Villa Anastasia is situated in Coral Bay - Paphos, Cyprus. This holiday rental property sleeps up to 7 people. Villa Anastasia has has 3 air conditioned bedrooms. If an additional bed is required there is 1 folding bed. The villa can sleep up to 7 people. On the ground floor is a kitchen, dining area, lounge and 1 twin bedroom with en suite.On the first floor is 1 twin bedroom and 1 double bedroom, both with en suite. The pool is surrounded by a paved area and features an outside dining area with parasols, sun loungers and barbecue.Size: 4m x 8m Depths: Shallow: 0.8m; Deep End: 1.9m Pool access via: steps
The villa is really very nice clean and well maintained. There is everything you may need for a comfortable stay a dishwasher, a washing machine, a microwave oven, a cooker, a toaster, a fridge, a hair-dryer, a big flat-screen TV, a DVD-player with a lot of disks, a stereo. Internet is fast enough to use e-mail and social nets. The swimming pool is clean and pleasant. The location to my opinion is ideal. Just two minutes walk to the main road with lots of bars and restaurants 10 minutes walk to a big supermarket, Philippos, where you can buy all the food and items for the house, 10 minutes walk to the main and very nice sandy beach 5 minutes walk to the nearest stony beach. You don't need a car if you are not planning to explore the island.
Excellent villa in a prime location only 200m from the strip but so quiet and peaceful. Easy access to local bus service and taxis. Supermarket, bars and restaurants within a few minutes walk. Villa was spacious and clean. We as 6 adults had all the room we needed was fantastic. Absolutely perfect. Location could not be better. We had only one problem when we had no electricity but we contacted Tassos and he came and sorted immediately...otherwise no problem at all.
Villa Anastasia is situated in Coral Bay - Paphos, Cyprus. The beach at Peyia, on Cyprus's west coast, is known as Coral Bay and is ideal for families in search of safe swimming and soft sand. A large horseshoe-shaped cove flanked by steep limestone cliffs. It is the classic holiday sandy beach, with safe swimming and Blue Flag status. There are plenty of bars and restaurants on the beach and in the resort itself, and many are surprisingly appealing - this is not a resort with lots of high-rise and development.
Latchi: At Latchi you will find a laid back Cypriot village with a sandy beach and waterfront tavernas. Local life focuses on the fishing harbour. The local bars are low key and welcoming.
Polis: is a pretty village with narrow streets and casual tavernas. The buildings are made of local, hand cut stone which has gently aged into a soft honey colour. It is the ideal place to meander and enjoy an afternoon drink or evening meal.
Akamas Peninsula: is a nature reserve, just after Latchi, which is protected by UNESCO. It was the playground of the Greek Goddess, Aphrodite. You can swim, cycle, walk and explore this very beautiful area of the island while enjoying the wild flowers and butterflies.
The Baths of Aphrodite: a mythical location where, according to legend, Aphrodite used to bathe, set within an olive grove with sweet smelling wild flowers. It is here that she met her beloved Adonis for the first time. Adonis was hunting in the Akamas forest when he stopped to quench his thirst. He was struck by the sight of the naked goddess bathing in the crystal waters. Aphrodite and Adonis were instantly bewitched by each other's extraordinary beauty. The location is now a tended garden and well worth a visit.