Sun-soaked Cyprus tempts holidaymakers with its variety of fun-filled resorts, quaint villages and mysterious, mythological past. Imagine rugged sandy beaches next to traditional town squares, and restaurants offering international and local dishes that you can enjoy whilst being entertained by the sound of live music and dancing. For the night-owls, the more modern beach resorts also offer dining and dancing 'til the early hours amongst the tavernas, bars and nightclubs.
Days out in Cyprus
A day trip in Cyprus is a real experience! Sit back on a lazy day cruise around the Akamas peninsula, enjoy an exciting jeep safari in the Troodos Mountains to see the Caledonia waterfall and amazing wine valleys, or whizz down water slides at Aphrodite water park - a brilliant way to cool off from the sun! For a live ancient history lesson, check out the Tombs of the Kings near Paphos.
Beaches in Cyprus
When not in your Cyprus villa, grab your sun cream and relax on one of Cyprus’ gorgeous beaches. With 500 miles of shoreline, you’re spoilt for choice. Spend the day at Nissi Bay with its fine white sand, beachside tavernas and its own deserted island for the kids to explore. Take a cool dip in the clear shallow waters at Coral Bay beach, try a water sport or simply kick back and relax...
Nightlife in Cyprus
With traditional tavernas, lively nightlife and waterside cafes on the menu, a great night out can be had by all on a Cyprus villa holiday! Coral Bay’s international restaurants and bars offer plenty of choice, as well as traditional Cypriot dishes such as fried Halloumi cheese. Enjoy the freshest fish and chip supper at Latchi - a quaint fishing village full of fantastic seafood restaurants, or set sail on a sunset dinner cruise to watch the sun go down.
Leave room in your suitcase for a shopping spree on your Cyprus villa holiday! With its department stores, souvenir shops and handicraft centre, Paphos central is the place to buy gold jewellery, clothes and local art, or browse the Old Town market stalls for leather goods and traditional Lefkara lace. For something unique, visit Savvas Pottery near Coral Bay to watch the famous pottery take shape, then buy a colourful piece to take home!
Coral Bay is a popular resort with all the essentials of a perfect summer holiday. You'll love the choice of lively bars and restaurants offering a great range of tasty Cypriot and international cuisine.
Occupying a scenic and beautiful location, gently sloping south towards the sparkling Mediterranean, Aphrodite Hills is a truly elegant Holiday Resort where natural beauty, peace and tranquillity meet outstanding sports and leisure facilities.
Set on the island's North West coast, the picturesque fishing village of Latchi lies on the edge of the beautiful Akamas National Park offering the ideal place for relaxation with its laid-back lifestyle.
Our villas in the beautiful, tranquil and traditional village of Argaka offer a touch of rural heaven, and an idyllic setting from which to enjoy the famous Cypriot hospitality and magnificent sunsets.
Polis is ideal for experiencing a taste of the ‘real Cyprus’. A small, traditional town bursting with Cypriot culture, life here revolves around the main square with its cafes, fish restaurants and tavernas.
Pomos is an attractive seaside village with fishing harbour, located on the North West coast of Cyprus just along the coast from Polis, an ideal location for those hoping to experience the 'real Cyprus'.
A wonderful spot to relax and unwind, St George has a small, quiet shingle beach and a small selection of traditional Cypriot and fish restaurants. Just up from the bay is a series of natural rock caves.
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