Villa Loura Lyssos
Villa Loura located in the traditional village of Lyssos, just 15 mins drive from Polis, with its restaurants, shops and nearby beaches. Set in the foothills of the Troodos mountains,this Villa offers stunning hillside views leading down to the sea in the distance, cooler mountain air on hot summer days and complete tranquillity.
Village taverna can be found a few minutes drive.
The 4 bedroom 4 bathroom villa is furnished in traditional style, but is well-equipped and comfortable. This villa is suitable for wheelchair access
Bedroom 1 with twin beds and en suite shower room
Bedroom 2 twin beds with en suite bathroom
Bedroom 3 twin beds with en suite shower room
Master bedroom with dressing area and en suite bathroom.
The pool is set in an attractive garden (9m x 4.5m x 1.4-1.8m depth) with a large sun terrace, fountain and illumination for the evenings and three sets of patio doors open from the lounge onto the pool terrace and garden.
BBQ. This villa is suitable for wheelchair access.
Maid service twice weekly. Linen changed weekly, with towels changed twice weekly.
Air conditioning available in all bedrooms free of charge
A/Cs in living room/kitchen cost 5 euros daily
Cot and high chair available. Any arrival day, minimum stay 5 nights.
Around and About
Lysos is located about 36 kilometres north-east of Pafos. It is the largest -with regard to territory -village of the Pafos district and covers a range of 9,526 hectares.
The village is built at an average altitude of 560 metres and it borders with the Nicosia district in the east. The villages highest point is "Tripylos" (1,362 metres), located in the most eastern section of the village, in the "Stavros tis Psokas" region. The largest part of the villages territorial range is covered by forest and wild vegetation. These are the grounds were the Cyprus Mouflon ("Agrino", Ovis Orientalis Ophion Cyprius) and several other rare birds live. There are remarkable Nature Trails in the region, the visitor being able to observe -unique in their kind -plants, birds, and reptiles. A forest police station has its headquarters in "Stavros tis Psokas" and there is also an amazing camping site. A similar site also exists in Agios Merkourios, not falling short in natural beauty.