Dionyssos Gardens is a new development in a bijou complex of only 10 apartments, completed in mid 2009. This 2 bedroom penthouse apartment, with roof garden & large veranda, has the master bedroom & a separate games room in the rounded turret of the building. The air conditioned apartment can sleep up to six people (2 on the sofa bed). There is a further bedroom and 2 bathrooms, one en-suite to the master bedroom. The apartment also benefits from a fully fitted & equipped kitchen with granite worktops. For your use, there's a microwave, washing machine, iron & hairdryer etc. In the lounge there's a flat screen TV, XBox Console (& a selection of games), iPod docking station, books & colouring sets - in fact all you'll need to make your time spent in Cyprus most comfortable! Outside, adjacent to the communal pool, there's shower/changing rooms and sun loungers. On the roof, there's a low walled private roof garden & games room, complete with table football & BBQ etc.
Location: The apartment is fantastically located, just 15km's and 20 minutes by car from Paphos Airport. A 7 minute walk will take you into the main street where a number of restaurants and bars can be found and a further 7 minute stroll you will be at the harbour. There are a few small supermarkets dotted around nearby, for your shopping supplies. Being so well located, there really is no need to hire a car, but there are many places all over the Island worth a visit.
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Cyprus is situated in the southeast corner of the Mediterranean Sea, close to Turkey, Israel and Egypt. It enjoys year round sunshine with an average summer maximum temperature of around 30ºC and an average winter minimum rarely falling below 15ºC. Due to their height, the Troodos mountains are snow covered in winter but snow is almost unheard of around the coast. Because of its location, Cyprus has always been a strategically and economically important place and as such has much to offer in the way of history and religion. Tourism is now an important part of the Cypriot economy and the local people always have a warm welcome for visitors. However, there is plenty of unspoilt countryside and local village life continues at a slow pace outside the main coastal towns. Cyprus produces excellent wines from both vineyards and monasteries. The supposed birthplace of Aphrodite, Cyprus remains the Island of Love. Paphos, once the capital of Cyprus, is now a relaxing seaside resort .
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