Cape Greco can be found at the south-eastern end of the island of Cyprus, and is positioned between the two popular tourist resorts of Ayia Napa and Protaras. Famed for its natural beauty and amazing viewpoints out onto the sea from its cliffs, a holiday rental villa in Cape Greco is an ideal choice of accommodation for those people that want to enjoy a holiday where there is close access to all that a world class resort has to offer, whilst at night, enjoying relative tranquillity in a home away from home. With a fully equipped kitchen, there is no need to eat out every night, and for families, this can represent quite a considerable saving when on holiday in Cape Greco.
Due to its close proximity to two of the most popular resort areas in Cyprus, there are many activities that one can try during a holiday in Cape Greco. Water sports are a big thing here, and water skiing, wind surfing, snorkelling and swimming number amongst the options. The cliff area of Cape Greco has also received a certain amount of fame for the people that attempt diving off from certain parts of it: an activity only for the truly brave! Inland, sporting and leisure activities that can be enjoyed include tennis, cycling and hiking. Scooters and buggys can also be hired to zip around the island.
The natural beauty of the area surrounding the self catering accommodation in Cape Greco should certainly be visited close up and personal, and a walking tour will reveal some wonderful wildlife. Cyprus has a number of other attractions which can be visited as day trips, although a hire car may be needed to make it easier to get around. The Cyprus Museum in Nicosia is one such place, and houses some amazing exhibits; The Ancient Kourion is also worth visiting, and given the chance, people on holiday in Cape Greco should also try to go on a winery tour.
Cyprus enjoys a sub-tropical/ Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and hot summers. What little rain does fall in the year falls in the winter, and a tourist on holiday in Cape Greco during the summer months should consider themselves lucky to witness rain during this period! Average day time highs of 30 degrees Celsius are to be expected during the warmest months of July and August, and even during January the temperature does not drop much below 17 degrees.
Only the lucky ones arrive at this Mediterranean island by yacht, and so most people will arrive by air to begin their holiday in Cape Greco. Larnaca International Airport (LCA) is the closest on to the holiday rental villa in Cape Greco, and takes in flights from most major European countries. Visitors from the UK can fly into Cyprus on British Airways who operate out of London Heathrow (LHR) and Easyjet who fly from London Gatwick (LGW). Car hire is available at the airport and at major resort areas should it be needed.