleep in the winter these areas offer a year round lifestyle.
The largest town in the eastern southern fringe of Cyprus, it has taken over as the administration centre for the Famagusta region. There is nothing you can't find here, modern shops and offices stand beside traditional coffee shops and old stores, you will find small roads that are towered over by old Venetian style houses, old women still wearing the traditional black garb and the men sitting outside the local coffee shops playing back gammon while the younger generation goes by in the latest fashions.
Beautifully constructed modern day churches overlook the old and crumbling architecture of the older worshiping grounds that house fading mosaics, a drink of coffee in a modern cafe whilst listening to the afternoon church service and the harmonious church bells as they ring out across the old square and warm smiles will greet you everywhere.
Paralimni has grown over the recent years and is now a location that offers year around living, modern shops radiate out from the village square, offering residents a wide choice for shopping, there is even a Marks & Spencers here!
About Agia Napa:
Much has been written about this resort and in the past it has suffered from a bad press, the truth is that this once small sleepy fishing village has grown into a great family resort area with lots of activities and entertainments for all the family, stunning new hotels and simply magnificent beaches is what makes visitors return year after year. Just a short drive away from the centre and you reach the peace and tranquillity that is Cape Greco, the eastern most point of Cyprus, where the whole area is protected and you feel you are in another world.
In the centre of Agia Napa older properties are being renovated and offered for sale at reasonably good prices that appeal to the buy to let investor. Newer developments within the resort are rare as most of the land has been used up. Going west out of Agia Napa will bring you to the area of Agia Thekla where extensive development has taken place along the coast. At this time this area is lacking in amenities of any sort and you would need to travel to the nearby villages to get even the most basic of provisions.
Looked over by green rolling hills and the church of Profitis Elias that stands on a hill over 100meters high, the small town of Protaras has a magic all of it's own. Golden sand and sparkling blue waters make for some of the most beautiful beaches on the island.
You can find rugged cliffs standing high over small, sandy coves and local fish tavernas serving fresh fish while you take in the wonderful scenery. A short drive inland will lead you to the scenic "Valley of the Windmills" where what seems like hundreds of rotating fan blades help to pump the water that irrigates this fertile land. The roads in Protaras are of an excellent standard constructed with large pedestrian and cycle routes at the sides.The entire length of the main coastal road in Protaras which spans from Paralimni via Protaras and into Ayia Napa (about 15km) is lined with a large pedestrian route that is ideal for walkers and bikers.
For those of you that prefer being closer to nature, there is a wooden path that can be followed around the coast, across rocky coves and secluded beaches where you will find small churches perched high on the rocky landscape overlooking the sea..
Unspoilt, secluded sandy coves where you can have the beach to yourself all day long and local hospitality from the numerous tavernas are what you will find in Kapparis. A well kept secret that is just now starting to be discovered. And for those who want a busier time then the town of Paralimni is just a few minutes drive away and the resorts of Protaras and Agia Napa only 10 and 15 minutes drive away.
New bars and restaurants are being established on the main Kapparis road that leads to Famagusta providing visitors to the area all amenities without having to go to the neighbouring areas.
The Cypriot people are naturally very friendly, welcoming and helpful. They have a strong tradition for family life so children are made to feel welcome in most restaurants.
English is spoken by most Cypriots.