Detached villa in a peaceful location in quiet private road with car port. The villa backs onto agricultural land with unobstructed sea views. Ground floor consists of a WC, open plan living space combining entrance hall with attractive black iron spiral stairway, sitting and dining areas and fully equipped kitchen down to the rolling pin! There is a patio with table and six chairs, barbeque and sun loungers. Two patio doors open onto the back with pool and gardens planted with bushes, palm trees and lemon and mandarin trees. Upstairs are 2 double bedrooms with patio doors and unobstructed sea views at the back, 1 front bedroom with 2 single beds and a family bathroom. Air conditioning and fly screens throughout the villa. Please note that one FOB key is provided for air con which controls only one floor at a time. The pebbly sandy beach is 2 mins walk and water sports facilities are available during the Summer a further 5 mins walk along the beach at Faros Beach which is sandy. The beach waters here are safe, shallow, calm and warm. There's a highly recommended restaurant up the steps at Faros (the lighthouse) which is at the corner of the island at the end of Faros Avenue. Perivolia Village (also known as Pervolia) is a 15 minute walk across the road along the unmade road or a five minute drive along the same road. At the village, you will find a handful of grocery shops selling local fresh produce including fresh meats, local fruit and veg, car hire and a handful of bars and restaurants. Soutsos is one of the recommended restaurants in the village. There is a snack bar and a small shop selling basic groceries (milk, drinks, bread, cereals) as well as beach inflatables in front of the villa in Faros Avenue.
Kiti Village is past Pervolia Village and has a handful of shops, beauty parlours, barbers, petrol station and restaurants including the recommended Landmark restaurant with traditional Greek food, very good Indian food and traditional live music on Saturdays with seating both inside or in the quaint outside courtyard. Jacksons Bar in the main square in Kiti is recommended for live sports coverage, food and drink with plenty of inside and outside seating.
Camel riding is available in nearly Mazotos village.
Larnaca town has a varied array of Cypriot and international restaurants as well as ice cream parlours and fast foods mainly in the Finigoudes seafront promenade (KFC, McDonalds, Burger King) and coffee bars (Costa Coffee and Starbucks). Further in town, there are more traditional Cypriot tavernas and local shops and well known chains (Next, M&S, Dorothy Perkins, Zara etc). The tourist office is located at the beginning of the popular Finigouthes beachfront and a few minutes walk is the Pierides Private Archaeological Museum containing over 9,000 years of Cypriot history of artefacts. Emira Pottery is also worth visiting for watching and learning from the master working his magic. Pottery can be custom made or purchased from stock. A visit to Ayios Lazarus church is also worth visiting. The castle at the end of the Finegouthes promenade have special events in the summer including operas, ballets, plays and music concerts and festivals.
Ayia Napa is a 20 minute drive from the villa for the fabulous water park during the day and the infamous nightlight if you feel like dancing all night! Alternatively, nearer to the Villa, along the McKenzie strip (located between Larnaca town and the airport) also has an array of nightclubs and restaurants.