The villa is designed in a modern Cypriot style with flowing porcelain flooring and added marble tops. It is built in an elevated position, some five minutes drive from the beach, and offers uninterrupted and spectacular views of the Mediterranean and the Famagusta coastline. This villa is absolutely superb. It is positioned in a secluded and sought after area only five minutes drive to the beaches and Paralimni Town Centre. A car is however a necessity.
It offers three upstairs bedrooms (two super king rooms + one twin room with small double beds), which are all en-suite. The fourth bedroom located on the ground floor is a twin room with two small double beds and an adjacent shower and toilet. This is also perfectly suited as a second lounge or play area when trying to accommodate smaller children.
The lounge is fully equiped with a 50 inch plasma TV, SAT TV and cinema surround/DVD. There is also a Sony Playstation 2 with a selection of games. FREE unlimited Wi-FI is available for all guests to use during their stay. The kitchen is fully furnished with all utilities, such as a washer, tumble dryer and dishwasher. It also benefits from twin fridge/freezers, twin microwaves, twin ovens and dining seating for ten people with audio entertainment system. All rooms throughout the villa are equipped with air conditioning that is free to use.
The exterior facilities include a solar heated rim-flow swimming pool with the option of being heated via a boiler system subject to an additional daily charge, a Cypriot-style spit barbecue, sheltered area with table tennis table, sun loungers, table + chairs for eight persons, outdoor rattan lounge area and first floor terrace with table/chair set for taking in the sunset over the mountainous coastline and sea views.
Things to do: Protaras is by far one of the most popular destinations in Cyprus! It is renowned for its lovely beaches and clear azure seas. The town is situated on the narrow coastal plain that stretches from Cape Greko up to the east regional town of Paralimni. The location is probably the site of the ancient city-port Lefkolla where a multitude of Greko-Roman artefacts have been found.
The modern town of Protaras, though quieter than Agai Napa, is full of quality restaurants, shops and bars. Large, shallow, sandy beaches boasting amenities such as water sports and on-beach cafes and restaurants provide for an Mediterranean experience in the small town of Pernera Bay. The coastal roads originating from Protaras offers excellent pedestrian/cycle route which provides easy access to beaches in that area.
Attractions: The Prophet Elias Church is a must see when visiting Protaras since it is well renowned for its spectacular views. It is a small chapel built on a rocky outcrop. The church was recently rebuilt in 1984, but was erected on the foundations of a much older ruin. There are 153 steps up the hill, but it is well worth it!
There are two small fishing havens, one at Pernera and the other closer to Paralimni. These are protected by limestone breakwaters and are home to small fleets of brightly coloured fishing boats.
The rocky coastline of Agia Napa consist's of a series of small headlands and semicircular inlets up to Cape Greko, about 4 miles from the town. The area is a designated National Forest Reserve and there are several interesting nature trails and a picnic site in the area. The natural vegetation of the Cape consists of wild thyme, carob trees, juniper, and thorny gorse.
The views are incredibly impressive, as are the rock formations and marine terraces of the Cape. The Cape is home to the ruins of the temple (dedicated to the Goddess of love, Aphrodite).
The Palaces (original rock formation sculpted by the sea over a long period of time) offers an excellent location for swimmers. It is a spectacular diving location. Swimmers can dive off the rocks into the crystal clear water.