The villas are located in Miliou village , Paphos. With the aroma of citrus and the seclusion of the village, the villas are ideal for those seeking true peace but being within easy distance of beaches, shops and taverns in Polis Chrysochous and Paphos.
The villas are unique and are built in a traditional way.
The ground floor villa includes: Traditional living area with feature working fire place, large sofa and coffee table. TV and office fitment. Fully equipped country kitchen with dining area.
Shower room, wash basin and wc.
1st bedroom includes: fitted wardrobes, bedside tables and high quality twin beds, 2nd bedroom includes: fitted wardrobes and a modern king size bed with bedside cabinets.
A/C units in bedrooms, solar panels, Satellite TV channels. Portable internet only.
Upper floor includes: Traditional living area with feature working fire place, sofa and coffee table. TV and office fitment. Fully equipped country kitchen with dining area.
Shower room, wash basin and wc. Vanity unit and mirror in hallway.
1st bedroom includes: fitted wardrobes, bedside tables and twin beds, 2nd bedroom includes: fitted wardrobes and a double bed with bedside cabinets
Exterior features: Covered verandah with outdoor furniture, BBQ area, large sun terraces, swimming pool and covered relaxing/dining area. Outside shower room with shower, hand basin and wc. The property has extensive gardens with established fruit trees.
The villas are sharing a beautiful swimming pool surrounded by palm trees, olive trees and wonderful flowers. Around the swimming pool there are comfortable garden and pool furniture and also place for barbecue.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 family bathrooms|
|Check in time:||16:00|
|Check out time:||11:00|
|Nearest beach||Latsi 15 km|
|Nearest Amenities||5 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Paphos airport 30 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
|Luxuries||Fireplace, Internet access, DVD player|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Super King Beds (1), Double Beds (1), Single Beds (4), Cots available (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair available|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Swing set|
|Access||Secure parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
Paphos is a city rich in history & culture, situated in Western Cyprus. There is archaeological evidence supporting the city's existence from the Neolithic period. Believed to be the birthplace of Greek Goddess of love and beauty 'Aphrodite', Paphos proudly boasts the remains of villas, palaces, theatres, fortresses and tombs that belong to Classical, Hellenistic and Roman periods. Paphos, is also famous for its sun-kissed, white sand beaches.
Places in Paphos with most attraction
- Paphos Castle
Located on the edge of Paphos harbour, Paphos castle is one of the most famous landmarks of the city. It currently serves as a background for the annual open-air Paphos cultural festival, which takes place in September.
- Aphrodite's Rock - Petra Tou Romiou (Birthplace of Aphrodite)
Named after the Greek Goddess of love and beauty; Aphrodite, the rock located between Limassol and Paphos is believed to be sacred. Legend says that this is the point where Aphrodite emerged from the sea in a surge of amazing sea foam in 1200 BC. She herself chose this rock as the ideal location to begin her life as a mortal.
- Tombs of the Kings
Tombs of the Kings is a large necropolis burial ground situated about two kilometres north-west of Paphos harbour in Cyprus.
- Paphos Archaeological Park
Paphos archaeological Park is famous for sites and monuments that date back from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages. However, most of the remains in the park date to the Roman era. Spectacular mosaic floors of four Roman villas are the highlight of Paphos Archaeological Park.
- Paphos Lighthouse
Situated in close proximity of Odeon, Paphos lighthouse is a golden point of the city as it can be seen from any corner of Paphos. If you are fit enough to climb the staircases successfully, the top of this lighthouse offers you an opportunity to catch panoramic, magnificent glimpses of Paphos. Once you reach to the top of this lighthouse, a look at the historic and scenic city of Paphos makes your visit worth a treasure.
- Akamas Peninsula, Paphos
The most beautiful location on the entire island, the Akamas Peninsula is located to the west of Cyprus. The peninsula covers approximately an area of 230 square kilometres surrounded by mountains and densely wooded, almost inaccessible forests.
- Ayios Neophytos Monastery
The historic Ayios Neophytos monastery takes you back to the ancient life of Cypriot hermit and writer, Neophytos, who carved the monastery out of mountain rock in the year 1159. Today, home to only a handful of monks and a museum, the monastery is famous for the grottoes dating back to the Byzantine Empire. Located just 20 minutes from the busy Paphos town centre the monastery holds a two-day religious fair in January to sell Cypriot arts & crafts.
- Agia Solomoni Church
Originally, a Christian catacomb, Ayia Solomoni Church was carved underground out of limestone rock. Home to several 12th century frescoes, the church also houses some of the original graves that date back to the Hellenistic period. The remains of the old frescoes from the 12th century and some holy water are the main attractions of Ayia Solomoni Church.
Ethnographical Museum ( Visit Site )
Considered as the richest museum of Cyprus, Ethnographical Museum was known as the Folk Art Museum until 1971. It holds a collection of woodcarvings, jewellery, tapestries, woven goods, pottery, embroidery, and national costumes from the 19th and 20th centuries. Today it is famous among tourists, especially among history and art lovers as an excellent place that introduces the lives of the people from the prehistoric era.
- The Mosaics of Paphos
Famous as the finest mosaic in the Eastern Mediterranean, the Paphos Mosaics are located beside the harbour. The mosaics seen in the Villa of Dionysos, Orpheus and Aion, and the Villa of Theseus depict compositions from Greek mythology. They are made from small cubes of marble and stone called tesserae. Additionally, glass paste was used to develop the range of colours.
Miliou is one of the smallest villages in Cyprus and has a population of about 60.
It is one of the greenest villages in the area, thanks to an abundant supply of spring water, surrounded by citrus groves, almond trees and vineyards.
Miliou is a delightful rural setting, perfect for long walks and for those who love nature and bird watching as the village is renowned as a nesting site for nightingales. The main bird migrations, when a wide variety of species may be seen, take place in spring and autumn.
If you're more interested in seeing the spectacular show of spring flowers, visit between the beginning of March and the end of May. The aroma of the surrounding pine and lemon groves, brought in by the cool valley breeze, provides relief from the hot Cypriot sun.
The nearest supermarket to Miliou is about four kilometers away.
The beaches, tavernas, market and shops of Polis and Latchi are about a 15-minutes drive away, and another few minutes will take you to the edge of the Akamas peninsula.
The Troodos Mountains and the Paphos forest (home of the moufflon, the island's indigenous mountain sheep) are close by and Paphos airport is a 45-minute drive away.
On the road from Paphos to Polis, about 13 km before you reach Polis, there is a turning on the left which will take you to the little village of Miliou nestling on the Laona plateau.
Right next door to the springs is the restored monastery of 'Agii Anargyri which is now being used as a spa hotel.
With far-reaching mountain and valley views and unspoilt countryside, Miliou is a delightful rural setting, perfect for long walks and for those who love nature and bird watching as the village is renowned as a nesting site for nightingales. The main bird migrations, when a wide variety of species may be seen, take place in spring and autumn.
Village life centres on the Coffee Shop-Tavern where people can enjoy wonderful meals and various kind of local things.