This truly impressive 3/4 double bedroom villa is situated across the road from Nissi Beach and suitable for families and wedding parties.
The villa has been designed and furnished by the owners giving it a completely modern feel. The villa benefits from its own private pool (8 by 4m) and lush green & mature gardens. There are two outdoor seating areas, a dining area and a relaxed covered sitting area next to the pool. There is also a pool house for additional guests (additional costs apply).
The villa has a spacious open plan feel with a modern fitted kitchen leading onto the indoor dining area. The living area has been designed for maximum relaxation with a large sofa, flat screen tv, dvd with cinematic surround sound, wireless internet throughout villa and freeview satellite with over 30 english/american channels.
In addition there are 2/3 bathrooms, 3/4 showers (one outside), air-conditioning (timer switches) catering for up to 6 persons within the villa itself and an additional 2 persons within the pool-house (if required)
Guests will have full exclusive and private access to the villa and its features.
Interaction with Guests:
Our English speaking representatives are only a short phone call away should you need anything. Full details will be provided inside the villa.
Located in the Ammochostos (Famagusta) district, the once-sleepy fishing village of Agia Napa is famous for its stunning coasts, as well as for its ranking as a top nightlife destination, known worldwide.
Home to some of the best beaches on the island, its strips vary from bustling to secluded, whilst the area also encompasses the Natural Forest Park of Cape Gkreko, which is especially beautiful with its coves, caves, rare flora and fauna and breathtaking views.
The heart of the village is its square where the Medieval monastery stands and is a tranquil landmark during the day, whilst in the evening the area is vibrant and energised when the bars and clubs come to life. The square is also the scene for many cultural events, including the Medieval Festival in October, the Children’s Festival & Agia Napa Kids Summer Festival, the International Festival in September and the important religious festival of the Feast of Panagia Virgin Mary on September 08.
The village’s sights of interest include: the Thalassa Municipal Museum of the sea; the Makronisos Archaeological site (with tombs dating back to Hellenistic and Roman periods); various sea caves (such as Palatiaand Korakas Bridge); the quaint fishing harbour, the International Sculpture Park and its adjacent Park of Mediterranean Plants, Cacti and Succulents; the old aqueduct; Lovers Bridge - with its love locks - and significant religious monuments such as the Agia Thekla and Agioi Anargyroi chapels.
One of the cheapest ways to get around Ayia Napa is on the local bus.
There are several routes which pass through Ayia Napa but the most popular and frequent service is the 101/102 route which goes from Waterworld Waterpark at the western edge of Ayia Napa, along Nissi Avenue into the centre of town and from there on to Cape Greco, Protaras, Pernera and ending at Paralimni village.
This service runs up to every 20 minutes from 7.00am until 23.00 at night. Tickets cost €1.50 for a single during the day and €2.50 at night. A day pass costs €5, a weekly pass costs €20 and monthly tickets are available for €40. Children under 6 years old travel free.
There is also an Ayia Napa circle route (201) which operates in the summer months until the early hours. Other services from Ayia Napa take in the local villages and are less frequent.
• No smoking
• No pets
• No parties or events
• Check-in is anytime after 4PM