If you want to escape the stress of your busy life, relax by a sun-drenched pool surrounded by beautiful Mediterranean Sea and mountain views, enjoy wine from the local vineyards or explore local cuisine, look no further. Villa Ocean Breeze is an immaculately presented luxury detached three-bedroom villa with private pool offering panoramic Mediterranean Sea and mountain views. The villa has been recently refurbished to a very high standard providing a range of modern conveniences. Situated in a quiet residential cul-de-sac on an elevated plot above the popular village of Peyia with its wide variety of local amenities. The beautiful sandy beaches of Coral Bay and the archaeological sites of Paphos only a short drive away. A major highlight are the spectacular unobstructed panoramic sea and mountain views which are breathtaking and can be enjoyed from both the garden and upper balcony - ideal places to enjoy the cool summer ocean breeze and sundowners.
A 50 inch flat screen TV with internet TV channels, DVD player and sound system are provided. High speed WI-FI and air conditioning are available throughout the villa. The kitchen is nicely separated from the living space by an archway and is well equipped with breakfast bar, ample worktops, built-in oven, electric hob, stainless steel cooker hood, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Patio windows provide easy access to a wonderful covered terrace overlooking the ‘self-filling’ 10m x 4m swimming pool, surrounding terrace and fantastic views beyond. The wonderful outdoor leisure space comes with comfortable sofas under the pergola by the pool, a gazebo area for outdoor dining, BBQ area and sunbathing space including sun loungers on the pool terrace. From the living room, an extra wide granite staircase with feature stained glass window on the landing leads up to 3 bedrooms, all of which have built-in wardrobes providing a wealth of storage space. The master and second bedroom have fabulous en-suite facilities and easy access to a large balcony - a perfect place to sit and enjoy the views and beautiful sunsets. Electric blinds in the lounge can be lowered to block out the sun/light.
The villa can easily accommodate six people in the 3 bedrooms however there is a sofa bed in the lounge to accommodate further guests.
Villa Ocean Breeze offers beautifully decorated and comfortable bedrooms, two of which are ensuite. Being fully insulated and energy efficient, the rooms are lovely and cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Steps lead down from a gated driveway to a beautifully landscaped garden and quaint stone entrance porch. Off the entrance hallway is a guest cloakroom/WC and useful storage cupboard. An archway leads through to a comfortable lounge with gas stove and granite feature fireplace and feature lighting and to the side is a formal dining area also with feature lighting.
The Master Bedroom is located on the first floor of the Villa and features fresh white walls with a vibrant blue azure feature wall behind the bed. The large patio doors open out onto the large balcony which overlooks the patio & swimming pool. A table and chairs are provided on the balcony allowing guests to sit and relax, enjoy the stunning views over breakfast/coffee/sundowners. The patio doors are framed by curtains and external shutters can be closed to provide darkness if you are light-sensitive. Without being cluttered, the room has a king size bed, 2 bedside chests of drawers and built in wardrobes providing ample storage (& also where the key safe is housed for your valuables). There are unobtrusive plug sockets either side of the bed, with a hairdryer and other amenities tucked away for your use. A flat screen TV is also provided, hidden away in the built-in wardrobe. The ensuite bathroom has a power shower cubicle and separate corner bath (with shower fittings), towel warmer, large mirror, WC and sink. This lovely room provides a calming and stylish private retreat.
The Ocean View Bedroom is located on the first floor of the Villa and features fresh white walls with a vibrant turquoise blue feature wall behind the bed. The large patio doors open out onto the large balcony which overlooks the patio & swimming pool. A table and chairs (shared with master bedroom) are provided on the balcony allowing guests to sit and relax, enjoy the stunning views over breakfast/coffee/sundowners. The patio doors are framed by curtains and external shutters can be closed to provide darkness if you are light-sensitive. Without being cluttered, the room has a double size bed, 2 bedside chests of drawers and built in wardrobes providing ample storage. There are unobtrusive plug sockets either side of the bed, with a hairdryer and other amenities tucked away for your use. The ensuite bathroom has a power shower cubicle, towel warmer, large mirror, WC and sink. This lovely room provides a calming and stylish private retreat.
THE LOVELY TOWN OF PEYIA
A large, almost overwhelmingly friendly village, now designated a town with its own municipality, and tucked away in the hills about 3.5kms from Coral Bay and 15kms from Paphos. There are several coffee shops, grocers and heartily welcoming tavernas which provide simple but excellent food (if you ask in advance they will prepare special dishes or buy fresh fish for you). A picturesque drive north along winding roads through the Peyia forest and pretty villages brings you to the Akamas peninsula and Latchi's beaches, giving the possibility of countless more memorable days out.
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- The A6 motorway connects Limassol & Paphos.
Hiring a car during sight seeing in Paphos is the best option as car rental is insured against collision, accidents, and mileage along with excellent services for tourists. 24-hour airport service is available from many car rental companies and they also offer Cyprus maps, travel tips and additional drivers, sometimes free of charge. Most of the companies have their own websites where you can book your car and make a choice between manual and automatic cars. But there are some requirements that need to be fulfilled to hire a car.
- You need to over 25 years of age.
- You need to have a full valid driving licence from your country of origin.
- An international driving licence will also suffice.
- Driving is left hand side
- Seat belts are compulsory
- Children under 5 are not allowed to travel in the front of a car.
- It is also prohibited to use a mobile phone whilst driving.
Paphos International Airport is located 6.5 km (4 miles) southeast of the city of Paphos. Larnaca International Airport is located 133 km (83 miles) from the city of Paphos.
TAXIS FROM AIRPORTS
Can be arranged at competitive prices. Taxis are also very popular while getting around in Paphos. There are two types of taxi services: service taxis and private taxis. With service taxis, they have to be shared with other unknown travellers, which can be unsafe. Private taxis are more preferable as you will be travelling alone or with friends and family.
Travelling in and around Paphos using Public transport can turn out to be inexpensive and convenient.
For reaching to Paphos, The KEMEK bus lines are well connected with all the island's main centres (Limassol, Larnaca and Nicosia).
Travelling using buses in Paphos may be cheap, but requires patience. The buses do not run on a regular timetable and also they run on only certain roads and visitors who want to visit some out of the way, interesting places, bus may not turn out to be right kind of transport means for them.
Bus tickets are cheap and can be bought once you have boarded the bus. Buses are of two kinds: Urban buses and Rural Buses. Urban buses connect locations across the cities while Rural buses join small villages to the nearby towns.
Regular shipping lines do not dock at Paphos harbour as they dock at Limassol. Paphos is just 1 hour by road from Limassol.
Moving through Paphos using bicycles is a good option as its cheap and you can enjoy the sights in your own time.
As Paphos is a small town, navigating by foot is a good way of discovering the city and its countryside. It is inexpensive and at the same time a good form of exercise. Also you can explore the various sights and gather information about them at your own pace and time, and it can be quite fun if you are in a group. Sometimes travelling by foot can be very time consuming, especially if you are in Paphos only for a few days and you want to explore the majority of the city.
The coastal city of Paphos has been populated since the pre-historic times and is one of the oldest cities in the world which has seen the rise and fall of many kingdoms. It also has religious importance as the Greek goddess of beauty and love, Aphrodite, was born here. As a reflection of its rich past, the city bears several landmarks and monuments which in the present times are well-known all over the world. Paphos is one of the most popular destinations for tourists in Cyprus. Small wonder; it has a wonderful mix of beautiful beaches, lively towns and labyrinths of crumbling ancient ruins to explore. Here is a list of essential things to do and see while you’re here.
The popular tourist destination of Coral Bay lies north of the city of Paphos. This clean and picturesque stretch of coast became popular thanks to its white sandy beaches, lapped by the clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Additionally, for the more adventurous traveler, the bay is home to rocky headlands and sea caves, home to indigenous animals, flora and fauna. Whether you seek a day of relaxation, basking in the sun, or a firsthand glance at Cyprus’ organic ecosystems, this is an essential stop.
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