Limnaria Gardens Two Bedroom Apartment
Bedrooms : One king size bedroom
Bathrooms :One family bathroom
Kitchen : Fridge/freezer,cooker,washing machine,microwave,toaster,electric kettle and ironing facilities
Extras : Sitting and dining area with Satellite TV,DVD,Safe,Sofa Beds
Outdoor : Large private patio area furnished with table/chairs & sunbeds.Large freeform communal pool and Jacuzzi with patio areas, childrens pool
The apartment is on the ground floor of this superb development.The bedroom and the living area both have access through double patio doors to the large patio area giving fantastic views of the superb pool and garden area. All pool areas have plenty of sun beds for sunbathing on the secluded sun terraces, and poolside showers and toilets for your convenience. The bedroom boasts a king size bed and the living area also has a double sofa bed ,with beach, shops, bars & restaurants within 5-10 minutes of the complex. Limnaria Gardens, Kato Paphos is one of the most sought after developments in Paphos 100m from the seafront with bars and restaurants close by.
There is a large walk in heated swimming pool with juccuzi and childrens pool. You also have access to the tennis courts, clubhouse (with entertainment most nights) & shops at the Limnaria complex next to Limanaria Gardens.
AIR CONDITIONING CHARGES ARE INCLUDED IN THE RENTAL RATE
Out and About
You are close to the gorgeous EU Blue Flag beaches, delightful shops and within walking distance to restaurants and supermarket. It is also not far from the main shopping areas and nightlife with an array of traditional tavernas, British pubs and hot clubs and bars. There are good bus services to town, great beaches at Coral Bay and the bustling market area in old Paphos, where you can haggle for souvenirs.
Cyprus has plentiful sunshine throughout the year, with sunny days and fine temperatures almost every day. Extremes of temperatures are rare, meaning Cyprus has something to offer every month of the year, whether its swimming (as late as November) or enjoying cultural sites and festivals (all year long). While seasonal fluctuations are not drastic, however, they are different. Heres what to expect:
Summer: (When It Sizzles)
Summer stretches from mid-May to mid-October and means high temperatures, cloudless skies and cooling breezes from the sea. Its a great time for swimming, sunbathing and a whole range of watersports. At this time of year, explore the archaeological sites early in the morning or in late afternoon, avoiding the hottest part of the day. Its always a good idea to bring along sun protection, such as sunscreen and a broad-brimmed hat. Even in the height of summer when its 32°C (90F) at the beach, temperatures are refreshingly cooler in the Troodos mountains, ideal for hiking or simply relaxing.
Autumn: (Warm and Sunny)
Toward the end of October evenings do tend to get cooler, however. In October and through November the leaves change colour in the Troodos and vineyards take on gold and crimson hues against a backdrop of crystal clear sunlight. In Cyprus even mid-November can feel like summer, but by months end you might need medium-weight clothing for the late afternoons and evenings. It is still possible to enjoy swimming, while inland excursions to villages and vineyards for wine tastings can be very enjoyable. Fall also brings with it the annual Kypria festival, with prestigious local and international musical and dramatic performances at venues throughout Cyprus.
Winter: (An Active Season)
December and January are the months of Mediterranean winter, bringing the possibility of rain, but still an average of six hours of bright sunshine a day. This is the time of year when smaller Mediterranean destinations shut down for the season, but not so Cyprus. The island is a major business centre and has many important heritage sites and museums, all at their least crowded in winter. The cultural calendar is also alive and well throughout the winter, with new events coming all the time. In early February there is occasional rain, and often snow in the Troodos - ideal for skiing!
The first orchids bloom in January in Cyprus, and by mid-February the countryside is already alive with fresh green meadows and almond trees in bloom. March days can still be cool (daytime temperatures around 19C or 65F, 9C or 40F at night) but steadily moderate. Early spring is a wonderful time to visit to Cyprus, with pleasant daytime temperatures and many of the ancient ruins framed by a carpet of red anemones and other wildflowers.
Where to go
Kato Paphos / Limnaria Gardens
The harbour is an ideal picture-postcard Mediterranean fishing harbour, with glass-bottom boats, private yachts and cruisers. Taverna terraces stretch to the water’s edge and the scene is lively at all times of the day. Remains of the ancient breakwater can be seen at the harbour’s eastern end. Pafos Fort was built by the Ottoman Turks to protect the harbour. There are many beaches close by, the nearest being behind Venus Beach Hotel, threequarters of a mile away. Other excellent beaches can be found at Coral Bay, a short bus-ride away.
A 5-minute walk will take you to a bus stop where you can catch a bus to the waterpark, a wonderful day out for all the family. A bonus is to present your bus ticket at the entrance and the cost will be deducted from your ticket. A free bus ride? Cant beat it!
If it gets too hot, head for the hills to cool down in one of the delightful local tavernas, sip a cool drink and meet the locals. Autumn brings a more tranquil season. There is more room in the shops, more space around the pool and on the beaches and the sun is more gentle. It is a time for strolls, bicycle-riding and chatting to the many permanent UK residents, for whom this is their favourite time of year.
For golfers, there is a choice of three top class courses, all world-class (one championship level) with stunning scenic views, within a 20 minute drive. You should experience them all!