25% reservation. Prices are based on four persons (adults and/or children) sharing, priced in UK pounds and include: Sales tax, electricity and gas, water, bedding, towels and cleaned on arrival.
Pets allowed on request!
* NEW - LONG TERM LETS 6 MONTHS PLUS FROM ¬£300 PCM - Subject to status!
Excludes: Sales tax, electricity and gas, water, bedding and towels.
Facilities include, FREE wireless internet, Sky TV, air-conditioning/heating, ample parking. Only a few minutes walk to the local restaurants, tavernas & shops. St Georges harbour, the Paphos animal & Bird Park & Akamas Peninsula nature reserve are only 10 minutes away by car. Ideal for a couple or family!
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 family bathroom and 1 shower room|
|Nearest beach||Coral Bay 2.5 km|
|Nearest Amenities||400 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Paphos International Airport 30 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Fireplace, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Telephone, Safe, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double Beds (1), Single Beds (2), Dining seats for 5, Lounge seats for 5|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, BBQ|
|Access||Parking, Wheelchair users|
|Further details outdoors|
The pool area has changing rooms, showers and toilets and the use of sunbeds and a parasol. There is also a parking space reserved for your own use.
The house is equipped with linen, quilts, pillows and bathroom towels. Please take your own beach and poolside towels with you. The property is cleaned to a very high standard before your visit.
Paphos is in the south-west corner of Cyprus and has an ambience all of its own. This is the kingdom of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, and her presence seems to linger. Paphos itself is really two towns; Ktima on the cliff and Kato Paphos by the sea. The one is unchanged over centuries and thoroughly Cypriot while the other has expanded over the last decade from a sleepy fishing village and harbour into a bustling, busy, sprawling cosmopolitan resort which is still growing. Roman Paphos was the island capital and the 3rd century mosaics here are the finest in the Mediterranean. The atmosphere is fun loving and friendly, with plenty of bars, pubs, discos, a few nightclubs and innumerable eating places providing a choice of Italian cuisine to sizzling souvlaki off the spit.
The coastline to the north is peppered with small sandy coves. The area's best beach is a 15 minute drive away at Coral Bay. Paphos is an ideal centre from which to explore this region of wild coastline, unspoilt hillside villages and natural beauty. Paphos combines both culture and entertainment in a conveniently sized package. In Paphos you will find some of Cyprus's; most stunning archaeological gems such as its Roman mosaics and Tomb of the Kings. Cultivated bananas grow in profusion along the south-western coast, which narrows to the Akamas Peninsula - one of the island's last unspoilt wildernesses and home to flora and fauna species found only on Cyprus.
While Limassol is brash and Larnaca is demure, Paphos is quite, friendly and is one of Cyprus' most desirable cities. Kato Paphos (Lower Paphos) is home to the greatest number of archaeological sites on the island.
Coral Bay is only 11 kilometres to the north of Paphos and 3 kilometres below the friendly hillside village of Peyia. Coral Bay is the best natural Blue Flag beach in the area. This is an established resort with many villas set apart from one another above a wide curve of dark golden sand. The summer heat is often tempered by a gentle breeze. The sea is shallow and children can play safely. During the busier months, water sports for hire include pedalos, water skiing, banana boats, jet skis and windsurfing.
Peyia is a large friendly village - now designated a town with its own municipality. Peyia is tucked away in the hills about 3.5kms above Coral Bay and 15kms from Paphos. There are several coffee shops and welcoming tavern's which provide simple but excellent food. A picturesque drive north along winding roads through the Peyia forest and pretty villages brings you to the Akamas peninsula and the beaches of Latchi.
Polis and Latchi are situated on the wide Chrysohou Bay that runs along the north-west sweep of Cyprus, ideal for walks and offering stunning views to both sides of the island. Its attraction lies in it being quieter and a less developed region. Polis is much smaller and far more intimate than Paphos - the razzmatazz of mass tourism has not quite reached here yet. The northwest also gives easy access to the Paphos Mountains and has some interesting villages such as Droushia, Neo Chorio, Pomos and Pyrgos. Latchi with its coastal paved walk is the picturesque harbour of Polis - known for its fresh fish. In the past it served as a small port for shipping carobs. The old stone carob warehouses have been converted into restaurants, fish taverns and places of recreation. From Latchi, travellers to Polis can go on short sea cruises to the Akamas. Pissouri is an attractive and friendly village to the East of Paphos. It is situated in the principal vine growing area with sultana grapes covering the surrounding countryside. This south-facing village set high up on the hillside about 1,000ft above the sea and commands the most magnificent view of some 20 miles of Mediterranean coastline. To the south and east there are panoramic views of the coast, across vineyards, olive and carob trees. To the north one can see the majestic Troodos Mountains. Pissouri is situated just off the main Paphos to Limassol road. Pissouri Village has a lovely flower-filled central square for pedestrians only. There is a Greek Orthodox Church, a bakery, postal agency, banks and small supermarkets. Several family-run tavernaís and restaurants serve excellent fresh food at competitive prices. In the summer months the village holds a Cyprus Night in the square every Wednesday evening. There is food and traditional Cypriot dancing; everyone is welcome!
Peyia, to the West of Paphos offers a truly scenic location - situated between the clear blue Mediterranean and the foot hills of the Ayiosa Yeovious mountain range. Just minutes outside Coral Bay Blue flag beaches and Paphos and ONLY just over 30 minutes from Paphos International Airport.
The village of Peyia and its surrounding area are full of tradition and activities for ALL the family - sun & sea or maybe history & culture.
Staying in Peyia offers you the BEST of ALL worlds, nature, nightlife, beaches and much more.