Detached Villa, Bedrooms 3, Bathrooms 2, (Sleeps 7)
- english, french, spanish, italian, dutch, greek
Check-in: 1:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
The villa is perfectly positioned right next to the sea and within walking distance to several re...
The villa is perfectly positioned right next to the sea and within walking distance to several restaurants, particularly the excellent Santa Barbara Beach Restaurant. The villa itself is spacious and there are several areas to dine inside and out depending on sun and shade. Beds are comfortable and there’s lots of cupboard and hanging space. The pool and surrounding patio are divine. What a great holiday.
Very pleasant stay, everything was as expected or better, the agency was very helpful....
Very pleasant stay, everything was as expected or better, the agency was very helpful.
This villa was a complete let down for the money we paid, this was by no means worth the money I was charged, we have stayed in many villas and this by far was the worst and the most expensive. I have written to Agni and asked for my letter to be forwarded to the owner of this property. The only good thing about this property was its position - it was perfect - just a shame the owner doesn't keep standards up inside of the villa, it was like walking into a students accommodation - very cheap and no effort put into making the place feel like our home for the our stay.
Argaka was a lovely place and the villa was spacious and clean. It is a great place to go and exp...
Argaka was a lovely place and the villa was spacious and clean. It is a great place to go and explore Cyprus.
A Cypriot retreat
Great property in Argaka. Very spacious and all you need for a great holiday. Property management very responsive to any queries or problems that arose. Argaka is a quiet village with a few tavernas. Polis is about a 15 min drive which has lots of great tavernas and suoermarkets and chemists etc.
Not what I had paid for
I picked this villa for the outside space, I ended up with a villa next door but one because of maintenance issues and had to ask to be moved from that villa because it smelt so damp it was unbearable. We were then moved to a villa just up the road, which was much better apart from the plaster in the living room flaking away due to a really wet season. Other than that, the location is beautiful and villa is super clean. The Santa Barbara restaurant is a 5 min walk and blooming brilliant food! It made us want to move to the area, not just the food but the service too! Wonderful staff!!
Villa Aspelia is situated in Argaka, Cyprus. Argaka is a quiet fruit farming community, located along a pretty coast, offering an ideal location for those who appreciate local authenticity and friendliness along with a beach holiday. There are several tavernas, bars and shops along the beach front. Above Argaka stretches the Troodos forest with its delightful walks and trails.
Kynousa: a small hamlet with tiny Church and local coffee-shop - which occasionally turns into an impromptu taverna offering the most amazing homemade Cypriot specialities! It is a very sleepy location and offers some very enjoyable walks into the Troodos foothills and around the Troodos lake.
Polis: is a pretty village with narrow streets and casual tavernas. The buildings are made of local, hand cut stone which has gently aged into a soft honey colour. It is the ideal place to meander and enjoy an afternoon drink or evening meal.
Pomos: is a quaint fishing village located at the foot of the Troodos hills, ideally situated for those who enjoy walking the coastline and mountain tracks. The small harbour of Pomos is the central focal point of local life with fishing boats laden with nets and the catch of the day eagerly offered by the waterside tavernas. A magnificent Byzantine church dominates the small village centre which also offers a choice of restaurants, a coffee shop, supermarket and bank with ATM machine.
Latchi: At Latchi you will find a laid back Cypriot village with a sandy beach and waterfront tavernas. Local life focuses on the fishing harbour. The local bars are low key and welcoming.
Akamas Peninsula: is a nature reserve, just after Latchi, which is protected by UNESCO. It was the playground of the Greek Goddess, Aphrodite. You can swim, cycle, walk and explore this very beautiful area of the island while enjoying the wild flowers and butterflies.
The Baths of Aphrodite: a mythical location where, according to legend, Aphrodite used to bathe, set within an olive grove with sweet smelling wild flowers. It is here that she met her beloved Adonis for the first time. Adonis was hunting in the Akamas forest when he stopped to quench his thirst. He was struck by the sight of the naked goddess bathing in the crystal waters. Aphrodite and Adonis were instantly bewitched by each other's extraordinary beauty. The location is now a tended garden and well worth a visit.