Located just 2 miles outside of the bustling tourist destination of Paphos, Tremithousa is nevertheless a relatively unspoilt traditional Cypriot village. Nestled in the hills surrounding the city, the majority of the self catering rental accommodation available in Tremithousa enjoys panoramic views of Paphos and the Mediterranean sea. There are villas and townhouses available here for rental, as well as traditional Cypriot farmhouses for visitors looking to stay in a property full of rustic charm.
Travellers spending there holidays in Tremithousa for the first time will be delighted to discover that the village enjoys a tranquil, laid back atmosphere, perfect for a real get-away-from-it-all holiday. Visitors can sit back and soak up the warm Cypriot sun, surrounded by fragrant lemon, orange and almond groves, which are watered by numerous mountain springs and streams.
Visitors spending their holidays in Tremithousa who yearn for a more lively atmosphere can head into nearby Paphos. This popular tourist destination offers a wealth of tourist attractions and amenities. There are numerous beaches and coves close to the city, perfect for bathing and watersports. The city’s numerous shops and boutiques are a perfect oasis for tourists wishing to indulge in some retail therapy.
All well as all the obvious tourist attractions of nearby Paphos, visitors looking to spend their holidays in Tremithousa will discover that the village is ideally placed for exploring the many historically and archaeologically fascinating landmarks and sites to be found in this region of Cyprus. For example, the ancient monastery of Agios-Neofytos is a short drive from the village.
There is, of course, a wealth of ancient buildings and landmarks to be found in the historical ‘old town’ of Paphos. Highlights include the 13th century Castle from where the city gets it name, along with Tombs of the Kings and the nearby Rock of Aphrodite.
Travellers looking to spend their holidays in Tremithousa will be delighted to discover that the village and the island of Cyprus as a whole enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate. This means that summer temperatures in Tremithousa frequently reach the early 30s degrees Celsius, whilst winters are milder, with temperatures averaging around 12 degrees Celsius. The average annual rainfall for Tremithousa is around 14 inches.
Tourists spending their holidays in Tremithousa will first fly to Paphos International Airport (PFO). There are a number of airlines operating regular and affordable flights here form the UK, including British Airways, Monarch Airlines, Jet2.com and easyJet. Flights to Paphos depart from several regional UK airports, including London Gatwick (LGW), Newcastle(NCL), Birmingham (BHX), East Midlands (EMA), Edinburgh (EDI) and Manchester (MAN).