Holiday in the Mediterranean
Aphrodite Hills Resort, Cyprus has become a name synonymous with luxurious villas and apartments. The Junior Villa selection offers unrivalled luxury. These are located in one of the world’s most desirable and beautiful countries - Cyprus.
- 2 Bedroom Junior Villas
- 3 Bedroom Junior Villas
2 and 3 bedroom Junior Villas can accommodate 4 and 6 people respectively. Junior Villas offer a private pool.
At Aphrodite Hills five-star Resort, each Junior Villa is individually and uniquely furnished and offers self-catering facilities. The units have a variety of spectacular views including those of the Mediterranean Sea, the golf course, the ravine, or a combination of the above.
Junior Villas are situated within one of the following villages of Aphrodite Hills Resort:
- Hestiades Greens
- Adonis Village
- Zephyrus Village
- Theseus Village
All of these villages are situated within walking distance from the Village Square; the heart of Aphrodite Hills Resort. This is advantageous to those guests who do not wish to rent a car.
Example for one of the Junior Villas
The property is decorated in neutral tones with modern fixtures and fittings throughout. The living room is styled with minimalistic furniture including two-seat and three-seat fabric sofas, a TV, CD and a DVD player. The room is bright and warm and enjoys breathtaking views from the French doors, which open out to the pool area.
The dining area has a modern glass table with four dark green coloured fabric chairs; there are French doors which open out onto the pool and patio, setting the scene for a unique dining experience. The contemporary Italian kitchen with granite work surfaces and splashbacks is complete with modern stainless steel appliances including microwave, dishwasher and washing machine.
The first bedroom is on the ground floor and includes twin beds with side cabinets, fitted wardrobes and French doors also leading out to the pool and patio area. Immediately outside the bedroom, there is a bathroom with a shower cubicle and sink vanity unit. This could also be used as a guest WC.
A marble staircase leads up to the master bedroom, which is complete with parquet flooring, fitted wardrobes, a large double bed and side cabinet and French doors leading to the upstairs balcony. Next to this bedroom, there is a bathroom with a shower cubicle, a single vanity unit and a toilet.
Outside, the property is complete with outdoor dining furniture and sun loungers with a beautiful pool as the central attraction. From the pool there is a sense of tranquillity and complete relaxation, as you look across the stunning sloping Golf Course greens.
Damage Deposit 400.00 € /object (must be paid on the spot)
Services (included in price)
Daily maid service
change of linen, cleaning, dish washing
Full access to gym, pool, sauna and steam room
For one week stay housekeeping service, linen and towels changed once during your stay. For two weeks stay maid service, linen and towels changed three times during your stay. Housekeeping service does not include cleaning of barbecues or washing up.
Additional services (not included in price)
Cooking and concierge service
If you prefer cooking or concierge services, please let us know by booking, we will calculate your price according to your wishes.
Private fitness training or yoga
Tailor-made menus, nutrition, special occasions
Discounts for children on request
Additional packages - price on request
- Tennis "Grand Slam" 5 Day Coaching Course - 4,5 hours per day coaching and additional complimentary court hire
- Tennis "Holiday" 5 Day Coaching Course - 2,5 hours coaching per day, 1 private lesson, 2 ball machine hours, additional complimentary court hire
- Tennis "Spa" 3 day package - 2,5 hours coaching per day, 2 spa treatments, either one personal training or one yoga session, full day access to the retreat spa
- Aphrodite Hills Golf Membership for duration of stay
Green Fee Rate Including Buggy
- Air conditioner
- Swimming pool
- Lake/sea view
- DVD player
- Barbecue grill
- Parking area
- Satellite TV
- Central airconditioner
- Central heating
- Family Time
- Funny Friends
- Sun - Sea & Sand
Explore nearby Cyprus attractions!
Situated on the south-west coast of Cyprus, Paphos and the surrounding area including Palai-Paphos (modern Kouklia), are rich in history dating back to the days of the Trojan Wars.
Once the Roman capital of Cyprus and now regional capital, Paphos was famous throughout antiquity both for its association with the cult of Aphrodite and the spread of Christianity. Its historic importance and ancient remains have secured the sites of Palai-Paphos and Nea Paphos a place on UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage list.
These attractions are within a short drive of Aphrodite Hills:
aphos Castle, originally a Byzantine fortress erected to protect the harbour, was rebuilt by the Lusignans in the 13th century, dismantled by the Venetians in 1570 during the Ottoman invasion and rebuilt by the Ottomans after they captured the island in the 16th century. During its long history, it has seen use as a fortress, a prison and even a warehouse for salt under British colonial rule. A landmark symbol of the Paphos region, it was declared an ancient monument in 1935.
The Castle acts as a dramatic backdrop for cultural events staged in the square in front. These include the Paphos Aphrodite Festival, which each September presents international opera with world famous artists.
Paphos Mosaics & Odeon
The mosaics of Paphos, dating from the 2nd to the 5th century AD, are considered to be among the finest in the Eastern Mediterranean. Their depictions of scenes from Greek mythology make them a must-see attraction.
Paphos Odeon, a small 2nd century Odeon built entirely of well-hewn limestone blocks, lies at Kato Paphos - the heart of the Paphos tourist area and is used for summer musical and theatrical performances. Nearby are the remains of the ancient city walls, the Roman Agora and a building dedicated to Asklipeios, the Greek god of medicine.
Geroskipou Museum of Folk Art
The name of Geroskipou village comes from the Greek word "Ieros Kipos", the Sacred Garden of Aphrodite. A fascinating collection of Cyprus folk arts and crafts gathered together in the house known as Hadjismith. This fascinating museum occupies the House of Hadjismith, a traditional 19th century home of great architectural and historical importance. Built of stone with two paved courtyards and a covered terrace, it is one of the first vernacular buildings to be declared an ancient monument.
The museum contains folk art from Paphos district and other regions of Cyprus, dating from the 19th century and early decades of the 20th, much of it displayed in settings reflecting a peasant house of the period.
Due to its architectural and historical importance, the “House of Hadjismith” is one of the first buildings of folk architecture to have been declared an ancient monument. The Department of Antiquities acquired half of the house in 1947-1948 and the other half in 1974. After systematic restoration, the building was converted into a folk art museum, which has been open to the public since 1978. In order to extend the museum by including the ruined buildings, which in the past had formed an integral part of the same mansion, a major project of restoration work and reorganization has been undertaken.
The ethnographic material exhibited in the museum of Geroskipou is dated to the 19th and the first decades of the 20th centuries and comes from several areas of Cyprus but mainly from the Paphos district. Many items are exhibited in rooms specially arranged to represent typical rooms of a traditional peasant house.
- Airport approx. 15 km
- Golf approx. 500 m
- Sea approx. 600 m
- Center approx. 6 km
- Restaurant approx. 500 m
- Beach approx. 600 m
The villa right on the beach and mobile. Firstclass Cars cares about your car rental - with or without a chauffeur.
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