Despina a one bedroom house in the center of Polis close to the beach and Latchi port
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We live in Nicosia but our heritage property in Polis is being well looked after.
Katie purchased this House in 2003
Why Katie chose Polis
Aunty Persa, built the house in 1929. A renovation was done in 1970 by my grandmother Katerina. In 2003, we have decided to renovate the building, with the help and suggestions of the ministry of Interior - Department of Town planning and housing, the Cyprus Tourism and many more, have contributed to create Vasilion Agrotourism and we are all very proud of the result. Now our guests can enjoy this Cypriot venture.
What makes this House unique
I love gardening, I have decorated the houses and planted the gardens in a way that our guests will feel the Cypriot Hospitality and our warm welcome.
Please consider the following guidelines when booking this property:
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Special interest holidays:
One of the best natural beaches in Cyprus where tortoises swim and lay their eggs(July) in the sand is only 10 minutes drive.
Latchi port with its famed fish taverns is 5 minutes drive.
Polis the Sea Lover's Paradise. Warm crystal clear seas.Discover the magic of the underwater world by snorkelling or diving off the Akamas coast. 'Asprogremos' beach is highly recommended 10 minutes drive from Vasilion. The 'camping area' beach is a 15 minutes walk from Vasilion, a combination of forest and sea.
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Larnaca Airport is a 2 hours drive. Paphos Airport is a 40 minutes drive. Car hire can be is available at both airports. Taxi services can be found in both airports, or we can arrange transportation.
Nicosia the capital of Cyprus is 2 hours drive. Ayia Nappa is 2:30 hours drive. Larnaca is 2 hours drive. Limassol is 1:25 hours drive. Paphos is 40 minutes drive.
Polis, in Greek means town, is one of the most beautiful areas in Cyprus near romantic sites, close to where Aphrodite, goddess of love and beauty, used to meet her beloved Adonis. Polis is built on the north of Cyprus, near Akamas Peninsula with its renowned Baths of Aphrodite. Akamas is a nature reserve of exceptional natural beauty and eventually become a national park. The whole Polis area has been beautifully blessed by nature and combines the beauty of mountain, sea and plain. It's seas are clean with cool summer nights. The area is especially suited to people with special interests who enjoy activities when on holiday. Polis is a perfect refuge for mental and physical relaxation and recreation. Those wishing to escape the stress and routine of daily life, will find an ideal place of calm and rest, in an environment of unparalleled beauty. Life in Polis still rolls along at a quiet pace without too many crowds or noise. Akamas Peninsula is in the far west of Cyprus at its most westerly point. Named after the son of Theseus, hero of the Trojan Wars and founder of the city-kingdom of Soli. Akamas Peninsula is an area of outstanding natural beauty deep gorges, a wild landscape, wide sandy bays. It is also an area of great biodiversity and ecological significance. Home to 530 plant species, a third of the total for Cyprus, 126 of which are endemic to Cyprus. An unspoilt wild place thanks to its inaccessibility.There are several wineries in the area, on the way to Panayia Village you can taste the local wine then drive a little further to Chrysorroyiatissa monastery. Drive into the countryside, picturesque villages like Droushia with its tapestry museum, Ineia with its basketry museum, experience the traditions of centuries at Sterna Winery set in the heart of the vineyards at Kathikas. Eastern coastal villages Pomos, Pachiamos, Pyrgos.