Amazing 3 bed villa, sleeps 10, with breathtaking views
The large lounge leads into the fully equipped kitchen. There is a large downstairs shower room and toilet. Air conditioning is included. The dining room has patio doors to the covered terrace. Upstairs, all the bedrooms have patio doors to the large balcony and views to the valley and mountains and fitted floor to ceiling wardrobes with sliding mirror doors.
The master bedroom has a dressing room with fitted wardrobes and en-suite with a Jacuzzi bath and two sets of patio doors.The upstairs family bathroom serves the other two double bedrooms both have fitted wardrobes, patio doors to the balcony, 2 bedrooms have tvs. Outside the villa is a 10x5 infinity swimming pool, large patio area with sunbeds surrounding the pool for sunbathing with a jacuzzi at the far end and BBQ
The villa, has arched covered terraces, is located near Theletra which only 10 to 15 minutes drive away from Paphos, Latchi, Coral Bay. In all directions beaches are easily reached the blue flag Coral bay, Snorkelling at the Sea Caves and St Georges bay, the nature reserve at Lara beach and Akamas , Windsurfing at Latchi which also has a marina. The Villages of Kathikas and Strombi are less than 5 minutes drive.
The Paphos District
The villa is only 10 to 15 minutes drive away from Paphos, Latchi and Coral Bay. The blue flag beaches of Coral bay are easily reached. Enjoy snorkelling at the Sea Caves and St Georges bay, the nature reserve at Lara beach and Akamas , Windsurfing at Latchi which also has a marina. Paphos is the capital of the west and is positively teeming with history . The resort town has as its focal point a charming fishing harbour by Paphos Fort, lined with open-air cafes and tavernas that serve a tempting menu of the days catch.
It was on Paphos shoreline that the mythological Goddess Aphrodite was born a legend that spawned a massive wave of cult worship from neighbouring countries that lasted several centuries. The large rock that juts from the sea is known as Petra tou Romiou - The Venus Rock - while the Baths of Aphrodite at Polis also echoes her apparent penchant for the island. At Palaepafos, Koukiia lie the remains of the Goddesss earliest Sanctuary.
Another first for Paphos was its early recognition of Christianity. While under Roman rule in 45 A.D., it was here that Saint Paul converted the first ruler to the faith.
The legacy from its remarkable history adds up to nothing less than an open museum, so much so that UNESCO simply added the whole town to its World Cultural Heritage List. Among the treasures unearthed, are the remarkable mosaics in the Houses of Dionysos, Theseus and Aion, beautifully preserved after 16 centuries under the soil. Then there are the mysterious vaults and caves, the Tombs of the Kings, the Pillar to which Saint Paul was allegedly tied and whipped, the ancient Odeon Theatre and other places of interest including the Byzantine Museum and the District Archaeological Museum.
Geroskipou with its remarkable five-domed Byzantine church of Agia Paraskevi, and its Folk Art Museum is a village known for many years now for its special delight loukoumi .
Ago Neofytos Monastery, famous for its Encleistra, Enclosure, carved out of the mountain by the hermit himself, boasts some of the finest Byzantine frescoes of the 12th and 15th centuries. Chrysorrogiatissa Monastery makes its own range of wines using home-grown grapes. A small museum dedicated to Archbishop Makarios, first president of Cyprus, is found at Pano Panagia. From here it is a rewarding drive to the majestic Cedar Valley, home of the indigenous Cyprus horned sheep, the Moufflon.
Lempa village can be singled out as one with particular historic significance. In its pretty setting near the sea, Lempas link with prehistory is the site of a chalcolithic settlement. Today the faithful reconstruction of several dwellings, gives an insight into chalcolithic life on the island.
Further north lies the resort-town of Polis, overlooking the beautiful Chrysochou Bay with its charming fishing refuge of Latsi. The relatively unspoilt state of the countryside and villages make the area a real delight for the walker and naturalist.
The low-lying scenery around Paphos, much of it cultivated with banana plantations and backed by the gentle foothills of the western Troodos range, has an attractively open quality to it. This is the gateway to the Peninsula of Akamas, a natural wilderness of incredible beauty with breathtaking gorges, spectacular coastlines and enjoyable nature trails.
Kathikas / Theletra area
The villa is situated mid-way between Paphos, Latchi and coral Bay. Close to the Akamas peninsula. Kathikas village retains its rural charm has a bank, post office, small supermarkets, restaurants. The village is also home to a donkey sanctuary and a tourist information centre ,while Strombi has a bakery and Police station. The area is surrounded by vineyards which supports the two award winning wineries. There two reservoirs close by Evretou and Mavrokolympos where you can go fishing, whilst the nearest golf course is at the newly refurbished Tsada (10 minutes).