Villa Alexandros is situated in Latchi, Cyprus. This holiday rental property sleeps up to 7 people. Villa Alexandros has has 3 air conditioned bedrooms. If an additional bed is required there is 1 folding bed. The villa can sleep up to 7 people. Large open-plan lounge/dining area, kitchen, 3 Bedrooms (1double, 2 twin), 2 bathrooms/wc, private pool.The village of Latchi and sea views beyond as seen from the villa. At night, the automatic evening lighting ensures, that you can continue to enjoy the pool area even when it is dark. Size: 8m x 4m Depths: Shallow: 1.0m; Deep End: 1.80m
Opposite the pool is a raised dining terrace, where you can enjoy a meal while watching any young ones in the pool.Around the pool are padded sun beds and shades.Around the pool and villa are mature gardens.The pool area is completely secluded and exclusively for your use only.
Holiday Rating: Good
Recommend Property: Yes
Cleaner Rating: Excellent
The owner Valentina was fabulous and very helpful.We enjoyed the villa very much and it's close proximity to the town (5 min walk through Zenning holiday resort).The villa location is very tranquil. The villa is well equipped clean and the owners very helpful and stunning views are enjoyed from the upstairs balcony.The evenings were very relaxing with no traffic and just the sound of crickets and goats in the distance. Restaurant Zouk (owned by villa owners) with 10 off meals and Moro's are well worth visiting. Despite the media Cyprus is still a fantastic Island to visit and is safer than most of European destinations. You won't regret it.Beautiful weather (high 90's all holiday) and the owner Valentina is a wonderful person and very helpful.Many thanks. A great relaxing break.
We have had another thoroughly enjoyable holiday with Agni Travel.
One of the best we have had in Cyprus, this was our 5th visit to the area we look forward to booking again next year, thank you once again for a fantastic holiday
A lovely retreat for 10 nights for 6 of us ranging from 8 to 80 years old. The owner (who lived next door) was never anything other than helpful - they came round to check if we needed anything at the beginning of the holiday (even brought us a cake!). We had a flat tyre on our last day and again, they helped us.
We travelled with Agni Travel, who were OK'ish. They sent a couple of texts asking if everything was OK and then completely ignored the responses! Anyway, the owner sorted us out in 10 mins.
The villa was in a gorgeous location - although it's not as close to the beach/restaurants as stated (you really, really need a car!), it did feel like you were away from it all but still had some great restaurants within a 10 minute drive.
The secluded pool was well maintained - there are 4 sunbeds and a natural parasol (although these have seen better days). We didn't use the BBQ or do any cooking but there was everything you needed (should you wish - nor did I do any washing!). Both the Sea and Inland views (depending on your bedroom) were beautiful and there was a true feeling of tranquility.
The only negative comment I have is the quality of towels (and bedspreads) - they are so thin and scratchy.
We ate out every evening in different restaurants, usually in Latchi or Polis and found most of the restaurants to be of a really good standard. Prices were similar to UK for eating out. A typical Greek Dish such as Stiffado/Kleftico etc. was between 12 and 16 euros - kids meals were around 5 euros. A bottle of Keo beer was anywhere between 1.8 to 3 Euros and a Smirnoff Ice between 3 - 5 Euros. Evening meal cost between 70 - 90 Euros for 5 usually including starters and a main (no dessert tho). Our cheapest meal was at the Souli (in Latchi), our favourite meal was at Molos in Latchi. SeaFare and Faros were also favourites - both in Latchi. We went to Moustakallis in Polis for the bbq which came highly recommended - it was OK. BBQ food had mostly sold out by 8pm.
Pizza Hut was 18.50 for two large pizzas.
The supermarkets were more expensive.
We also rented a motor boat for the day from Latchi Water Sports Centre, which seemed like a really professional organisation who took safety very seriously. We paid 112 Euros for four hours and used about 20 euros worth of petrol. This was for a mid range boat with a donut/rubber ring type thing that we could pull along behind us.
Otherwise it was totally chilled - perfick!
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.
Other Activities: Boat Rental