Cyprus boasts of being the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. Cyprus beaches are a sight to behold with clean, crystal clear water, giving you the treat of a lifetime. Among the beaches, the most popular ones are those in Ayia Napa. But the most interesting one with a legendary significance is in Paphos. This beach has the famous “Aphrodite Rock,” which legends claim is the birthplace of the Greek goddess.
When you visit Cyprus, you will get a chance to sample their favorite starter meal known as mezedes. This is made up of a variety of up to 20 smaller dishes that are mainly fish, meat, and vegetables. You should not miss the spicy Loukaniko sausages, among many other mouth-watering foods.
For young people, Cyprus offers endless partying nights. Ayia Napa boasts of being the unofficial “party capital,” as it hosts more than 10-night clubs and many bars.
The island enjoys a nearly perfect Mediterranean climate, which is not only among the warmest but also the most stable climates in Europe, with an average annual temperature of about 75°F.
Our beautiful Villas are located in one of the most popular travel destinations in Cyprus such as:
The current city of Paphos lies on the Mediterranean coast, about 50 km west of Limassol (the biggest port on the island), both of which are connected by the A6 highway. Paphos International Airport is the country's second-largest airport. The city has a subtropical-Mediterranean climate, with the mildest temperatures on the island.
Polis is a small town at the north-west end of the island of Cyprus, at the center of Chrysochous Bay, and on the edge of the Akamas peninsula nature reserve. It is a quiet tourist resort, the inhabitants' income being supplemented by agriculture and fishing. Polis is served by the fishing port of Latchi.
Argaka is a village in the Paphos District of Cyprus, located 7 km northeast of Polis Chrysochous. From a geological perspective, it is located upon the calcareous sandstones, the sands, and the marls of the Pleistocene period as well as the lavas and the magma rocks.
Agia Marina is a village in Cyprus, situated 24 km west of Nicosia. It takes its name from Marina the Monk, the Christian saint of Byzantine Syria. De facto, Agia Marina is under the control of Northern Cyprus.
Pomos is a village in the Paphos District of Cyprus, located 17 km northeast of Polis Chrysochous. Despite being one of the most remote villages of Cyprus it hosts several cultural events and festivities. The famous Idol of Pomos was discovered there.
Steni is a village in the Paphos District of Cyprus, located 6km southeast of Polis Chrysochous.
About two miles from the village lie the ruins of the rich and important Monastery of Chrysolakhourna. The original thirteenth-century church consists of a central nave and two side aisles ending in a semicircular apse.
Latchi, also spelled Lachi, Latsi and Lakki, is a small village that is part of the Polis municipality in Cyprus. It has a small harbor.
Protaras is a resort town in eastern Cyprus, known for its beaches and for Fig Tree Bay with its old, lone fig tree. Above the bay are excavated Hellenistic tombs. To the northwest, atop a rock, the limestone Church of Profitis Ilias marks one end of a nature trail that leads to Konnos Beach.
We look forward to welcoming you to Cyprus.