Set on a new complex, this quiet town-house enjoys an enviable position looking out over the large pool and sun terrace. It has been furnished in a comfortable, modern style and has large, patio windows which bring the outside in and which allows for an al-fresco holiday lifestyle.
A flat-screen TV linked to a satellite system. WiFi internet is available for a small fee which is paid locally.
The Polis Gardens complex has five swimming pools laid out in landscaped gardens (including a toddlers pool). The large swimming pool for this property is (almost!) literally on your doorstep.
A 5 min walk takes you into the centre of Polis with its quiet laid-back charm and to its varied eateries and traditional tavernas, therefore a car is unnecessary, however is useful for exploring further afield.
Sleeps 4 (2 bedrooms).
Why B2: This town-house is around three years old and enjoys off-road parking.
It has been lovingly furnished in light oak with two, two-seater settees and decorated with comfortable fixtures and fittings. Huge patio doors allow the outside in and the fly screens fitted to these doors and all windows keep annoying insects out whilst affording views of a large, stunning swimming pool and the sun terrace situated just beyond your own private patio.
If you enjoy a glass of wine or two when on holiday, the town of Polis is a few minutes walk, so even the designated driver can partake in the celebrations.
Cot and high chair provided on request. Free welcome pack is provided on arrival.
Because this town-house is within walking distance to Polis, a car is not essential and collections can be arranged from Paphos airport at a fraction the price of the local taxis.
Beach and villages:: Polis beach is a five minute drive away as are the beaches connecting Polis with Latchi. There are a number of EU designated blue-flag beaches with life-guards on duty.
The Paphos area has a number which are within easy access and well worth exploring. Coastal villages such as Argaka and Pomos together with inland villages like Kathikas, Steni and Drouisha offer fresh, local fare at a fraction the cost of the main tourist areas. Many are proud of their heritage and have small museums giving an insight into local crafts and traditions. The mountain villages of Kathikas and Droushia also offer a retreat from the coastal heat on the hottest days.
Further attractions: : Within an easy distance to the Akamas peninsular for walking, bird-watching, cycling etc... Bikes can be hired locally. Polis, with its pedestrianised central square is well-catered for restaurants, tavernas and bars as well as shops, supermarkets and banks.
For nature lovers, the conservation area of Lara Bay is a short car journey away. Lara Bay is a protected beach and one of the few areas in the Mediterranean where Loggerhead and Green turtles lay their eggs.