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Nicosia

Nicosia has been the capital of Cyprus since the 10th century. It lies in the flat, central Mesaoria plain. Nicosia is only capital city in the world to be divided. The green line splits the heart of the old town, which is surrounded by high walls. In Nicosia you can easily find the important museums, the Archbishop palace, the monastery of the archangel Gabriel and the Presidential Palace. Most of the City is very modern with hotels and restaurants, office blocks and shops, but in between the old walls a very special atmosphere is preserved. The Laiki Yitonia is a restored pedestrian area with charming, small alleys and traditional houses. Read more

Villas Limassol

Limassol is a port city on the southern coast of Cyprus. With about 235,000 inhabitants, it is the second largest city of the island. The city has developed rapidly after 1975 and has become a financial city with many offshore companies. Limassol is located between the ancient cities of Amathous and Kourion, and has been inhabited since the Stone Age. There are tombs dated back to the year 2000 BC.. Limassol has a major trading port and has become the most important trade center of Cyprus. In Limassol you will find an archaeological museum and ethnological museum displays Cypriot craftsmanship, costumes and household items. The Limassol Castle houses the Medieval Museum... Read more

Villas Larnaca

Larnaca is a harbor city in the southeast of the island of Cyprus and is the third largest city of the island. There are two areas, the old city center and the eastern part along the beach with its hotels and restaurants, also called Phinikoudes. Larnaca has become a sizable city with a beautiful promenade and an delightful old city area, with many small shops and small hotels. Larnaca was once the Kingdom of Kition, and one of the most important ancient city-kingdoms. Excavations partly originate from the 13th century BC. Larnaca has plenty of attractions to offer such as the Archaeological Museum , the Armenian genocide memorial Pieriedes Museum , the Agios Lazaros Chu... Read more

Villas Famagusta

Famagusta District is separated by a boundary between the Greek and Turkish part of Cyprus. The southern part is administered by the municipality of Paralimni. Tourism in this area is highly developed and you will find a number of hotels and holiday homes along the coast of Kapparis about Pernera, Protaras, Cape Greco to Ayia Napa and Ayias Theklas. The area is very developed and has probably the most beautiful beaches of the island. The surrounding is relatively flat and in addition to tourism there is lots of farming around. In the summer, yet a popular tourist destination, in winter time many shops and restaurants are closed and the places look a bit deserted. Culturally t... Read more

Villas Pissouri

Villas Pissouri are an ideal location for local excursions. The village is situated between Limassol and Paphos and belongs to Limassol District. It's a small place with about 1100 inhabitants. The original Pissouri is located on a high cliff and still retains a very original character with its narrow streets and taverns. Outside the village a few residential areas have emerged which have a beautiful view over the valley and the sea. Our Pissouri holiday villas are mainly situated in the tourist area down at Pissouri Bay. A pretty, natural sand-pebble beach with gorgeous azure waters. A few taverns and shops have been established and there is only one hotel, a few apartmen... Read more

Villas Polis

Polis Chrysochous is a small village in the northwest of the island of Cyprus, about 45 km from Paphos, this area is very popular for renting a Polis holiday villa . The village is still very traditional and it has a charming village square with adjacent cafes, taverns and small shops. Polis has an impressive history dating back 3000 years. There is an archaeological museum with finds from the historic Marion. In addition, a small church, Agios Andronikos, near the village square, with wall paintings from the 16th century and another interesting church of Agia Kyriaki, from the 18th century. Polis is surrounded by citrus groves, in what some of the holiday villas Polis ... Read more

Villas Paphos

Guests wishing to be in a natural, green environment but still love to be close to amenities such as beach, restaurants and shops are certainly best advised in renting a villa in Paphos . Paphos has evolved over the years into a quite lively place and was able to maintain despite all its natural charm. The old Paphos is located a few kilometers from the coast, the tourist area, Kato Paphos, is situated below, and has developed directly on the coast where you will find a number of shops, taverns, nice cafes and international restaurants, and ultimately the beautiful harbor. There are some excavations in the immediate vicinity, which can be easily reached on foot, also buses ru... Read more

Villas Cyprus

This island is ideal for a holiday in a Cyprus holiday villa . The standard is very good and the regions vary greatly. There are Cyprus holiday villas by the sea, within walking distance to the beach and restaurants, or in the small mountain villages, nestled in nature. From traditional over modern or luxurious the range of private holiday accommodation in Cyprus leaves no wish unfulfilled. A flight of about 4 hours brings you to the eastern  Mediterranean island of Cyprus. Cyprus offers year-round pleasant climate and is ideal due to its protected location for a trip in the spring or fall. Whereas already cool and uncertain weather prevails in almost all Mediterranean r... Read more

Top destinations

Ferienhaus Zypern, Villa
Paphos Castle