Villas Med Coast I & III
This attractive villa standing amongst lush greenery is one of the most aptly named as it overlooks the large sweeping curve of Chrysochou Bay from Latchi in the west (with the smoky silhouette of the hills of the Akamas inland) to the fishing harbour of Pomos to the east This is just one of the reasons why a holiday spent in this villa will be memorable. This villa offers versatile sleeping arrangements and is perfect for families. Whilst meals can be enjoyed in Polis, cooking a barbecue and enjoying a meal in such a lovely setting with such magnificent views is very enjoyable!
Bedrooms One double & one twin bedroom, both with air condition
Bathrooms One main bathroom and one ensuite shower(twin)
Kitchen Fridge/freezer, cooker, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, electric kettle and ironing facilities
Extras Sitting and dining area with satellite TV (limited channels), CD player, DVD
Outdoor Sizeable private garden with stone-built barbecue area, covered verandah with assorted wooden garden furniture-including sun loungers, private overflow pool (8x4m), dep (1-1.80m), outdoor Jacuzzi
Around and About
Pomos is a quaint fishing village located on the west coast of Paphos, 20 kilometres from Polis centre and approximately 75 minutes drive from Paphos airport.
As yet Pomos is untouched by commercialisation, therefore the pace of life is typically Meditteraneanand relaxed. The scenery of the Pomos region is spectacular due to the dramatic contrast from lush green mountains, home to pine and Cypress trees, wild flowers, fruit trees and water melons growing wild. The Pomos beaches are a combination of sand and stone and appear black in colour with many rock pools ideal for exploration and fishing.
The small harbour of Pomos is a central focal point of local life with fishing boats laden with nets and the catch of the day. Next to the harbour is a long stretch of beach with cliffs to one side offering shade and protection from the wind. To the right of the harbour is the fish Taverna called Kanali which is renowned for excellent fresh fish dishes. Locals will travel from as far as Nicosia to participate in their mouth watering culinary delights such as barbecued octopus, sea bream, snapper, king prawn and much more. The fish meze is also a must where a selection of fish is served accompanied with salads, dips, vegetables and washed down with wine.
The small village centre offers a choice of restaurants, a coffee shop, supermarket and bank.
Pomos is a superb holiday destination for those seeking a truly Cypriot experience away from the main tourist attractions.