Changeover days can be arranged to suit our clients Holiday Dates as we realise that Flights are arriving into Cyprus daily now!
NOW WIFI AND COMPUTER IN OUR VILLA FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE!
ALSO MOBILE TELEPHONE WITH CREDIT WHEN YOU ARRIVE!
Our Villa is in ideal location for those wishing to discover the 'real Cyprus', the local village of Phiti is just 25km from Paphos and 15 minute drive to the fabulous Polis/Latchi area for snorkelling, swimming and fish restaurants!
Set in beautiful country side, perfect for walking, photography, painting, bird-watching or just enjoying the real Cypriot village life. The villa commands 'superb panoramic sea and mountain views' private Villa!
Situated 600 metres above sea level, the temperature in the summer months is a cool 5 degrees lower than on the coast!
Our Villa comprises: Kitchen with fridge/freezer, grill, hob,oven, microwave, kettle, toaster, and washing machine.
Spacious Lounge with Feature Fireplace.
Bedrooms comprise: master bedroom with double bed and 2 further bedrooms with 2 single beds in each room, bathroom, 1 bathroom,shower and w.c., 2nd bathroom comprises bath, with shower over, basin, w.c.
Phiti boasts one of the healthiest climates in Cyprus! The private swimming pool (6m x 4m) has large terraces, which have breath-taking sea and mountain views over this totally unspoilt and picturesque area of Cyprus.
Village tavernas (2) are just two minutes walk away where you can enjoy the finest local cuisine. The pace of life here, has a remarkable effect on everyone and after a short time you will find it quite difficult to do anything else but relax.
Cyprus:-: Cyprus is the third largest Island in the Mediterranean, it is an island of beauty and a country of contrasts. Cool, pine-clad mountains are a complete scene-change after golden sun-kissed beaches. Tranquil, timeless villages are in striking contrast to modern cosmopolitan towns. Luxurious beach side hotels can be exchanged for large areas of natural unspoilt countryside. Yet in Cyprus all distances are easily manageable, mostly on modern roads and highways - with a secondary route or two for the more adventurous. The summers are long and hot, fruit trees buckle under the weight of their bounty as do the vines, the grapes of which go into producing some fine local wines. The Island has long been of great strategic importance and boasts the legacy of many of its occupying empires, fortifications built by the Crusaders still stand. A villa holiday here is idyllic, there is lots to see and plenty to do, the welcome is warm and the weather likewise.
Lasa and Phiti Villages:-: Set deep in the Paphos hills, Phiti and Lasa villages beckon the determined traveller from the Paphos tourist belt. Away from the souvenir shops, ice cream and hamburgers, this region was really discovered by a handful of travellers, passing to or from Chrysorroyiatissa Monastery. The warmth and rich hospitality you will find here are as sincere and old as Cyprus itself. This is a corner of Cyprus as yet untouched by mass commercial development; a timeless paradise where the daily chores needing attention eventually become urgent enough to get done; for the visitor it is not easy to determine when, how, or by whom. There is little routine to speak of, no obvious order. At the same time, there is no sense of disorder, just a warm feeling that if one had to, spend the rest of ones life here, it would not be difficult.
Local Shopping:-: Part and parcel of any holiday is the question of what to take home. Leather is very good value. The shoe shops stock up-to-date styles at very reasonable prices. Handbags, suitcases and jackets are a good bargain. Shoes and jackets, as well as men's suits and shirts, can be made-to-measure within a week or so. Handicrafts abound on every shopping street. A good spot to view them is the Cyprus Handicraft Centre in Lefkosia, with retail shops in every town. Small items of the distinctive, traditional pottery make good gifts, and so does Cyprus copper ware and filigree silver. Always popular is the beautiful 'Lefkaritika' or ' Lefkara Lace'. Folkweave, needle and crochet work, woodwork and basketwork are a few more of the things visitors like to take home with them, not to mention Cyprus brandy which can be bought by the demijohn, Commandaria and even Halloumi - the Cyprus cheese.