Welcome to our small island with rich history!
Located in the Mediterranean, Cyprus enjoys a unique position at the point where Western Europe meets the Middle East. The third largest island in the med, Cyprus has been the jewel in the crown of many civilizations, from the ancient Greek, Phoenicians to the Venetian, Ottomans and the British.
The result is an island community with a rich history and a multi-cultural feel, reflected in the diversity of properties available, from stone village houses on the forested slopes of the Troodos Mountains to Ottoman-balconied town houses in south Nicosia.
Many holidays makers from across Europe head to the coastal resorts to enjoy the unbeatable combination of sandy beaches and sparkling sea. Others prefer the unique character and simplicity of village life, whether on the hillsides outside Larnaca, Paphos, or near the coastal towns of Ayia Napa and Famagusta.
The locals are friendly and warm people and welcome tourists with open arms. You may even be lucky enough to be invited into their homes to sample the delicious Souvla, the staple diet of all Cypriots, of course washed down with Zivania a traditional alcoholic beverage produced on the island for centuries. Cyprus boasts many traditional dishes including Halloumi perfectly matched with water melon for a delicious culinary delight.
The stunning beaches speak for themselves and indeed have been awarded the cleanest waters for the last 10 years. And if you wish to avoid the busy tourist areas it is very easy to find a hidden gem located somewhere along the rugged coast line.
We still find it hard to believe for such a small island which you can drive across in around just 3 hours, also offers the snow-capped peaks of the impressive Troodos mountain range in the winter time and in an hours drive you can sit on the beach in Limassol with a frappe and enjoy the warm winter sun.
We are sure you will fall in love with this beautiful island………