Cyprus claims the fame of being the Mediterranean Sea's third largest island and is situated just south of Turkey. It is famous for being the birthplace of the Mythical Greek Goddess of love, Aphrodite. Cyprus is proud to have more than 300 sunny days per year and this winters are fairly mild too, so this island is an ideal all year round holiday venue. It is an extremely popular holiday destination and receives around 2.4 million visitors a year, the majority of which find the Cyprus rental villas the best option for accommodation.
It goes without saying that Cyprus possesses great beauty with contrasting features. Mountain peaks overlook the golden beaches and with skiing in the winter in the Troodos range. In the summer you can take advantage of cruises to the Holy Land or just enjoy the water sports on offer or have a relaxing round of golf. Everything is well connected on the island as there is a good network of highways in order to get to everything that Cyprus has to offer.
Cyprus rental villas really complete the Cyprus experience for everyone and you can find luxury villas as well as apartments in Protaras, Paphos, Polis, Ayia Napa, Latchi, Argaka and Coral bay area. The villas will take care of all your needs on a personal basis and the cleanliness is outstanding throughout making your stay a peaceful and comfortable one.
You may find it complicated to choose a villa to rent in Cyprus due to the extensive competition, but the scenery is unparalleled to anything else you would have seen. The villas fall into several categories such as ;-
-Villas with close proximity to the sea -villas for those who don't drive -Secluded and private villas -villas for brides and grooms -Villas that come with heated pools -villas with golf -villas that include car hire
Before setting off for the Cyprus vacation it would be advisable to do your homework first regarding the full itinerary. There are some really luxurious villas and apartments available in Cyprus, so make sure you follow the following list before you make your choice;-
-Try out the on-line search engines like Google to find the exact type of villa you are looking for. -There should always be adequate photos and videos of the villas interior and exterior. -Find out where the villa is situated in regards to proximity to shops and restaurants. Paphos and the Eastern coast region are highly recommended in this respect. -It is advisable that you use an official letting agency and that the payment be made by credit card so that you avoid any unpleasant surprises.
The easiest way to rent a villa in Cyprus is on-line via electronic submission forms. You will save in both time and money and will receive a better outlook of your holiday destination. You will find complete information on a whole variety of villas such as bridal villas and seaside villas regarding location and facilities. You will also find that some villa deals include car hire as well.
Different villa options for Cyprus rental villas can either be found on-line or through a high street Travel agent. But to give you an idea of the ones that are really worth while you should check out Pissouri, Agios Tychonas, Protaras, and Aiya Napa. The villas of Aiya Napa are mainly situated in residential zones and you will also find here a fantastic water park as well as a variety of colourful fishes and different types of turtles at the Aiya Thekla beach.
In Cyprus you can choose from a selection of modern villas with spacious kitchens, lounge areas with fireplaces, bunk beds for children, swimming pools and luxurious bedrooms with air conditioning. The small town of Potaras is a very popular destination due to the beautiful green surroundings, sandy golden beaches, mountain views, the variety of pubs and restaurants and it also possesses the quaint church of Profitis Ellias, which is more than 100 metres high. So prepare yourself for a holiday of a lifetime in the magical land of Cyprus.
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