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The Penthouse featuring a 110m2 private terrace Cyprus


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Apartment in Southern Cyprus, Cyprus

Property Description

This luxury three bedroom penthouse apartment is ideally located in the lower area of Paphos, South West Cyprus, only 5 minutes by car or 15 minutes flat walking to the ancient port of Kato Paphos with its restaurants and nightlife. Having said this the apartment is ideally located for a self catering holiday being close to shops and away from the noise, hustle and bustle of a thriving tourist area.

The Penthouse is part of a complex of three low rise luxury apartment blocks containing 50 apartments, only two of which are penthouses. Our private undercover parking is adjacent to the entrance foyer and lift, of the third block.

The Penthouse features a huge private terrace of more than 110m2 which we have laid out as three distinct areas.
A dining area which features a round granite dining table with chairs
A lounge seating area with all weather furniture.
A sun lounging area with loungers.

The 16m swimming pool of the complex is adjacent to our block and has lots of loungers and parasols on its large pool surround. There are also changing rooms, toilets and showers at the poolside.

We love our apartment and hope you will too. It is light, spacious, elegant and a cut above the rest.


Local Area Information

The principal town near the Penthouse is Paphos.

This popular seaside resort is situated on the western coast of Cyprus. Paphos is not only the home to many ancient sites that will fascinate any world traveller but also a tourist paradise with dozens of restaurants of all qualities and cultures, nightclubs bars and cafés.

Places to visit in Paphos
The House of Dionysos was originally a Roman villa constructed in the 3rd century. After it was excavated between 1962 and 1974, the House of Dionysos became infamous for having some of the finest mosaics in the world. Each mosaic depicts a portion of Greek mythology.
No trip to Paphos would be complete without a visit to the Tombs of the Kings. Constructed in the 4th century B.C., the chambers are carved into the rocks of the cliffs overlooking the sea. The tombs are known for their beauty and magnificent pillars.
The Paphos Medieval Fort and Castle are located near the city’s harbour. Both were constructed in the 13th century by the Lusignans as Byzantine forts to help defend the harbor against the threat of invasion. Paphos Castle was destroyed in the 16th century during an attack by the Venetians. The destruction of the fort soon followed. The Ottomans later restored the castle to its present day design.


Troodos Mountains:

A person looking to travel away from the popular tourist resorts should look no further than the Troodos Mountains. This region of Cyprus gives a visitor a reprieve from the crowded and exceptionally hot beach areas and offers a chance to tour historical villages and monasteries.
Kykkos Monastery can be found in the north western Troodos. The monastery was built in the 12th century and is known for its religious artifacts. Its most popular display is a painting by St. Luke of the Virgin Mary. The tomb of Makarios III, the first president of Cyprus, is also located in the vicinity.
A number of villages can be found throughout the Troodos. Offering native cuisine and breath taking views, a person will be able to experience the culture of Cyprus firsthand. One of the favorite stops is Troodos Square. Sporting a number of cafes and hotels, it is also near the highest point in Cyprus; the 6,400 peak of Mount Olympus.


Limassol

The southern city of Limassol is the largest port and seaside resort in Cyprus. This region of the country is famous for its wines, sugar cane and beaches. Each year, Limassol hosts some of the largest festivals in Cyprus. The most popular, the ten-day Wine Festival is held in September and allows a variety of vineyards to showcase their wines.
Limassol is also a city enriched in history. Apart from the luxury hotels and villas stands Limassol Castle. Located on the site of an earlier Byzantine structure, the current castle was constructed in the 14th century. The Medieval Museum can be found here. A visitor can view many exhibits, artifacts and tombstones from the era.
A traveler can visit the nearby Kilossie Castle. Built in the 13th century with wall three meters thick, the castle was used by the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem. Kilossie was rebuilt in the 15th century and visitors are able to view the castle’s military architecture.
Kourioun is located just a short distance from Limassol. This is the major archaeological site in Cyprus. A person visiting Kourioun will be in awe of the ruins of the ancient Greek temples and the House of Achilles with its mosaics. However, one of the most popular destinations is the Roman Era Theatre. The theater was built in the 2nd century B.C. and overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. Now restored, the theatre is used for musical and theatrical performances.

For more details visit the Cyprus Tourism Organisation

Property Information

Type:Apartment
Location:Paphos, Southern Cyprus, Cyprus
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This Property Sleeps:6
Minimum Price Per Week:€480 (Currency Converter)
Maximum Price Per Week:€675
Nearest Airport:Paphos International
Notes
High Season July, August €675 Mid Season May, June, September, October €570 Low Season All other months €480 A 25% deposit is required on booking. The balance is due no later than 9 weeks before the beginning of the holiday. If the booking is made within 9 weeks of the holiday then the full payment is due at the time of booking. A refundable security deposit of €150 will be added to the balance payment.

Property Features

* Has a Pool
* Close to a golf course
* Children are allowed

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

ThemeLuxury, Quiet yet close to local activity
AccommodationChangeover Day Flexible, Size: Spacious, Accommodation Type: Self Catering
SuitabilityNon Smoking Only, Wheelchair accessible, Family Oriented, No Pets
OutsideOutside Tap, Shared Swimming Pool, Terrace, Balcony, Parking, Patio, Barbecue
LocationDistance to Airport 10-20km, In a Town, Distance to local restaraunts 500m, Distance to convenience store <100m, Distance to beach 2km, By the sea
Local AreaThe local town is Lively but not wild, Distance to Local Town Centre 2km, Night Clubs, Restaurants, Lively Bars and Pubs, Quiet Bars and Pubs
Local ActivitiesDiving, Windsurfing, Walking, Swimming, Water Skiing, Tennis, Sailing, Mountain Biking, Golf, Fishing, Cycling
Living RoomSofas 2, Seating for 6 People
LaundryIroning Board, Iron, Towels Provided, Linen Provided, Washing Machine Provided
KitchenToaster, Grill, Separate dining area, Fridge, Freezer, Oven, Hob, Washing Machine, Dishwasher, Microwave, Crockery & Cutlery Provided
EntertainmentDVD Player, TV, Hi Fi, Satellite or Cable
DiningSeating for 6 People, Dining room table
Heat/CoolingElectric Heaters, Aircon throughout
BedroomEnsuites 1, Twins 1, Doubles 2
BathroomShower Rooms 1, Toilets 2, Bathrooms 1

Contact Information

Name: David Snitch
Telephone: +33-553-633538
Alt Telephone: +33-671-567723
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