Villa Greek Paradise is ideally located near the Cape Greco area less than 2 km from Protaras Centre the most family friendly resort of Cyprus and 6.5km from the more lively resort of Ayia Napa. The nearest beach is Mimoza beach which is less than two minutes’ walk away. The bus service which runs every half an hour day and night can conveniently and safely take you to all the main spots and beaches of Ayia Napa and Protaras and the bus stop is less than 100m from the villa.
The villa is carefully decorated from the owner with modern minimal style and many small details that make the property unique and includes all the luxuries you would need for a peaceful and relaxing holiday.
The whole ground floor opens up into a large veranda with nice sea views and equipped with rattan furniture table and chairs. The remote controlled sunshades make it comfortable to sit and enjoy the view day and night.
The kitchen is fully equipped with a large double door fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher and all necessary cooking utensils. The spacious open plan living room features white leather sofas, large screen TV, dining table, fireplace as well as board games and a guest shower and WC.
The first floor features the master bedroom with a double bed and en-suite shower, a second double bedroom, a third bedroom with a bank bed and a shower room. All rooms enjoy beautiful sea views.
The house offer private free Wi-Fi internet, cable TV and is fully air-conditioned.
Villa Greek Paradise is idealy located in between the lively resort of Protaras and the beautifully popular scenic area of Capo Greko. The villa is about 100 metres to the sea and a few minutes to the Konnos Bay and 2 minutes’ walk from Mimoza Beach
Villa Greek Paradise is about 100m from the Cape Greco coastline, a pristine Mediterranean landscape, inviting during the spring to autumn seasons, and great for outdoor hikes and nature trips during the winter. This environmentally sensitive coastal area belongs to the Cape Greco National Park complex, a rugged landmass of dramatic features that has been sculpted by the cape's weather into an amazing number of bays, coves and projecting headlands, with a rich history dating back to neolithic times. The Park is laced with minute forms of nature, tiny survivors on rocky, dry grounds, tough small trees wedged in impossible positions and acres of pines above this coastline. The entry points to the sea are many, some do require an adventurous disposition.
The beach at Konnos, a Blue-Flag destination, is complete with proper facilities and its charming beach cafe-bar. Overlooking the action in the bay is "Cliffs", a great place for a drink and with a touch of intimacy and romance. Other venues overlooking the Bay are "Spartiatis"-a clean local tavern liked by locals and visitors alike. The area's sole hotel-the Grecian Park-is a modern and relaxed five-star neighbor who has respected and enhanced the natural surroundings.
|Space offered||Entire place|
|Bed type||Real bed|
- Air conditioning