A villa in Sea Caves, Cyprus is a fantastic option for anyone wishing to explore all that is best about Cyprus without a tourist crowd to contend with. Named after the stunning sea caves which litter this stretch of coast, there are few places in Cyprus which rival Sea Caves for a quiet beach holiday in stunning surroundings. Located just a few miles from Coral Bay in the Paphos region, villas on the beach at Sea Caves are easily accessible from the airport, and close to all the facilities you could possibly need on holiday.
Sea Caves, Cyprus, is a peaceful, rather exclusive development between Paphos and the wild Akamas Peninsula, which is a haven for walking. The deserted, windswept protected areas of the Peninsula seem to be many miles from any civilisation, despite its located, giving walkers a wonderful sense of peace and calm. There are also excellent coastal walks leading past the front of villas on the beach at Sea Caves, Cyprus, allowing you to walk to Coral Bay via the sea caves which gave the area its name. The nearest sea cave to a Sea Caves villa is located within 5 minutes walk, offering an excellent place to swim.
A villa on the beach at Sea Caves could not be better located. Often referred to as the ‘best address in Cyprus’, a villa in Sea Caves has both excellent access to the glorious, golden beaches of the Paphos area, the walking, cycling and riding trails of the Akamas Peninsula and the many attractions of Paphos town. Kato-Paphos is an archaeological dream, with a huge number of important discoveries having been uncovered in the area. The Troodos Mountains, the Tombs of the Kings and Aphrodite’s Rock are all within easy reach and well worth exploring from a villa in Sea Caves.
Although there are a handful of excellent sea food restaurants in Sea caves and St George, the neighbouring village, Paphos Town has a huge range to select from. It is also Paphos that boasts the largest range of shops and bars in the region, making it a wonderful place to be in the evening if the allure of watching the sun set over the beach isn’t a burning desire. Paphos is also an excellent place from which to hire water sports equipment, from wind surfers to small boats, scuba diving equipment to fishing tackle.
The coldest month in Cyprus is January, when monthly average temperatures hover around the 10˚C mark, with daily peaks pushing up towards 20˚C, perfect for exploring the archaeological treasures of Kato-Paphos or the natural treasures of the Akamas Peninsula. During the summer months, temperatures soar, with average monthly temperatures for August reaching as high as 38˚C, meaning most visitors head for the coast from their beach villa in Sea Caves, Cyprus.
Paphos International Airport (PFO) is with a 30 minute drive of a villa in Sea Caves, Cyprus. The drive is a very pleasant one, and there are plenty of taxis available from the airport if you do not wish to take a hire car yourself. Paphos Airport receives a staggering number of flights on a daily basis from the UK, with flights to Paphos arriving from every major airport in the UK on First Choice Airways, Thomas Cook Airlines and ThomsonFly in particular, although there are a range of airlines operating flights to Sea Caves, Cyprus.