Places to visit
Paphos is our home town

Paphos is our home town

We have lived and worked in Paphos for many years. It´s easy to be enthusiastic about the region because it has it all; the best climate in the Mediterranean, scenic beauty, fantastic views and gorgeous beaches. - Most of our business revenues come from property sales in the Paphos area. Not strange; it is our home ground, we know it intimately and are well equipped to as... read more
The pink flamingoes at Larnaca Salt Lake

The pink flamingoes at Larnaca Salt Lake

Larnaca is the third largest city in Cyprus (after Nicosia and Limassol) and offers a lot of attractions worth experiencing. Just outside the city and off the road leading to Larnaca International Airport, the Larnaca Salt Lake is one of the most distinctive landmarks of the area. Besides its picturesque beauty, the lake is the haunt of 85 species of water-birds with estimated ... read more
Ayii Anargyri - Natural healing spa resort

Ayii Anargyri - Natural healing spa resort

The Ayii Anargyri natural spa healing resort is well hidden in a valley of mature trees halfway between Paphos and Polis along the B7 road at the village of Miliou. The resort offers a unique retreat, a place of profound calm, and the opportunity to enjoy the health-giving waters which have benefited visitors for so many years. You may also, as we have done many times, just dro... read more
Kykkos Monestary, the most famous and richest in Cyprus

Kykkos Monestary, the most famous and richest in Cyprus

The monastery of Panagia tou Kykkou, widely known as "Kykkos", is the most famous and richest in Cyprus and is located on the outskirts of the Troodos area, on a mountaintop at 1318 meters altitude, 15km west of Pedoulas and Marathasa valley. The monastery is often condescendingly described by guidebooks, but will be able to tell you more about the Greek Cypriots and their reli... read more
The Akamas and the Blue Lagoon

The Akamas and the Blue Lagoon

The Akamas peninsula makes up the northwest tip of Cyprus and is one of the least inhabited places on the island. It is an area of great beauty – especially the rugged coast – and attracts walkers, mountain bikers and off-road drivers (there are no main roads – just dirt tracks and footpaths). As with most peninsulas, where it begins is debatable. It is broad... read more
With "Demetris-Chara" to the Blue Lagoon on the Akamas coast

With "Demetris-Chara" to the Blue Lagoon on the Akamas coast

It´s the perfect outing for a group of friends. A great boat, a friendly skipper and crew, an awesome destination and a fantastic place to swim – the Blue Lagoon, which is about 40 minutes along the coast westwards from the port of Latchi. The Demetris Chara is a 35 foot charter boat to be had for a few hours, or the entire day, depending on your agreement with the ... read more
Kourion - a city kingdom with a theatre over 2000 years old

Kourion - a city kingdom with a theatre over 2000 years old

The acropolis of Kourion, located 1.3 km southwest of Episkopi and 13 km west of Limassol, is located atop a limestone promontory nearly one hundred meters in height along the coast of Episkopi Bay. One of the most spectacular archaeological sites on the island, Kourion was an important city kingdom where excavations continue to reveal impressive new t... read more
Lefkara Village - home of the famous needlecraft art “lefkaritika”

Lefkara Village - home of the famous needlecraft art “lefkaritika”

Lefkara Village is where the Cypriot folk needlecraft art is born - the famous “lefkaritika”.  The village is situated at the foot of the Troodos Mountains in the south eastern region, 650m above sea level, 45 km from Nicosia, 30 km from the Larnaca airport and just 12 km from the Nicosia – Limassol highway. It is not really far from the sea, yet it is l... read more
Lara Beach and the sea turtles

Lara Beach and the sea turtles

Lara Beach is located in the Akamas nature reserve, a beautiful wilderness with an abundance of trees, shrubs and flowers, deep ravines, steep hillsides and gorgeous little beaches. It takes around 30 minutes from Paphos town to get there, and you should preferably have an SUV with good ground clearance, as roads in the Akamas are dirt roads with many potholes and traces of las... read more
Latchi - a great alternative

Latchi - a great alternative

Latchi, or Latsi as it is also known locally, is situated on the northern coast between Polis and the Cape of Akamas, an area steeped in mythology and rich in history. Latchi is a large, traditional Cypriot village, which very successfully combines being a bustling, working fishing harbour, and a popular - and exceptionally quiet and peaceful family holiday destination. It is ... read more