Resort Centre : 0.1km
Shops : 0.1km
Walking Distance to Beach
Walking Distance to Shop
Walking Distance to Restaurant
Coral Bay is along the coast of Western Cyprus, just north of Paphos. It has not been commercialised as much as other parts of Cyprus, and still retains much its natural beauty. There are plenty of bars, shops and restaurants in Coral Bay, offering a wide variety of cuisines from all around the world, including the famous Greek Cypriot meze. For serene, sun-soaked relaxation, you can’t do much better than a luxury villa in Coral Bay with a private pool.
Beaches - Coral Bay beach is considered to be the best beach in Cyprus. 600 metres long, this horseshoe-shaped bay slopes gradually, making it a very family-friendly beach. The beach also has plenty of water sport activities available such as water skiing and windsurfing. Many of our luxury villas in Coral Bay are within walking distance of this beach and other beautiful beaches.
There are three golf courses in the Coral Bay area – Aphrodite Hills, Tsada Golf Course and Secret Valley Golf Course, all offering amazing scenery. Whether you’re a seasoned golfer or you can barely tee off, choosing a luxury villa to rent in Coral Bay gives you the perfect excuse to practice your swing.
Things to do Whilst Staying at a Villa in Coral Bay
There are plenty of activities to do in Cyprus – anything from a relaxing game at one of the tournament-class golf courses to, to an exhilarating race around a go-kart track.
Coral Bay is ideal for a wide range of water sports, including banana boats, water skiing, pedalos, jet skiing, and more.
Paphos is home to the largest water park in Cyprus, and the biggest family rafting ride in Europe.
There are a few dive centres in Coral Bay, with three of the best dive sites – Maninji Island, Akamas Peninsular and the wreck of the Zenobia.
The Coral Bay Go-Karting centre is a great day out; there are karts for all different age groups.
Ithaki Amusement Park and Mini Golf boasts a video games arcade and a café bar. It’s ideal for families staying at a holiday villa rental, and there is a play area for smaller children with swings and slides.
Paphos Bird and Animal Park
The park is spread over 1 million square metres of natural landscape, with lakes, ponds and gardens. It houses one of the largest private collections of birds in the world. There is also a child-friendly petting zoo, making it a great family day out for those staying at a luxury villa in Coral Bay.
The Adonis baths and waterfalls are close to Coral Bay, with a large waterfall and some amazing scenery. The site is rich with history and heritage.
Villas in Coral Bay are ideal for those who enjoy visiting historical sites in beautiful surroundings. Here are just a few of the most popular attractions to visit:
This was built on the entrance to the harbour to defend from attacks from the sea, and then was re-used as a prison in later years. Visitors may enter across a drawbridge to explore the dungeons or climb to the battlements to experience extensive views across the bay and harbour.
Early Christian Basilica, St Paul's Pillar
A religious site, where allegedly St Paul was given 39 lashes when he came to the island. The small Roman Catholic church of Panagia Chrysopolitissa (Agia Kyriaki), built in the 12th century, is still used for Catholic mass.
Agia Solomoni and Agios Lamprianos Catacombs
There are around 20 steps down to the church, where you will find the remains of religious paintings covering the walls, and some holy water. There are also some very old catacombs and an old terebinth tree which is adorned with pieces of cloth left by pilgrims.
A small museum housing mainly religious items.
District Archaeological Museum
A large museum housing finds from local excavations, including Greek, Roman and medieval items.
Monday – Agora Street market.
Wednesday ��� Indoor/outdoor market (At the Duck Pond, off Tomb of the Kings Road).
Saturday mornings ��� Agora Street market, Paphiakos indoor car boot market.
Sunday – Timi Village car boot sale, indoor/outdoor market (At the Duck Pond, off Tomb of the Kings Road).
Fiestas and Festivals
o February – Limassol
o March – The Paphos Marathon, the Classical Games
o May – Flower Festival
o July – A series of summer concerts, Koumandaria Festival celebrates the wine of the region
o August - Arkadia Festival
o September - Aphrodite Festival