cyprus

Cyprus: lots of sunshine

This southern Mediterranean island is perfect for a holiday in the spring or fall when the sun is plentiful here and the temperatures often well above 20 degrees. From a direct flight Amsterdam brings you to Paphos and there are two excellent hotels where many of our customers continue to return because they’re fully meet their expectations. The trendy Almyra hotel is a trendy 4-star hotel located directly by the sea in the attractive village of Paphos. There are spacious family rooms and a unique “Baby go lightly” concept. All possible imaginable supplies for the little ones will be here for you when ordered in advance. Then there is the Baby Go Lightly Crèche and the Smiling Dolphin Club where the kids can enjoy themselves and play in safely. The Almyra Spa has an indoor and outdoor swimming pool (access from 16 years), sauna, steam room, tennis court and gym. Furthermore there are various massages and beauty treatments and special attention is given to the use of natural products. The Tsada 18-hole golf course lies about 12 km a way, Aphrodite Hills about 23 km and Paphos airport at 14 km. 8-day arrangement from € 1300 per person including flight, transfer and 7 nights in a superior room with sea view and breakfast. For those looking for luxury and tranquility, we recommend the Anassa Hotel, situated just outside the fishing village of Latchi, for the ideal holiday. This luxurious 5-star sister hotel is located in a nature park and overlooks one of the finest sandy beaches of Cyprus. It is one of the best hotels in Cyprus and is built as a Cypriot village in traditional style. The spa is very well known and there are beautiful flower gardens with different swimming pools and a tennis court. Paphos airport is 45 minutes a way, the Tsada 18-hole golf course is approximately 30 minutes, Secret Valley and Aphrodite Hills are about 1 hour.

Sometimes it’s nice to stay in 2 or 3 different locations during a vacation. Our favourite guesthouse is located on the border of the Troodos Mountains. The Apokryfo Traditional Houses lie hidden away in the sleepy village of Lofou, with cobblestone streets, stone houses, three restaurants and a church. The traditional houses have been lovingly restored and decorated by Cypriot architect Vakis Hadjikyriacou and his British wife Diana, a talented decorator. There are seven suites and a few stylish houses for 4-8 people.

 

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