Peyia Village, Paphos, Cyprus
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Lithos Holiday Villas
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Vatoudion 16 Fivou
Villa Gardenia is has gorgeous views across Cyprus countryside and down to the sea. This luxury villa is within walking distance from Pegia Village.
The villa has an open-plan lounge and dining room with comfortable sofas and dining table. The is a Flat-screen T.V with a DVD player, Hi-Fi system and game consoles.
The kitchen is fully equipped, including crockery, cutlery and cookware. There is also a washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, tea and coffee maker and much more.
We offer a variety of services which are optional at an extra cost.
The services include:
• Car rentals.
• Airport transfers.
• Private Chef.
• Child care.
• Pre-arrival shopping services.
• Massage and beauty treatments.
• Personal trainers.
• Personal Security Services.
• Additional daily cleaning of the villa.
All the rooms in this villa are on one level. They're comfy, fully air-conditioned and decorated with traditional country furniture.
Both bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and air-conditioning.
Things You Should Know
Some of the major attractions in Paphos and the surrounding areas are; the Paphos Marathon, Opera Festival and the popular Koumandaria Festival that celebrates the wine of the region.
The Paradise Jazz Festival takes place every year in the Paphos district in September. In 2007 the festival changed its usual location in Pomos and moved to the centre of Polis Chrysohous. It was done with a purpose of expanding the festival, attracting more people and receiving better funding
The Limassol Carnival is an event which draws many tourists to the area. Located outside of Paphos but celebrated by many people there, this is the area’s version of Mardi Gras.
Classical Games is a one day celebration of the ancient Olympic Games which started in the area.
Flower Festival is a beautiful way to celebrate spring in the area.
The Paphos Marathon is an annual event enjoyed by participants and spectators alike.
Concert for the youth is just one concert in a series of summer concerts which take place in Paphos in July.
The popular Koumandaria Festival celebrates the various wines of the region.
Arkadia Festival, the village of Kallepeia in the Paphos region that comes alive for the annual Arkadia Festival. This event celebrates the beauty of the area and is a great day for all the family. Foreigners join locals to experience traditional Cypriot hospitality at the Arkadia Festival that includes live music, traditional dancing and great food for which the region is famous..
Do not forget to visit the famous "Bar Street" in Paphos, which is the best place for entertainment, bars, clubs and restaurants for your night out.
Pegia is a town in the Paphos District of Cyprus. Pegia is situated mainly on the steep slopes of the coastal hills inland from Coral Bay, at the southern end of the Akamas Peninsula, and it lies 14 km north of Paphos. It has a large population of British ex-pats and a growing number of holiday homes and apartments. In the town centre you can find the town hall, church, police station and several small shops, restaurants and banks. Due to its hillside location many parts of the town offer views over Coral Bay and Paphos.
Pegia actually covers a large area stretching from the Pegia Forest on the hills high above the village in the north, to the sea in the south, and from the Bay of Maa in the east to the Akamas Peninsula in the west.
Paphos, the mythical birthplace of the Greek goddess of love and beauty is situated on the south-western coast of Cyprus. It is home to a great extent of the island’s rich cultural heritage including a medieval fortress. Almost an open air museum in itself, UNESCO added the entire town to its world heritage list. In addition to its rich culture, Pafos also offers all the essentials of a cosmopolitan city, including stylish boutiques, fine restaurants, modern amenities and great cafes. It lies on the Mediterranean coast, about 50 km west of Limassol (the biggest port on the island), which has a highway connection. Paphos International Airport is the country's second largest airport.
By the harbour stands Paphos Castle, originally a Byzantine fort built to protect the harbour. It was rebuilt by the Lusignans in the 13th century, dismantled in 1570 by the Venetians who were unable to defend it against the Ottomans, who in their turn restored and strengthened it after capturing the island
A few miles outside the city, the rock, Petra tou Romiou, "Stone of the Greek" emerges from the sea. The Greek name, Petra tou Romiou is associated with the legendary frontier-guard of Byzantine times, Digenis Acritas. It is said that to repel one attack he heaved a large rock (Petra), at his enemy.
Today Paphos is a popular tourist resort, home to a beautiful fishing harbour.