Agia Marinouda

It’s administration area, which was realigned in 1980, covers almost 3345 km². The population of Agia Marinouda has recently mushroomed (1881 it was 41, in 1982 it was 82 but in 2001 there were 280 residents) mostly owing to the expansion of residential area. Close proximity to Pafos, a constantly developing town, will contribute [...]

2019-11-22T09:36:28+02:00Cyprus Villages|


Anarita Village is one if larger villages located some 18km east of Paphos and sited some 3km from the sea. The village is above the humidity line and enjoys cool breezes throughout the long summer months. Traditional stone houses, a fine Grecian church and a charming village centre all add to the beauty and [...]

2019-11-20T10:10:58+02:00Cyprus Villages|


Arkoursos is a tiny and almost forgotten rural village that seems to be straight out of a history book. Nestled in an elevated valley some 5km from the coastline of Kissonerga-Coral Bay the village enjoys fantastic views to the sea. Mainly Turkish Cypriots lived here (and some still do) specializing in goat farming and [...]

2019-11-26T10:43:58+02:00Cyprus Villages|


Chloraka Village is one of the closest villages to Paphos Town Centre and thus, many residents enjoy its convenient location whilst it still maintains its village tranquillity and beauty. Only a kilometre or two from beautiful beaches as well as close to all amenities. Chloraka is one of the most Popular villages in the [...]

2019-03-06T12:04:06+02:00Cyprus Villages|

Coral Bay

Coral Bay is the most famous beach in Cyprus! Coral Bay beach itself is a 600m crescent of soft white sand, enclosed by a pair of limestone headlands. Coral Bay is part of Peyia Village municipality who supervise the quality of the beach, its resources and value-added beach activities. Coral Bay beach carries an [...]

2019-03-06T12:01:46+02:00Cyprus Villages|