We have been to this area before and enjoy the area.
In Cyprus, people like to eat well and at meal times typically enjoy an array of traditional courses. When you choose villas in Cyprus, prepare to slip into this relaxed pace of life with a long, lazy evening meal at a local taverna. Sample traditional Greek meze - an endless flow of Eastern Mediterranean dishes served in one sitting. Visit harbour-side tavernas offering freshly-caught fish, or enjoy a selection of international menus along Cyprus' pretty coastline in popular resorts like Coral Bay. For ultimate relaxation, grill fresh local produce in the comfort of your own Cyprus villa. And don’t forget that there’s always the option of self-catering in Cyprus for your own selection of local cuisines.
Cyprus has an overwhelming cultural heritage. Wherever you travel on the island you'll find ancient monuments and sites, churches and monasteries depicting over 9,000 years of history. Its open-air museums are filled with relics including a wealth of Greek temples, Roman mosaics and 15th-century frescoes. Among Cyprus' top attractions are its Roman settlements, castle dungeons and old city walls. On your Cyprus villa holidays, a visit to Aphrodite's Rock is a must - just a few kilometres west of Pissouri, it marks the spot where the legendary goddess emerged from the waves.
Visitors flock to Cyprus to explore the island's natural splendours, from hiking, windsurfing and sailing, to horse riding at sunset. For a true look at traditional life head to the wonderful rural villages, with their authentic stone-clad houses nestled in the foothills of the mountain. The more adventurous, and those on family Cyprus villa holidays, can explore the island by bike or by boat, take a jeep excursion or play a round of golf at one of Cyprus' three championship golf courses. Small sandy coves offer magnificent snorkelling where you can explore rich underwater sea-life.
Traditional town squares play host to local restaurants, shops and bars offering a real taste of Cyprus' culture with live Bouzouki music and dancing. A good selection of tavernas, bars and small nightclubs can be found in the region's larger, more cosmopolitan beachside resorts. Here, you'll be able to dine and dance until the early hours. Why not visit the main resort of Paphos on from our villas in Cyprus and sample the town's bustling nightlife, from local discos to sophisticated night spots.