Our luxury ground floor apartment is situated on the edge of a small, low rise complex.Unobstructed views of Alkamas Nature Reserve create a peaceful, tranquil ambiance in which to unwind.The apartment enjoys full air-conditioning for heating or cooling (payable locally), an open plan kitchen/living area (wall mounted plasma TV/Satellite & DVD player) offering stunning views. 1 double bedroom &1 twin bedroom both with fitted furniture, a shower room and a full bathroom.The kitchen is fully equipped with a fridge freezer, washing machine, microwave, electric oven, ceramic hob & full granite worktops.The covered balcony is furnished with a patio set. The complex offers: plenty of parking space, a large swimming pool (9m x 18m), poolside toilets & showers & sauna, outdoor bowling green (bowling green awaiting refurbishment) & indoor squash court. 2 sets of bowls and squash rackets provided.Quality linen, towels & furnishings are provided along with a safe & hairdryer.
Paphos: Paphos is the perfect place to combine first class holidays with a walk through history. Immerse yourself in the archaeology, history and culture of Paphos and experience at first hand one of the oldest civilisations of the world.
Paphos became the capital of Cyprus under the successors of Alexander the Great - the Ptolemies and in those days its harbour was a busy, thriving port. It continued as the island's first city for more than seven centuries, retaining its importance under Roman rule . Its most famous Governor, Sergius Paulus, was converted to Christianity by St Paul in 45 AD. But Paphos history dates back a great deal further. In fact the whole area abounds in historical and archaeological treasure.
Capital of the west and positively teaming with history is Paphos, site of the island's second international airport. The resort town has as its focal point a charming fishing harbour near Paphos Fort, lined with open-air cafés and taverns that serve a tempting menu.
About Peyia: Peyia is situated about 15km away from Paphos Town and 3km away from Coral Bay. Peyia is a very much sought after location and is set in the hills behind the very popular Coral Bay. Although the village offers a few restaurants and bars, banks and supermarkets, it has not been totally invaded by tourism.
Peyia’s steep position guarantees fantastic views of Coral Bay and surrounding areas from almost wherever you happen to be. Ayios Georgios Basilica and the fountains of Peyia. 4.5km from the village, are the ruins of two early Christian basilicas with mosaic floors. Peyia village is famous for its fountains in the stone-paved village square. Peyia is well situated for exploring the western side of Cyprus. It offers easy access to the Akamas peninsula, with its spectacular landscapes, deserted sandy beaches and conservation projects. To the north of Peyia, many roads meander through the hills and then down to Polis and Latchi.
Coral Bay: 11 kilometres (15 minutes drive) to the north of Paphos and 3 kilometres below the friendly, hillside village of Peyia is Coral Bay, the best natural beach in the area. This is an established resort above a wide curve of golden sand. The summer heat is often tempered by a gentle breeze, the sea has a shallow margin where children may play safely and, in the busier months, water sports on offer include pedaloes, water skiing, banana boats, wet bikes and windsurfing.
Close by the Bay you will find four large hotels, banks, car hire firms, mini markets for provisions and souvenirs, bars, restaurants and other shops. For casual alfresco meals, a couple of bars/snack bars overlooking the sea and a large restaurant in the next bay are open during the day. More tavernas and local shops are a short drive away.