: Pissouri Bay
: Pissouri Village
: Aphrodite Hills & Secret Valley
: Olympus Palace
Villa Georgina is situated in the lovely coastal village of Pissouri which is approximately 20 minutes from Paphos Airport and is set mid-way between the towns of Paphos and Limassol, both of which can be reached in 25 / 30 minutes.
The Villa great views of the Mediterranean and of the Troodos mountains.
There are several good Restaurants and Taverna's, an open air Amphitheatre for events with a stunning backdrop of Akrotiri Bay , plus banking facilities and shops in the pedestrianised Village square which hosts a wonderful Cyprus evening on Wednesday nights in the main season. Close by there are lots of activities including scuba diving and other water sports at the beach, plus horse riding and walking.
There are also many major Archaeological sites, mountain villages and Churches to visit.
Two championship standard golf courses at Aphrodite Hills and Secret Valley are a mere 15 minute drive away.
There is also the opportunity for skiing in the Troodos Mountains in the winter months.
Other Activities: Ski in Winter and enjoy the many Archaeological Sites.
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Golf: A 15 minute scenic drive away from Villa Georgina is Secret Valley (18 holes, Par 72, 6120 metres). Secret Valley Golf Club is an 18-hole championship golf course in a spectacular setting of mature trees with beautiful sculpted rock formations all around. The front 9 has 4 nice warm-up holes, two birdie opportunities and an easy dogleg. The back nine is much more challenging. Practice facilities: Putting greens, chipping areas, fairway bunkers and a large driving range, golf clinics available
Elegant clubhouse with pro-shop, locker rooms, bar and restaurant with veranda’s overlooking the golf course Tel No: 00 357 26 274000 ++++++Also around 15 minutes away is Aphrodite Hills 6665 Metres Par 71; Aphrodite Hills is a magnificent 18 hole championship course which was laid out by leading American golf designer Cabell Robinson and opened in October 2002. Perched 300 meters above sea level on two parallel plateaus flanking the cavernous Randidi gorge, it offers glorious views of the surrounding countryside and the nearby Randi forest public nature reserve as well as the cobalt blue Mediterranean. The ride down to the dramatic Par3 7th hole with a cross-canyon tee shot which can measure anything form 156 to 210 metres looks like something out of an Indiana Jones movie. The green is large but you miss it at your peril. The lush Bermuda fairways are fully irrigated and in the late summer and autumn offer dazzling colour contrast with golden grasses of the un-watered rough.
Ski: Check weather in the Troodos for more information