£ 513,009 | USD $ 661,164
Size: Floor: 121 m2
Advert last updated: 11/14/2019
Escape to the Sun Ltd
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Aphrodite Hills Resort is the first ever gated five star, fully integrated golf, leisure and real estate development in Cyprus. The resort is ranked among the top 20 best resorts in the world and has won many awards.
Occupying a scenic and beautiful location, gently sloping towards the Mediterranean Sea, Aphrodite Hills occupies a 234-hectare site between Paphos (15 kilometres to the east) and Limassol (45 kilometres to the west). It sits on either side of the Randi Gorge, overlooking the spot where Aphrodite is said to have risen from the sea. It's a peaceful and relaxing place with so many facilities and amenities, there's never a reason to stray too far.
The resort is in the area called Palaepaphos (Old Paphos) and is near the seaside village of Petra tou Romiou. This is the mythical birthplace of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty, and the founding myth is interwoven with the town such that Old Paphos became the most famous and important place for worshiping Aphrodite in the ancient world. In Greco-Roman times, Paphos was the island's capital, and it is well known for the remains of the Roman governor's palace, where extensive, fine mosaics are a major tourist attraction. Paul the Apostle visited the town during the first century AD. The town of Paphos is included in the official UNESCO list of cultural and natural treasures of the world's heritage.
Paphos enjoys a subtropical-Mediterranean climate, with the mildest temperatures on the island. Paphos has been selected as a European Capital of Culture for 2017.
Just a couple of minutes from the resort hotel, there's a private beach, with umbrellas and sunbeds, and just a 15-minute shuttle ride away is Avdimou Bay, which switches between pebbles and sand, and comes with crystal-clear waters and a couple of great fish tavernas. There's also a Blue Flag beach at Pissouri, around fifteen minutes' drive away.
Cyprus is easily accessible, with daily flights from the UK and numerous other European destinations.
This is a three bedroom Apartment with rooms that are spacious and extremely comfortable. The apartment has been finished to a high standard throughout as would be expected of a Five-Star Resort.
This Ariadne three bedroom ground floor apartment is named after one of Theseus’s loves. It spills from the living and dining areas into shaded pergolas. The covered terraces provide additional shading from the Mediterranean sun.
The apartment building itself has its own entry piazza and ample parking, while imaginative garden design creates picturesque vistas. Combined with a graceful mix of local stonework, timber and traditional Cypriot detail, this apartment setting is a perfect tranquil retreat.
Theseus Village is arranged around three terraces, with commanding views towards the sea and the horizon, each terrace has an individual character, yet there is no mistaking they belong together. The natural contours upon which the village is set give the site some of its unique attractions. The architects have been careful not to destroy this, instead working with the spirit of the site to achieve a natural and comfortable harmony. At the heart of Theseus village is the main swimming pool with its shady trees, gazebo, and pavilion, that also serves as an informal focus for the village. This will be a perfect spot from which to enjoy the spectacular local sunsets and embrace the Cypriot love of the sea.
Private swimming pool
Total covered area of 121 square metres
Uncovered Veranda area of 9 square metres
Total plot of 130 square metres