|Sleeps up to:||4 (1 bedrooms)|
|Nearest beach:||Dhekalia Blue Flag Beach: 3||Notes:||Families/Couples preferred|
|Luxury 1 bedroom apartment sleeping up to 4 with the use of a bed-settee in lounge. The apartment is fully furnished and air-conditioned with a west facing balcony, incorporating a fully fitted kitchen area with cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave, and washer/ dryer.
The complex is situated behind an electric gated entrance, housing communal gardens, swimming pool and tennis courts, is on the outskirts of Pyla village, which has a supermarket, bars and restaurants within walking distance. This is an uncrowded resort and is an ideal retreat for those who enjoy peace and tranquility away from the crowds. It is also close enough for those who wish to venture into the busier resort of Larnaca, which is approx 15 minutes by car, and slightly further afield Agia Napa which can be reached by car in approx 30 minutes. Although a car is not essential, it is advisable if you want to see the many beautiful sites that Cyprus has to offer. The Dhekelia Road is close by (Approx 3km), and has a vast range of restaurants and bars to suit every taste.
***SPECIAL OFFER*** Book before the end of November 2007 for 2008 and pay 2007 prices
|This brand new luxury gated-complex of Pyla Village Resort is an ideal retreat for those who enjoy peace and tranquility away from the crowds. An uncrowded resort, but close enough for those who wish to venture into the busier resort of Larnaca (10 minutes drive) and a 2 minute walk to Pyla Village.
Pyla Village Resort is built "with luxury in mind" offering an intimate location, whilst also being close to all the amenities you would expect from a first class resort. Pyla has a host of local and international gastronomic restaurants
Local Activities include:-
Boat trips, fishing trips and watersports
Excellent night life by the harbour and tourist area
Wine tasting tours
Go-karting and waterparks
Reptile and Bird Park
Championship courses Golf courses
Skiing and beaches.
|How to get there|
There are some great deals to be had on flights from Irish and UK airports to Larnaca. Currently from Ireland there are no direct flights but a transfer in the UK and an onward flight to Cyprus is not a problem. We suggest the following airlines/agents:
|Activities near Pyla|
|We fully respect that some people wish to smoke. However, for the comfort of all our guests, we respectfully request that smoking is limited to the balcony where an ashtray has been provided.
The apartment is on the first floor. Access is via either the lift or staircase. Wheelchair access is via the lift.
For more specific information, please visit our web site www.pylavillageapartment.co.uk
|Dear Phil and Jo.
We just had to drop you a line to say how much we enjoyed staying at your apartment in Pyla Cyprus recently.
We found that the apartment and complex was of a very high standard and especially your apartment having all the things you normally have at home.
The village was delightful and some of the beaches, especially the one very near to you was stunning.
Once again, thank you and we will certainly be coming back in the future.
Nigel and Sharon
|The Larnaca region|
Cyprus: With its typical Mediterranean climate, warm and dry, there is a little rainfall between March and November. In general, the island experiences mild winters and dry hot summers which are separated by short autumn and spring seasons. Vehicles are driven on the left as in the UK, and seatbelts must be worn.
Larnaca: Larnaca being the home of the main international airport gives holiday-makers their first glimpse of Cyprus. Ideally situated in the south east of the island and close to the motorway network, it's ideal for exploring the whole island.
The town of Larnaca is just a few minutes drive from Pyla Village Resort. Larnaca offers large stretches of sandy beach that go on for miles. The two main beaches are McKenzies and Dhekelia. In addition to Pyla-front, the promenade in Larnaca and it's marina have a wide choice of restaurants, bars, cafes and shops. You can find an almost never ending number of good restaurants whatever your palate or budget. Fresh fish and seafood as well as meat dishes are the specialities.
The remains of the ancient City-kingdom of Kition are also worth a visit. For nature lovers the nearby salt lake is a favourite stop-over for thousands of migrating birds including flamingos.
Every summer Larnaca hosts a festival of music. Outdoor concerts take place in the courtyard of the medieval fort. Larnaca is a town with an easy-going pace with strong links to the past.