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Josephine -beach front apartment

Situated in in Protaras, sea view from all rooms! Contemporary designed, it consists of open plan kitchen, dining and living area which opens up to a balcony, good size bedroom and bathroom with walk-in shower room.

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  2. Paphos
Luxury modern villa on the beach!

Our new luxury 4 bedroom modern villa sleeps up to 8 people and is ideal for those who seeks relaxations and peace The villa is centrally located in Paphos near the hotels directly in front of the Mediterranean sea thus guests can enjoy a relaxing swimming to the beach or to our secluded communal swimming pool.

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VILLA VALERIA - walking to Kalamies Beach

This amazing brand new villa offers a unique lifestyle of tranquillity and relaxation. The villa has three good sized bedrooms (three en-suite) and amazing roof top terrace. Fully equipped, this villa is the perfect place to enjoy every minute of your holiday. 100 metres from golden sands of Sirena Bay Beach. 300 metres from Paralimni Marina 400 meters from golden sands of Kalamies Beach. a short walk to local amenities.

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aiora
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  2. Nicosia
Small Room But Beautiful house !
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  2. Larnaca
Mariandry Boutique Apartment 22 (1D)
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  2. Limassol
Private single room in shared flat, best location
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  2. Paphos
Studio in the centre of Paphos
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  2. CY
Kitonas Junior Apartment 401
  1. Private room
  2. Paphos
Fabulous Cyprus Paphos villa with pool room
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  2. Oroklini
Lovely Room With Swimming Pool
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  2. Limassol
Modern ground flat with pool, patio, beach in 200m
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  2. Paphos
Cozy apartment- great location in Paphos area
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  2. Larnaca
Newly renovated! E.C. Studio 2 Apartment
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  2. Paralimni
MERYL - Coralli Spa Protaras, Standard View Studio Apartment

Your guide to Cyprus

All About Cyprus

The third largest island in the Mediterranean, Cyprus has a wealth of coastline and plenty to explore away from the shore. Wildlife-spotting, archaeological wonders, secluded forests, and dramatic mountain backdrops draw visitors in the know. Right in the heart of the southern part of the island, Troodos National Forest Park combines winter ski runs with picnic spots for sunny days across its four nature reserves. Look out for hundreds of native plants and rare eagles on your adventures here. Back on the coast, sweeping Pissouri Beach has Blue Flag status — as do many on Cyprus — while Ayia Napa is home to stunning sea caves as well as the lively nightlife for which it’s known.

Diving enthusiasts will struggle to tear themselves away from the corals of Paphos’ Amphorae Reef and the underwater tunnels and shipwrecks around the shoreline. Don’t worry, foodies aren’t forgotten — salty halloumi is a Cypriot staple, and subtle rosewater and pistachio-flavoured sweets are sure to enchant.


How do I get around Cyprus?

There are two sides to Cyprus. The south of the island considers itself Greek, while the northern region has a Turkish Cypriot government. Travelling between the two areas can be complicated, especially with a rental car, so checking the requirements for entry is advised. The two major international airports on the island are the larger Larnaca (LCA) and Paphos (PFO) — around an hour from Limassol. Public buses are an easy way to travel between larger destinations, but driving can be more flexible for more out-of-reach spots and the road system is well developed. Bike rental is also an option in bigger towns.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Cyprus?

With lesser-known ski resorts in winter and plenty to see and do in the less traditionally sought-after months, Cyprus is a year-round destination. However, bear in mind that coastal eateries and attractions may not be as active once the summer visitors have headed home. The island occupies a southerly position in the Mediterranean Sea — it sits between Turkey and Egypt — and the mercury hit its maximum between July and September, so prepare for high temperatures. Greek Orthodox Easter is a major event for Greek Cypriots, marked with a carnival filled with feasts and processions lasting ten days. If you’re heading to apartments in Cyprus for the celebrations, the sea will already be mild enough for swimming. Most annual rainfall is recorded in winter, but temperatures are rarely low.


What are the top things to do in Cyprus?

Artemis Trail

Always dreamed of looking down on the world from Mount Olympus? Now’s your chance. The Artemis Trail is well suited to beginners, starting at the foot of the mountain and twisting and turning into shaded wooded sections — a welcome feature on hot days. In winter, a ski lift provides a leg up to the famous viewpoint.

Kato Paphos Archaeological Park

Located on the southwestern tip of the island, Kato Paphos Archaeological Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Long-lost secrets of ancient Greek and Roman life are just waiting to be discovered here — don’t miss the four Roman villas with complete mosaic floors. Paphos Harbour is right next door for a post-visit pit stop.

Pelendri

It may be tiny but Pelendri is mighty. Settle into a traditional stone home on a farm stay, then head to a local eatery for homegrown produce and local meats. The village’s tavernas, winery, and scenic walks combine to create the perfect, peaceful spot for an indulgent yet active stay to get a true taste of Cyprus.