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4 bedroom villa with private pool in Paphos, Cyprus
February 2020

We visited Villa Ammoyiali In February, the villa is absolutely outstanding, immaculate and very spacious. Every room has its own toilet, shower and balcony with table and chairs. Which was lovely to sit outside in the evening. Although Februarys weather was unpredictable, Some Days were very hot, and others it rained. The swimming pool will be amazing in the summer months, as it’s not a heated pool it was quite cold when we were there, but that still didn’t stop the kids from going in. The beach is minute walk away from the Villa, Although it’s not a beach you could lay on as it’s full of stones. It was however a beautiful view from the Villa. I would highly recommend the car as there is some supermarkets and restaurants a half hour walk or a 5 to 10 minute drive away, but to get to the harbour and another days out you definitely need a car. The owner of the Villa is very nice he couldn’t be more helpful, on the night we arrive he left us bread, milk, eggs, cereal, cheese, coffee, tea and other stuff and first thing in the morning he came to introduce him self, with two bottles of wine, he came to clean the pool in the week, took out the rubbish away during the week. He told us if there’s anything just to call him, and he came to say goodbye on the day we left, he really is a lovely man, couldn’t have Made us feel any more welcome. We will definitely visit in the place again, but the best weather is between April and October, so will be going between them months next time. Such a beautiful peaceful immaculate place to stay and we really enjoyed our time there thank you so much. Sam, Katrina and family.

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Renter: Samuel
Samuel Family from Lincolnshire , United Kingdom
3 bedroom villa rental in Paphos, Cyprus, with private pool
February 2020

Lovely villa, you definitely need a car as is not within walking distance of any shops, bars, restaurants etc. Problems with the WiFi, but this was sorted out by Nick. Would be useful to have instructions for the heating and hot water. Overall we had a lovely holiday.

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Renter: Elizabeth
Elizabeth Friends from Glenrothes, Fife, United Kingdom
2 bedroom holiday villa in Southern Cyprus with shared pool
January 2020

For my grandchild, this villa was chosen for the pool is fenced for children safety. This proved most useful. Nearby tavernas were great plus BBQ around the pool for lunch was wonderful. Upstairs balcony offers a brilliant view of the landscape, the countryside and the beach. We would loved to have stayed a little longer but duty calls...

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Renter: Peter
Peter
2 bedroom holiday villa in Southern Cyprus with shared pool
January 2020

Nice furnished villa with a pool that is naturally being heated by the sun. Looking at the villa itself everything is in place to accommodate the guests, nothing more and nothing less. Our children loved the pool but have also enjoyed the white sandy beach and the other places we have been. What I loved more about the pool is that it is fenced for childrens safety.

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Renter: Debbie
Debbie
3 bedroom villa with private pool in Paphos, Cyprus
January 2020

We very much enjouyed our stay at villa Achilles. the walk to Latchi was along a path that was easy to walk and lit up at night. Also they have bikes you can rent for this; all very easy. We love Cyprus and especially the weather. Owver was nice and brought us a bottle of wine when we were making a barbecue. Lovely memory. thak you.

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Renter: Mikhail
Mikhail
3 bedroom villa to rent in Paphos, Cyprus
January 2020

ur second time in this beautiful house with all the amenities that make a holiday complete. bed linen and bath towels are changed on time. From our villa we could enjoy the sunrise, the calmness of the sea and the wide surroundings, all the splendor of nature. Walking in the afternoon, on the way to the restaurants and bars is what we are happy to remember. This time we have done enough at the Bath of Aphrodite

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Renter: Julie
Julie

Travel guide

Villas in Cyprus

Cyprus is an island country in the Eastern Mediterranean, blessed with Blue Flag beaches, steeped in ancient history and surrounded by a natural landscape of sweeping mountains, forests and rugged headlands. From its glorious coast to its fascinating culture, discover a country brimming with World Heritage Sites, excellent tavernas and architectural wonders. Travel back in time to ancient Paphos, where Aphrodite, Goddess of love is said to have risen from the sea. Trek the Troodos mountains scattered with exquisite Byzantine churches and picturesque villages, or unwind, explore by boat, or people watch on the south coast's famous Nissi beach and Coral Bay. Follow the party crowd at Ayia Napa, or kick back and relax in peaceful Kyrenia in the north. Whether you want a low-key family holiday, sightseeing trip or romantic escape, our wonderful villa rentals in Cyprus put you at the heart of it all.

Southern Cyprus is known for its lively beaches, ranging from pebble to sand, urban to unspoiled. Enjoy culture and the coast with resorts such as famous Nissi Beach in Ayia Napa and Finikoudes in Larnaca. The region is sprinkled with historical gems, museums and galleries and the nightlife is excellent here, with a wide choice of bars, traditional tavernas and cafes. Enjoy a romantic stroll around Aphrodite's Rock on the coast of Paphos, follow the party crowd in Ayia Napa, or take a boat trip with family in Cape Greco and explore its glorious caves. Must-sees include the Church of Saint Lazarus in Larnaca, Tombs of the Kings in Paphos and the Curium Theatre and the House of Eustolios in ancient Kourion.

Northern Cyprus, officially called The Turkish Republic of Cyprus, offers an abundance of beach and seaside resorts, museums and ancient relics, where towns like Kyrenia, Famagusta and Nicosia are brimming with medieval castles, exquisite mosques and breathtaking archaeological sites.

Key holiday info

  • There are 2 main airports: Larnaca International Airport, 50km east of Nicosia and Paphos International Airport in the west. Direct flights from the UK typically take 4.5 hours.
  • Cyprus boasts 12 hrs of daily sunshine during summer. August is the driest and hottest month, with temperatures exceeding 30°C.
  • The average sea temperature in August is 27°C, while the average annual temperature is 21 °C.
  • Cyprus is divided into The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and the south's Independent Republic of Cyprus, which is Greek Cypriot.
  • Don't leave without visiting the House of Dionysus in Paphos and its stunning mosaics!
  • Car hire is the best way to get around.

Where to go in Cyprus

Paphos

On the southwest coast, the ancient city of Paphos is a UNESCO World Heritage site, dotted with historic relics and archaeological wonders such as the Tombs of the Kings and the Roman ruins of Kato Paphos.

Famagusta, south

Famagusta lies on the east coast of Cyprus, bordered by 15th century Venetian walls and surrounded by a waterless moat. Must-sees are Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque and Othello Castle looking out to the Mediterranean.

Ayia Napa

Party capital Ayia Napa is brimming with lively restaurants, bars and shops, while the beautiful golden sands and clear waters of Nissi beach, Cape Greco and Coral Bay attract thousands of sun-worshippers each year.

Protaras

Protaras is a picturesque resort town in Famagusta district, famous for its Fig Tree Bay and close proximity to Cape Greco National Forest Park. Fans of water sports can find their slice of paradise on Konnos beach.

Larnaca, south

Home to urban beach Finikoudes, Larnaca port city boasts a bustling town centre, cleansing salt lake and plenty of cultural gems to explore. Dive into the crystalline waters and discover the ancient wreck of MS Zenobia!

Limassol

Enjoy culture by the coast in Limassol. In contrast to its urban promenade and busy bars, take a trip back in time at the Cyprus Medieval Museum, Limassol Archaeological Museum, and Church of Saint Lazarus.

Did you know...

  • Cyprus is the 3rd largest and most populous country in the Mediterranean.
  • Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love, was born out of the sea foam in Paphos!
  • Cyprus is home to the world's oldest wine, Commandaria, which is over 5,000 years old!
  • Cyprus boasts 3 UNESCO World Heritage sites including the entire town of Paphos.
  • Depending on the region where a person lives, they are either Greek or Turkish Cypriots.

Discover Cyprus

Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Cyprus and what to do on your holiday in Cyprus.

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8 February 2019 Posted in General

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The 5 Best Beaches In Cyprus

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7 Fun Things To Do When Visiting Cyprus

5 March 2020 Posted in Cyprus, Destinations

Home to beautiful old marina's, inviting cerulean beaches and dazzling ancient ruins, Cyprus has long been one of the Mediterranean's greatest treasures. It is a place that guarantees' good food, beaches and sunshine, but besides the obvious what really is there to do here. Well, you'd be surprised. Here are just seven great things to experience when visiting Cyprus...

8 fun facts you didn't know about Cyprus

5 March 2020 Posted in General

Cyprus; the third largest island in the Mediterranean and a place steeped in natural beauty and mythology. It's the birthplace of Aphrodite and the home to Neolithic dwellings and Bronze Age tombs. Every year it welcomes around three million tourists with open arms and introduces them to the friendly Cypriot way of life, making Cyprus the 40th most popular tourist destination in the world. Maybe you are one of the people who has fallen in love with the island and every year you join the millions of tourists who enjoy its naturally diverse landscape. If so you may think you know everything there is to know about the island, but we've found eight little-known facts that may surprise you...

Why Cyprus is the perfect October half-term destination

5 March 2020 Posted in General

We think Cyprus is a fabulous place to take a holiday at any time of the year, and that certainly applies in October – and this is why: It’s not far and it’s easy to get to: There are direct flights from all over the UK to Cyprus, which has 3 international airports. The flight time from the UK is only around 4.5 hours; short enough to make the most of your week away.

10 Most Photographed Locations In Cyprus

5 March 2020 Posted in Family Holidays, Top Lists

Here are 10 of the most beautiful locations in Cyprus!

Cyprus! A place for all

5 March 2020 Posted in General

Is Cyprus Good in February?

5 March 2020 Posted in Family Holidays, Top Lists

You might not think it, but visiting Cyprus in February might just be the best thing you ever did.

The Best Resorts In Cyprus For Families

5 March 2020 Posted in Family Holidays, Top Lists

If you're wondering which resort in Cyprus is best for a family holiday then we may be able to shed some light for you...

Is Cyprus Good For May Half Term?

5 March 2020 Posted in Family Holidays, Cyprus

There's nothing quite like spring in Cyprus...