Thea Court 8:D23 - 2 Beds flat, Kapparis-AyiaNapa, Cyprus

Thea Court 8:D23 - 2 Beds flat, Kapparis-AyiaNapa, Cyprus

Room Information:
2 bedrooms (sleeps 6)
Bathrooms: A large Family bathroom with shower over the bath
Well-equipped kitchen with oven, hob, microwave and washing machine
Baby Cot (on request)

Facilities Available:
Air-condition in all rooms
Wi-Fi
Satellite TV
Communal Pool
A large balcony with patio furniture to relax

Price: from €300 pcm

 

This superbly equipped 2 bedroom apartment in Kapparis is accessible by lift ,is exceptionally comfortable with air conditioning and satellite television , it is furnished in a contemporary style. The bedrooms have bedside cabinets, fitted wardrobes and are air conditioned. The kitchen area has a fridge freezer, electric oven and hob, microwave, kettle, washing machine as well as a range of crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils to cater for 6 people. The apartment has a very large balcony which is half covered. The balcony enjoys all day long sunshine and has patio furniture. Thea Court is perfectly located - whether you like to relax by the pool, hit the beach or go for something more energetic, everything is within easy reach. Excellent facilities such as restaurants, taverns and supermarkets are all approximately within 5 minutes walk away. The apartment will be fully cleaned prior to your arrival. Fresh bed linen and towels are provided but please bring your own beach towels for use at the beach and in the pool.

 

For prices and availability contact Ali:
Email: ali@byrstone .com
England: +44 (0)7887 616387

 


Flights to Cyprus and Larnaca or Paphos
Cyprus has two international airports, Larnaca (LCA) and Paphos (PFO) Airports. There are daily flights from most UK airports, Manchester (MAN), Luton (LTN), Gatwick (LGW), Birmingham (BHX), Glasgow (GLA), Newcastle (NCL), Cardiff (CWL) and as well as many other international airports globally.

Cyprus Airways
British Airways
TravelRepublic
Cheap Flights
Fly Monarch
First Choice
Thomson Fly

About Ayia Napa
Ayia Napa is located on the South Eastern tip of the perfectly formed Cyprus Island. It is perhaps best known all over Europe as a famous tourist resort and is one of Cyprus's most popular beach resorts. Normally the little village has less than 1000 inhabitants, but during summer season it hosts more than 10.000 tourists per day.
The beaches are some of the best in the island: thin and fine sand, hidden among a chain of rocky boulders that form many small and cosy bays. The main centre of the district is Paralimni, 3 miles north of Ayia Napa itself. East of the village is Protaras, known for its lively nightlife and partyful people and is now much more family orientated with a great selection of bars, taverns and restaurants.
Cyprus is ideally situated in the Mediterranean, and basks in year round sun. With its long history, Cyprus has managed to maintain her ancient mystery whilst growing and developing with European culture. Cyprus villas are surrounded by beautiful beaches and striking mountains. The beaches run from Ayia Napa in the east to Paphos (Pafos) in the west. This combination lends itself to a variety of fantastic walking, relaxing, sunbathing, swimming, sailing and exhilarating water sports in many resorts. Whichever rental villa you choose, a Cyprus holiday villa or cyprus apartment has something for everyone.

Top-Rated Attractions
1. WaterWorld Waterpark
2. Camel Park
3. Scuba Base
4. Olympian Divers

Macronissos Tombs
The Department of Antiquities has completed excavations at the locality of "Macronissos" west of Ayia Napa village. The excavations were sponsored by the Ayia Napa Improvement Board and were undertaken between the end of November 1989 and early January 1990. The purpose of this campaign was the excavation of the rock-cut tombs, which have been the target of illegal digging since 1872. Nineteen tombs have been excavated so far and a small sanctuary was investigated to the east of the burial grounds while part of the ancient quarry adjacent to the cemetery had also been revealed. Some of the tombs suffered from the continuing use of the quarry.
The tombs in general consist of a stepped road, which leads down to a rectangular entrance. The entrances were originally closed with one large or two smaller calcarenite slabs. Most of the chambers are almost identical. They are all provided with a rectangular trench in the middle slightly lower than the floor of the road and three benches at the sides of the chamber. Some of the tombs have additionally one Lucullus carved on the longitudinal axis of the tomb opposite the entrance, while another is provided with four beaches at the sides and one opposite the entrance, thus providing room for five interments.
Although all tombs were looted and disturbed some preliminary conclusions may be drawn. The dead were placed in clay sarcophagi which were originally covered with three flat tiles. The tombs were used during the Hellenistic and Roman period. The pyres found on the surface by the roads give evidence of practicing Greek burial customs. The sanctuary is a simple rectangular enclosure constructed with large irregular blocks. The few offerings found during the 1974 archaeological survey as well as those found during the latest excavations date the sanctuary to the Cypriot-Classical and Hellenistic period.

Marine Life Museum
Marine Life Museum is located in Ayia Napa's Town Hall. It is the first natural museum of its kind in Cyprus and it exhibits past and present marine life and promotes the study and research of marine life while also emphasizing the importance of preserving the marine environment. The exhibits include a reconstruction of a dinosaur seabed, fish fossils, shells, sea urchins, sea turtles, sea plants and more. Every specimen in the museum was removed from its natural habitat after death. The Marine Life Museum is visited every year by thousands of tourists.

Things to do in Cyprus
There is a huge amount of choice on a Cyprus holiday. There are a huge number of villas for rent in Cyprus, including luxury villas, self-catering villas and family villas, in all parts of the island. The choice is vast, and there are still luxury properties available for rent even for a last minute holiday to Cyprus. Apart from sunbathing on the beaches and enjoying swimming, diving and kayaking in the sea, there are of course a huge number of Greek and Roman relics on the island. Watching a performance in a Greco-Roman amphitheatre carved out of the rocks not an experience you forget. Also, a visit to Petra tou Romiou, the rock marking the position where Aphrodite emerged from the sea foam is a mythical ?must see?.
Due to the positioning of the island, Cyprus properties are an ideal base for exploring the Greek Islands, Egypt and the middle-east. Cruises depart daily for these three destinations.
Away from the coast, the interior of Cyprus is wholly different. It has a timeless feel to it, with terraced vineyards and mountainous terrain ideal for hiking or mountain biking.


Places to Holiday in Cyprus
The tremendous history of Cyprus is somehow encapsulated in the town of Famagusta, which has the best examples of medieval architecture in the eastern Mediterranean.
Down the coast from here is the resort of Limassol, the largest of the seaside resorts, and with the most vibrant nightlife and wines in Cyprus, culminating in a 10 day pre-lent carnival in February.
Larnaca on the other hand is a much more secluded resort. This does not mean there are any less facilities though. Larnaca still provides daily cruises, sport provision and 25km of sandy beaches.

Weather in Cyprus
Cyprus, being in the Mediterranean is hot for most of the year. The sea is warm enough to swim in until November, and average temperatures from May until mid-October are over 32?C, although it is slightly cooler in the mountains.
The average sea temperatures in Ayia Napa throughout the year are as follows:

JANUARY 17 Degrees
FEBRUARY 17 Degrees
MARCH 18 Degrees
APRIL 19 Degrees,
MAY 21 Degrees
JUNE 24 Degrees
JULY 26 Degrees
AUGUST 27 Degrees
SEPTEMBER 26 Degrees
OCTOBER 25 Degrees
NOVEMBER 21 Degrees
DECEMBER 19 Degrees

Driving in Cyprus
To be permitted to drive in Cyprus, visitors must hold either a valid international driving license or their national driving license, provided it is valid for the class of vehicle they wish to drive. Driving is on the left-hand side of the road. International road traffic signs are in use, and placed on the left hand side of roads and motorways. Distances and speed limits are posted in Kilometres and kilometres per hour (km/h ) respectively. The speed limit on the motorway is 100 km/h with a minimum of 65 km/h. On all other roads the speed limit is 80 km/h, unless otherwise indicated. In built up areas the speed limit is usually 50 km/h, unless otherwise indicated. While Driving, the driver must ensure that his/her hands are free at all times in order to have full control of the vehicle.

* The use of mobile phones without a hands free device is strictly prohibited.
* The use of Front and Back seat belts is compulsory.
* Children under the age of 5 must not under any circumstances sit in the front passenger seat.
* Children from 5 - 10 years old may occupy the front passenger seat only if an appropriate child seat-belt has been fitted.

If possible avoid driving west in the late afternoon, as a glare of the setting sun can be disturbing and potentially dangerous.

Public Holidays 2009
1 January: New Year?s Day
6 January: Epiphany Day
2 March: Green Monday
25 March: Greek Independence Day
1 Apr : Greek Cypriot National Day.
17 April: Greek Orthodox Good Friday
20 April: Easter Monday
1 May: May Day
8 June: Holy Spirit (Pentecost)
15 August: Assumption Day
1 October: Cyprus Republic Day
28 October: Greek National Day
24-26 December: Christmas

Hitch Hiking
Hitch Hiking is not restricted in Cyprus, but certainly is not one of the regular means of transportation. Such means of transportation can be tiresome in the hot summer months, but may turn out to be a great pleasure as Cypriot hospitality is legendary, and hikers will certainly experience the friendliness and simplicity of Cypriots, especially among the village folk. Hikers are advised to wear sunhats and sunglasses in summer, while waiting for their free ride. Hitch-Hikers should always remember to keep to the left-hand side of the road, as driving in Cyprus moves on the left

Emergency
The Police, Fire Brigade and Emergency Medical Service telephone number is: 199
It is definitely advised to have Medical Insurance when on holiday as the cost for necessary treatment is likely to be very high. Emergency treatment in hospitals is free; however you may like to transfer to a private clinic once first aid has been administered.

Business & Shopping Hours
Winter (October-April) Hours:
Mon-Fri: 08.00-13.00 & 14.30-17.30
Wed-Sat: 08.00 -13.00
Office hours: 08.00-13.00 & 15.00 -18.00

Summer (May-September) Hours:
Mon-Fri: 08.00-13.00 & 16.00-19.00
Wed-Sat: 08.00 -13.00
Office hours: 08.00-13.00 & 15.00 -18.00


Electricity
Current-Voltage The electricity supply in Cyprus is 240 volts, a.c. 50Hz. Sockets are usually 13 amp, square pin in most buildings. More than one low current rating appliance may be operated from the same supply point, by using an adapter. The use of adapters for operating high current rating appliances is not recommended.

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Contact Us

Ali Pourtaheri:       ali@byrstone.com

Phone

+44 7887 61 63 87

 

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