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Highlights in Cyprus
- A diving paradise
- Heavenly beaches
- Archaeological wealth
- Beautiful towns and villages
- Good wine
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Villas in Cyprus
Are you longing for a nice beach holiday on a beautiful Mediterranean island? Cyprus is a little paradise that will provide you with unique beaches and places to stay so you can have a wonderful time to create memories for a lifetime. Find a nice villa in Pahos, Protaras or Amathus to enjoy a romantic getaway. If you need more room because you are travelling with your family, Pernera is a family-oriented town with lots of activities for kids and if you want to add some trips to historical sites, stay in Coral Bay. To hit the town on Saturday night, Ayia Napa is where you want to stay but if you prefer a nightlife where to mingle with locals, Limassol is the perfect spot!Villas with sea views
Waking up and opening the windows to enjoy the sea views every morning? Now it is a dream come true here in Cyprus! The sun rays will wake you up every day or they will caress your skin as you take a dip in an amazing infinity pool overlooking the horizon. Whitewashed walls, colourful flowers and a wooden touch define the facades of these lovely villas that will make you feel at home. The spacious gardens invite you to have a nice dining al fresco with the family and read a book under the shade of a tree. Just lay down, relax and enjoy.
Travellers and activities
White sand, azure waters and stunning landscapes are the allures that draw beach lovers to Cyprus. This dream destination is an island that boasts some of the cleanest waters in the entire Mediterranean. Fig Tree Bay, Konnos Bay, Love Bridge, Nissi Beach, Aphrodite Beach, Landa Beach, Blue Lagoon, Makronissos Beach, Coral Bay, Lara Bay and Yiannakis Beach are just some of those picture-perfect beaches that will take you to a truly amazing paradise. Book your villa in Cyprus to enjoy them for as long as you want!Cyprus for diving lovers
The warm crystal clear waters of Cyprus are one of the main reasons why many people choose it for their holidays from March to November. If adventure runs through your veins, dive deep and explore the amazing seabed of Cyprus. The Zenobia is a great ferry that sank in the 80s, near Larnaca and it is considered as one of the best diving areas in Europe and amongst the top 10 wreck diving sites in the world! The waters are so clear that it is not even necessary to dive to see it. You see it from a boat with a transparent bottom or by snorkeling. The caves and tunnels of Protaras, the Kyrenia wreck in Ayia Napa or the stunning reef with a 32 m wall in St. George island will make you enjoy marine life and your diving experience in Cyprus. Live it, breath it, dive it.
Did you know that Cyprus is home to the oldest manufactured wine in the world?
Top 7 travel tips in Cyprus
Cyprus has archaeological sites galore and lots of ancient cities but Kouron stands out romantically located on a coastal cliff with the stunning views of the Mediterranean and the beautiful landscape. Take a walk and explore the different places within Kourion including the theatre, the House of Eustolios and the Byzantine basilica.2. Feel the laid-back vibe of Larnaca
Larnaca keeps a real feeling of a laid-back life where travellers will find beaches, sun, tons of fun, the Turkish neighbourhood of Skala and the church of St. Lazarus. Admire the flocks of pink flamingos in spring at the salt lake and visit the little hill villages nearby.3. Once upon a time, there was a castle...
A castle with perfect layouts and strongholds used by Crusaders. This is Kolossi Castle, a beautiful tiny building overlooking the sea from a privileged position, just outside of Limassol. The beautiful castle ruins of St. Hilarion are the remains of an old Crusader bastion that keeps lots of myths and legends. Explore the soldier barracks, the towers and the royal apartments. Once you reach the top, you will get the mesmerising views. Kyrenia, Larnaca fort, Paphos Castle and Kantara castle are some of the beautiful structures you can visit during your stay in Cyprus.4. Trek to Cape Greco
Getting away from the crowds during summer months? Head to Ayia Napa and take any of the walking trails that will take you to Cape Greco, a beautiful national park. Admire the pretty local orchids with the blue Mediterranean Sea as its breathtaking backdrop. Sit down, relax and take in the views from the top.5. Get a taste of Paphos
Take two or three days to have a good look at the Archaeological Park, Fabrica Hill, Aphrodite’s Rock and her sanctuary, Saint Neophytos Monastery or the tombs of the Kings. After a long day of visits, take a little wine tour and tasting the day after and get the flavours in your mouth. Browse the little shops and stop for a coffee.6. Let Troodos charm you
The Troodos mountains are dotted with beautiful villages full of traditional stone houses and charming narrow cobbled streets, refreshing waterfalls and lots of walking trails for those explorers wishing to discover new paths. In addition, in the area there are the famous churches of Troodos, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. To get away from the heat and get some cool feeling, Troodos will give you a cool sensation for those hot summer days. Check amongst the pine trees and find the chocolate making workshop.7. Visit Limassol
Limassol is on the southern coast of Cyprus and it is known for its centuries-old castle, the Archaeological Museum, the Cyprus Medieval Museum and the collection of pottery and tombstones. The Prokyma Sculpture Park exhibits sculptures by different artists. But Limassol is also a very modern city with a fantastic Marina and a very vibrant nightlife.
FAQs: Villas in Cyprus
Which types of amenities are offered by the villas in Cyprus?
Out of the facilities offered by Holidu, it appears that the villas in Cyprus offer everything that travellers need! Here, the villas generally offer a variety of amenities, the most popular being: air conditioning (95%), Wi-Fi (92%), and pool (91%)...What more could you want?!
How are the reviews for the villas in Cyprus?
On average, the villas here have rather positive comments. Judging by the Holidu data, 35% of villas have a rating equivalent to or higher than 4.5 stars. This is a fairly high percentage which allows us to confirm that there are quite a few that are very enjoyable and will be the perfect choice for your next holiday.
Are the villas in Cyprus child-friendly?
According to the Holidu data, 68% of villas in Cyprus are suitable for holidays with children, so you won't have any difficulty finding the perfect villa for you and your family.
Are the villas in Cyprus pet-friendly?
Definitely! In Cyprus, 12% of the villas accept them, 73% also have a garden!
Do the villas in Cyprus often offer an internet connection?
Yes! According to the data collected last year, 92% of villas in Cyprus have an internet connection. You will be able to access your emails and favourite social media sites at any time!
What are the prices like for villas in Cyprus?
According to Holidu's database, less than 40% villas in Cyprus that are less than €100 a night.
Do the villas in Cyprus typically have a fireplace or a pool?
You're in luck! According to Holidu's data, the villas in Cyprus have everything you need for all seasons. Here, 23% are equipped with a fireplace and 91% a pool.
Are the villas in Cyprus suitable for holidays with friends or better for an escape as a couple?
According to the data collected last year by Holidu, 99% of villas welcome small groups of up to four guests. Approximately 99% of the villas here have at least two separate bedrooms. This is the ideal destination for families of four!