- The Ayia Triada region was once Cypriot farmland with the old town of Paralimni as the focal point.
- Ayia Napa was an old fishing village which was developed in a major tourist area and was the most recognised town on the East side of Cyprus.
- In more recent times Protaras has been developed making this a very busy and popular holiday destination catering for the family with Fig Tree Bay known as one of the best beaches on the island.
- Ayia Triada is ideally located between Protaras and Paralimni giving you the best of both worlds. Visit the old town for historical and cultural reasons as well as supermarkets (as big as an Asda type store), or take a short ride to Protaras for the shops, beaches, restaurants and bars you would expect in a busy resort.
- Ayia Triada is unspoilt with quieter beaches nearby and superb views out to sea.
- The region has excellent sea front walks and because of the high proportion of villas you will find the peace and tranquillity a refreshing change.
- A short trip North will see you at Famagusta, the "Ghost Town." Untouched since the Turkish invasion and still patrolled by the UN Forces.
- In summary the villa is ideally located to provide the base for whatever type of holiday you require.
- The villa was built in 2006 and was designed to provide all of its guests with the luxury one would expect.
- You can comfortably enjoy the villa and its surroundings for your entire stay or use it as an ideal base to venture throughout the island.
- The villa has been tastefully decorated and furnished to suit all needs.
- Don't leave without watching the sunset from the rooftop terrace with a glass of wine or gazing out towards the sea during those long hot days!
- There are two supermarkets on the right as you leave the villa entrance. Both have all the necessary daily items you require from milk to newspapers, water, ice creams etc
- Also to the right there are a number of restaurants all, traditional Cypriot style. Nearest McDonalds is in Protaras.
- A short walk past the hotel opposite the first supermarket takes you directly to the sea front with beaches spread all along the front.
- For main shopping head to Orphanides which is on the left hand side of the main road leading into Paralimni. This supermarket is large and provides you with all the goods you would expect from Asda or Sainsbury.
Ideally located for a peaceful holiday. Relax by your own pool by day and the rooftop terrace by night,overlooking the sea. Close to beaches.
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Hi IanWe are back safe and sound although I don't think my liver will recover!We thought the villa was great. We had everything we needed. The pool did get cleaned. The barby was great and we had a feast on that. Suggest you leave a couple of taxi numbers and refer to the local Kouzalis Hotel as a focal point of the villas location.It was great so very glad we got in touch and we would definitely come back. Cheers Sarah
REVIEW 2Having rented the villa for two weeks in September 2006, my girlfriend and I enjoyed the holiday so much we returned back for the same period this year.- The island of Cyprus enjoys long hot sunny days and using the villa as a base with all its 1st class facilities is indeed an ideal base. It boasts air conditioned rooms throughout, is furnished to the highest standard as well as a pool, barbecue and a lovely sunroof terrace.- Within a short walking distance there are two sandy beaches as well as a selection of bars and tavernas. With a bus stop on the doorstep local buses will take you to many of the resorts close by where more beaches and restaurants of the highest quality await.- Hire a car (they drive on the same side as us) and discover more of the island. This can be arranged by the owner as well as taxi transfers to and from the airport.- Having now experienced two great holidays at this villa we would recommend it to anyone.J Doughty - October 2007"