Ayia Marinouda At Its Finest..
The living spaces boast spacious interiors finished with luxurious materials of international standards, satisfying the requirements of the most discerning property owner. The elegant design and properly positioned interiors, provide a quality lifestyle to its owners.
• Modern and Efficient Design
• Smart Features
• 3 and 4 bedrooms Villas
• Plot size from 315m2
• Internal covered area 175m2
• Private Swimming Pool – Optional
• Covered Parking
• 5 Minute Drive to Paphos Center
• Provisions for A/C , Heating and Security System
• Select Your Own High Quality Finishes
• Title Deeds
Community Of St.Marinouda..
The community of St. Marinouda is a small community, located near Yeroskipou but also just 5 minutes away from the center of Paphos, which in turn has helped the rapid development of the community in recent years. A prerequisite that comes with development is that it is accompanied by works that will make the lives of the people more comfortable.
Agia Marinouda is a village in the Pafos province and enjoys an idyllic location on a hill facing the sea. Agia Marinouda is bordered by the villages of Koloni, Achelia and Marathounta.
Guests of the village can enjoy the cool breeze that blows during the summer months, a special feature of the village.
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Seasons in Cyprus… are pure paradise with so much to offer!
Remember when busy out and about exploring archaeological sites or shopping, to remain hydrated by dropping into one of our many recommended establishments for a break from the midday heat. Best times to explore are early in the morning or in late afternoon.
From June until August it’s usually very hot, with temperatures that can exceed 35 °C (95
°F). While the average sea temperature from May to November exceeds 20 °C (68 °F) reaching up to 28 °C (82 °F) in August.
Cyprus combines enjoyable beaches and adventurous inland excursions to villages and vineyards.
You may be surprised, but fall is one of the best times to travel to Cyprus. Just imagine the
warm post-summer sea with a temperature of around 26 – 27 °C. With no sweltering heat and no crowded beaches, autumn in Cyprus is the most comfortable season. Moreover, it’s officially open until the end of October.
The nightlife in Cyprus varies from traditional Cypriot restaurants and taverns that offer local cuisine, international to oriental, live Greek music and even karaoke nights, dancing in various clubs, dancing shows, concerts, festivals, evenings reggae, beach parties until the early hours and much more.
Wonderful cafeterias, delicious delicacies in restaurants and unique bars, impressive and beautifully landscaped grounds for every taste and demand, open their doors and await you, in all the cities to enjoy your drink or food, with impeccable service and unique flavours .
Do not let the small size of the island fool you and think that people here do not know how to have fun.
Take a look at the Event Calendar, choose the ones you prefer and enjoy them with all your soul!
Geroskipou is a coastal town in Cyprus, east of Paphos. Its current population is approximately 7,000 and it is the second largest municipality in the Paphos District. Yeroskipou,
Geroskipou has much to offer the visitor and a pleasant morning or afternoon can be spent visiting the local attractions. The village also has a good selection of shops on the main street, from Turkish Delight to basket ware and ceramics.
A beach full of life and activity.
Very Well Known For The Sweet Traditional Loukoumi
Cyprus Delight also known as Turkish Delight is a sweet confection made of jelly, almonds, sugar, starch and liberally sprinkled with icing sugar. It has been made in the village by the same family using the original recipe for over a hundred years and is now exported all over the world. The shop is located in the main street of Geroskipou and people are welcomed to visit and sample the delight before they purchase. The town is the only place in the world which has protected geographical indication (PGI) for the popular dessert
The nearest airport to Paphos is Paphos (PFO) Airport which is 9.3 km away. Other nearby airports include Larnaca (LCA) (108.5 km) and Antalya (AYT) (277.7 km). How long does it take to get to Paphos from the Airport? It takes 30 min to get from Paphos to Paphos (PFO) Airport.
Located in the Geroskipou area of the Pafos (Paphos) district, the 400-metre long, sandy Municipal Beach is a hub of activity from water sports and sporting tournaments, to concerts.
The sands are deep green/golden, and the clean sea waters here are calm and shallow, making it a popular choice for all, including families with children.
Facilities on the beach include toilets, showers, changing rooms, sun beds, umbrellas, dustbins, recycling bins, water sports and a children’s playground. There are also restaurants, fish taverns, cafes, bars kiosks, convenience stores and accommodation in the area.
Education is a broad concept and encompasses all activities aimed at influencing the individual’s thought, character and physical education in a specific way. From a technical point of view, education is intended to convey specific knowledge, develop skills and competencies and shape values.
Today, education is divided into primary, secondary and tertiary education. Higher-vocational education is considered the most important for securing a job in the ever-changing labor market. Thus, various schools of education are developed and created, depending on the sector that everyone wants to follow and depending on the requirements such as:
● Health sector
● Information Technology
● Public relations
● Journalism – Media
Article by Maria Neocleous – Luxury Property Expert