A spacious 2 bedroom apartment on the popular Avlida complex.
Large open plan living area with well equipped kitchen.
A light and spacious twin bedroom with access to the large balcony and a double bedroom with patio doors leading to the same balcony.
A family bathroom with shower completes the apartment.
Air conditioning throughout and a balcony with seating area and sun loungers overlooking the famagusta coastline.
Lift access is available, perfect for those less able.
A beautiful modern 2 bedroom apartment with large shared swimming pool and panoramic sea views over the famagusta coast.
Interaction with Guests:
You will have contact with a property manager 24 hours a day. Contact numbers will be provided on confirmed reservations.
Paralimni is a main holiday area of the Ammochostos (Famagusta) region and incorporates the subdistrict of Protaras, which is a popular tourist resort.
Hundreds of windmills dot the landscape, and the area is famous for its beaches of crystal-clear waters and soft, powdery sands. The Natural Forest Park of Cape Gkreko - located southeast of Protaras - is especially beautiful with its coves, caves, rare flora and fauna and stunning views.
Other sights of interest include the Paralimni Folkloric Museum / Traditional House, which depicts daily life in olden times, and the fishing shelters of Saint Nicholas and Agia Triada chapels,
The area also has significant religious monuments, including the 13th century two-aisled church dedicated to the Virgin Mary, which is decorated with unusual 18th century porcelain plates, and houses a small ecclesiastical museum. There are also a number of other interesting churches in the wider region.
An important religious festival is held to honour Agios Georgios annually on April 23 (Feast of Agios Georgios), where visitors are welcome to join in the traditional festivities, which include stalls, entertainment and local food and drink. There are also various other festivals in Protaras throughout the year, including the Flower Festival, the Festival of the Flood and the Summer Film Festival.
Other Things to Note:
One of the cheapest ways to get around Ayia Napa is on the local bus.
There are several routes which pass through Ayia Napa but the most popular and frequent service is the 101/102 route which goes from Waterworld Waterpark at the western edge of Ayia Napa, along Nissi Avenue into the centre of town and from there on to Cape Greco, Protaras, Pernera and ending at Paralimni village.
This service runs up to every 20 minutes from 7.00am until 23.00 at night. Tickets cost €1.50 for a single during the day and €2.50 at night. A day pass costs €5, a weekly pass costs €20 and monthly tickets are available for €40. Children under 6 years old travel free.
There is also an Ayia Napa circle route (201) which operates in the summer months until the early hours. Other services from Ayia Napa take in the local villages and are less frequent.
• No smoking
• No pets
• No parties or events
• Check-in is anytime after 4:00 PM