Set on the edge of the traditional village of Miliou, Pano Limni Cottage has its own private swimming pool and sun terrace. This quiet villa enjoys an enviable position looking out across the rural landscape, with the village below and the Troodos mountains beyond. Miliou has a taverna which can be easily walked to (the owner Fytos has promised a free glass of wine with meals ordered by guests of this property), the 5 star luxury of the Ayii Anargyri spa a few minutes walk away and the Amarakos taverna in the nearby village of Akourdaleia.
The villa is comfortably furnished and has satellite TV, a DVD player and benefits from broadband internet access. A library of books, DVD's and CD's are provided for your enjoyment.
You won't want to leave the villa for dinner, however the local tavernas should not be missed as they provide a wide variety of local dishes and wines at a price which will not break the bank and for that after dinner stroll, there are scores of rural trails.
Coast/Beach:: Polis beach is a ten minute drive away as are the beaches connecting Latchi with Polis. There are a number of EU designated blue-flag beaches with life-guards on duty.
Latchi's award winning marina is the place to watch the world go by whilst enjoying a sun-downer or meal at one of the many waterside tavernas.
Further attractions:: Delightfully rural for walking, bird- watching, cycling etc. Bikes can be hired locally in Polis or Latchi.
For nature lovers, the conservation area of Lara Bay is a short car journey away. Lara Bay is a protected beach and one of the few areas in the Mediterranean where Loggerhead and Green turtles lay their eggs.
Latchi has watersports in abundance as well as popular, clean beaches and the main town of Polis has all of the facilities required to provide those home comforts to your relaxing escape.
Other Local Villages:: The Paphos region has a number which are within easy access and well worth exploring. Coastal villages such as Argaka and Pomos together with inland villages like Kathikas, Steni and Drouisha offer fresh, local fare at a fraction the cost of the main tourist areas. Many are proud of their heritage and have small museums giving an insight into local crafts and traditions.