The minute you walk into Leonies' By The Sea you are overwhelmed with positive energy and the mood is set into the laid back tranquility of the crystal clear blue waters of the Mediterranean. This luxury villa has been designed with every care to detail and the tasteful touch of the owner is prominent throughout.
The large open space ground floor features a dining table that seats 12 persons a fully equipped spacious kitchen with breakfast table and a living room with large sofas and large wide screen flat TV. The stainless steel round staircase that connects the floors is simply a work of art and the whole front site is made of glass sliding doors so you can enjoy the unobstructed sea views form every point of the house and when you open them up they join the inside with the fully decked pool area which is complete with rattan furniture.
Leonies’ By The Sea has four en-suite double rooms that feature super comfortable waterbeds and ceiling fans. One of the four double bedrooms is situated on the ground floor and its en-suite bathroom has a corner bathtub as well as a shower enclosure. The two frontline double bedrooms have full glass walls to take maximum benefit of the beautiful sea views. The fifth bedroom which is also en-suite has two large bank beds and a large TV and DVD player. In total Leonie’s can comfortably sleep 12 persons and on the basement of the house there is a maid’s room with separate shower room that can sleep a further 2 persons.
The whole house is air-conditioned with free Wi-Fi and cable TV
Leoni's is a front line villa with unobstracted sea views idealy located in between the lively resort of Protaras and the beautifully popular scenic area of Capo Greko, just two minutes' walk from Mimoza Beach and very close to the Blue Flag Beach of Konnos Bay.
Leoni's is about 30m 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.
Strange, I can see it there, the light of the sun,
this guilded net
Where all things seem to quiver; like fish, as a
grand angel gathers them up, along with the
George Seferis “Agia Napa”
Nobel Prize winner 1963
Agia Napa, a land where the world’s colours meet and harmonize. Discover golden sandy beaches beside crystal clear turquoise waters. Enjoy all the latest sea sports, challenge your strength and endurance and possibly discover now realms of potential within.
Lazily bask in the warmth of the sun. Take a cruise around Agia Napa’s coastline. Shop in trendy boutiques and talk with the locals. Wander picturesque streets, take in colourful seasonal festivals and treat your taste buds to delicious local and international favourites.
Day and night enjoy Agia Napa’s many restaurants, pubs, cafes, taverns and clubs. Live professional nightly entertainment is provided by many hotels throughout the summer. Look forward to fine casual atmosphere and service with a smile.
Visit the medieval monastery dedicated to Our Lady of the Forests, surrounded by a high stone wall. Its 16th century church is partially underground, cut into the rock. An ancient sycamore tree, believed to be over 600 years old grows in front of the south gate, its beauty praised by the Greek Nobel laureate, George Seferis, in his poetry.
At Agia Napa take in the island’s culture with a visit to the Thalassa museum, created around a sea theme and with its life size replica of an ancient sailing ship found sunk off the island’s north coast.
A more family oriented resort for children of all ages has numerous crystal clear water and white sand beaches, the most famous of which is Fig Tree Bay and Sunrise Beach.
|Space offered||Entire place|
|Bed type||Real bed|
- Air conditioning
- Cot available