This 2 bedroom, single storey villa is perfect for a romantic retreat, with the focus combining indoor and outdoor living.
High glazed doors throughout allow the tranquil Cypriot evenings to filter through the hone. A graceful use of stonework and timber, along with traditional details, create a hideaway in harmony with the style of the architecture found on the island. Intimate dinners or grander occasions are easy with a beautiful open living area, spilling onto an outdoor entertaining space.
A large dining room presents full height glazed doors on two sides, opening to the gardens. This space is aptly served by a large light fitted kitchen, accommodating the needs of the most discerning purchasers.
The spacious master bedroom looks over the gardens and is served by a grand en-suite bathroom and wardrobe. A second guest bedroom is reached by a small flight of skylight stairs. The lower ground floor is used as an office with a telephone, internet and electrical sockets.
- Private Overflow Swimming Pool
- External BBQ with sink and power
- Double Pergola covered parkig
- Alarm Fitted
- Fully Furnished
- Air conditioning
- Electric gate to driveway
- Underfloor heating.
- Total Plot Area : 1300 square metres
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Aphrodite Hills is set 300 metres above sea level overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and the warm sun. In a superb location this multi-award winning resort is just two minutes drive from the main Limassol-Paphos highway. Paphos is just a short drive away and other towns are also easily accessible. Secluded and tranquil, the resort is surrounded by protected forest land on which development is prohibited. This is truly a place in which to escape the pressures of today's world!
Situated on two plateaux and separated by a ravine, the western side provides the resort’s central facilities including the Village Square, the Intercontinental Hotel and the community villages of apartments and townhouses. The eastern side of the ravine is the setting for the individual villas with pools each set on a private plot.
Golf Course, Club and Academy
There is an 18-hole championship golf course, double ended 350 metre practice range, four target greens with bunkers, short game practice facilities, three academy hole (1 x Par 3, 2 x Par 4), two resident professional golf instructors, a large and inviting clubhouse with bar and restaurant facilities and a terrace overlooking the 18th green. The Pro shop offers the latest fashions in golf apparel and golf equipment from leading manufacturers. Select Resorts would be delighted to book your golf for you if you have booked accommodation with us within the Aphrodite Hills Resort.
Four-course Tennis Academy
For those feeling energetic the floodlit tennis courts are centrally located, near the Spa.
State of the art Roman Spa ‘The Retreat’
Located in the heart of the resort, The Retreat Spa offers a haven of calm and tranquility. Facilities include a 20m heated pool and sun deck overlooking the sea, treatment rooms, thermae experience, changing rooms with sauna and steam rooms and a health club. Special Spa Package Rates are available to all clients who pre-book accommodation with Select Resorts.
The Village Square
This is the focus of daily living in Aphrodite Hills and is set in the heart of the resort. The facilities currently open here include an information centre, cash machine, mini market and shops. A selection of bars and restaurants is available including a traditional Mediterranean tavern, Pizza & Pasta restaurant, Asian Corner restaurant, Kafenio/Ouzeri, Pub & Bar and a Coffee Shop.
The Beach Club is set on a sandy beach just a short drive from the hotel, where there are complimentary sunbeds and towels accompanied by the hotel’s 5 star service. There is a shuttle service on an hourly basis, which operates from the hotel. This service is complimentary for hotel guests or CYP£5 per person for villa/apartment residents. Pre-booking at least 24-hours in advance is essential with the Hotel Concierge.
This specially designed, large outdoor area is available for a range of sports. Enjoy a game of volleyball, basketball or mini football and get fit in the fresh air whilst having fun!
Kid’s Club and Playground
A children’s playground, kid's club and video games area are all located at the Village Square. They offer indoor and outdoor play areas for including activities and games for children 3 to 12 years old. There is also a games room for teenagers. Extra Kid’s Club facilities are also to be found within the hotel premises for hotel guests. Please note that there is a fee for using some of these services.
The mini golf facilities are located in front of the Village Square. A number of mini golf lanes are available for young golf lovers.
The stables are located in the forested land of ‘Lakkos tou Frangou’, an area just to the north of the resort. Pony rides and lessons are available.
Located within the dramatic ravine that separates the resort into two, the 3km long path features varied flora and fauna and an interesting and sometimes spectacular geology. Over 150 plants and 60 animal species have been recorded.
Asphalted biking trails are available within the Resort. For more challenging tours, rugged trails are available within the forestry land of ‘Lakkos tou Frangou’ or very close to the resort towards ‘Aphrodite’s Rock’. Bike rental is available at the Village Square.
Please ask a member of our sales team for further details on any of the above activities and facilities.
The island of Cyprus has welcomed visitors for centuries and today it is a vibrant and colourful Mediterranean destination with year round sunshine and natural hospitality creating a unique environment for visitors. In addition to the familiar attractions of the sea, beaches and watersports, the island's scenery is delightfully varied and in the spring the hillsides and fields are ablaze with colourful wild flowers.
APHRODITE'S ROCK: on the south coast of the island, on one of the most beautiful beaches, lies 'Petra tou Romiou' as it's known in Cyprus, the location where Aphrodite, the goddess of beauty and love, was said to have emerged from the sea. Aphrodite's Rock is a massive chunk of stone that marks the spot.
LARNACA: an hour's drive from Aphrodite Hills, this holiday town is lined by a palm-fringed, Miami-style seafront promenade, backed by restaurants and fronted by Phinikoudes, a long, sandy beach. For a quieter beach on the outskirts of town, try McKenzie with water sports and tavernas too. Visit the 'lace' village of Pano Lefkara in the foothills of the Troodos, a short drive from Larnaka, Lefkare lace is renowned for the use of it's famous 'river' pattern, which even appears in the tablecloth of Da Vinci's Last Supper. The Pierdies Museum in the old town of Larnaka houses a collection of artefacts from all over the island including Ancient Greek vases and Byzantine glassware. Then there's the Hala Sultan Tekke, which is one of the few Muslim pilgrimage sites left in Greek Cyprus, and is set amongst palm trees on the other side of Larnaka's salt lake.
LIMASSOL: just 30 minutes drive away, this town is largely modern, but en-route travelling from Paphos it is worth visiting the ruins of Kourion. These consist of a restored Greek amphitheatre, which hosts a Shakespeare Festival in the summer, and another ruined Byzantine basilica, which occupies a dizzying cliff-top position. Nearby is the Crusader castle of Kolossi, which is set amongst vineyards that grow the grapes for the delicious Commandaria wine. It is interesting to stroll along the streets of Limasol Old Town, which has a variety of small tourist shops and roadside cafes. Visit the Cyprus Handicraft Shop for beautiful ceramics, lace, basketry, embroidery and other items made by traditional craftspeople from around the island. Also the castle, which is now a museum, and the old Carob factory, which has been recently renovated and the Time Elevator which shows the history of Cyprus in a fun and interesting way - well worth a visit.
NICOSIA: one hour away, this 1000 year old capital should be on every visitor's agenda. It lies roughly in the centre of the island, within easy reach of other towns. A walk through the old city is to step backwards in time. Narrow streets and old houses with ornate balconies jut from weather beaten sandstone walls, and craftsmen in small workshops practice trades unchanged for centuries. There are many unique places of interest left from the ancient times, the present Nicosia is also a dynamic metropolitan city with an attractive modern look and some excellent shops and restaurants.
PAPHOS: the first stop simply has to be the Paphos Mosaics uncovered by a farmer back in the 1960s. The Roman floors are decorated with priceless, colourful mosaics which depict Dionysus giving the secret of wine to man of the Minotaur in his Labyrinth and many others. Also worth a visit is Kyriaki Church in the center of Paphos, ruins of 4th century and 12th century churches are located beside the 15th century Orthodox Ayia Kyriaki. This Byzantine church became a mosque during the Ottoman rule, reverted to the Christian Orthodox for 300 years and is now home to both the Anglican and Catholic communities of Paphos! Paphos' best beach is Coral Bay. This is a beautiful, sandy horseshoe-shaped bay just outside Paphos. It is easily reached by car, has a cafe on the beach and clear, calm waters. The beach slopes gradually, so is safe for children. The major shops in Kato Paphos are tourist-orientated, but it is interesting to visit the harbour in the evening and stroll along to the fort. There are many restaurants nearby offering a wide variety of reasonably priced menus.
PISSOURI VILLAGE: at one time Pissouri village, on the hill, had a fishing jetty a few kilometres away down the hill, known as Pissouri jetty. Now they are two distinct communities, Pissouri village and Pissouri Beach. The total population in the summer is said to reach around 1100 people, about half of whom are Cypriots, the rest foreign, mainly British, residents and visitors. Pissouri has managed to retain it's traditional Cypriot character, while adapting very successfully to welcome visitors. There has been a limited amount of, mostly, well judged development in and around the village. Visitors can find almost anything they want in Pissouri - there are several shops and just every need is available. As far as tavernas, restaurants and bars are concerned, there is an amazing number and variety - and they are all good, serving food and drink of exceptional quality. There are also two banks in Pissouri village square. During the summer there is a weekly 'Cyprus night' in the lovely traffic free village square, with dancing and music. Although the idea is perhaps that it provides entertainment for the visitors to Pissouri, it is also true that a significant number of those present every week are the villagers themselves, thus it really is a true Cyprus night.
TROODOS: while most tourism is concentrated around the coastal resorts, the interior of the island offers a charm of its own. An hour's drive away are the undulating hillsides of the Troodos and Makheras mountains, spotted with hundreds of tiny villages which, especially in summer, offer a cool retreat from the hustle and bustle of the beaches. In winter the same mountains offer the option of an alpine style holiday. The hightest point of the Troodos range is Mount Olympus (1,952 metres) easily discernible from almost any place on the island, a little below it stands Troodos village, which has a few hotels and restaurants, and an expanding ski area resort with four pistes - two beginners' slopes and intermediate and advanced runs on the north face.