Villa for rent from € 130/day in ProtarasName/Address: ANGS13 - Villa Loreana - CHG
Beach and the Ayia Napa Centre.
The villa features a large 5x10m private pool with wooden decking all around
and very comfortable area around the pool with lazy chairs, sunbeds, tables
The inside of the villa is very tastefully decorated and includes all the
aminities required for a comfortable holiday. The ground floor consits of the
kitchen, living room, and dining area as well as a guest WC. On the first floor
there is the master bedroom with a double bed, the second bedroom with two
large single beds and the family bathroom.
Within a few minutes walk from the villa you will fand shops, bars,
restaurants, pharmacy, bus stop and the beach.
Villa Loreana is ideally located near the centre of Ayia Napa just a few
minutes walk to the famous FNissi Beach.
Once sleepy fishing villages, Agia Napa on the south-east coast with its
fabulous beaches of fine white sand, and Protaras, the coastal area of
Paralimni, in the east with its hundreds of windmills, nowadays buzz with life.
Spend the day sunning yourself on the beach, swimming in the warm
turquoise waters or taking a short cruise along the coast. Some of the best
snorkelling and diving can be had off Cape Gkreko, the eastern peninsula
national forest park, with its secluded coves and rocky outcrops, impressive
cliff top views and sea caves. In the evening dine at one of the many
restaurants, especially one of the local ones in Paralimni, or jive to the latest
sounds at one of numerous nightclubs.
This area is known collectively as the “Kokkinochoria“, “red soil villages”,
because of the rich red earth in which Cyprus’ famous potatoes are grown. Culture lovers can explore the medieval churches found in villages like Sotira
or go round the folk art museums displaying rural artefacts in Deryneia and
Avgorou. Children will love the Marine Life museum or the new Sea Museum,
“Thalassa”, in Agia Napa, which has an amazing replica of a 4th century
trading ship which sunk off the coast of Kyrenia. Or you could stop off at the
tiny estuary known by the locals as “Potamos” and watch the fishing boats
haul in their catch in their multicoloured baskets.
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.