Villas in Cyprus

Whether you are looking to buy or to rent a holiday villa in Cyprus for a limited period, you have come to the right place. At Cyprus Ninja search engine you will be able to find the villas in Cyprus that match your needs and requirements – and at the right cost for you.

What should you consider for your villa in Cyprus

There are so many things to consider and prioritise, when you are looking for a villa in Cyprus. So we will help you out a bit and list some of the considerations, that are generally important. Your job is then to consider your own unique requirements and add them on top or as the most important factor, when you search our database of villas in Cyprus.

Villa with a pool

You should definitely consider a villa with a pool. It can be scorching hot in Cyprus during the summer months from May through to September. Even if the summer weather in Cyprus is just hot, the best medicine is to jump into your pool for a quick refreshing dip on a daily basis. If you have your own private pool, you can do it exactly when you feel like it. And that is the best time to jump into the pool.

Jumping into the pool on a hot summer day is a nice and refreshing feeling and if you have your own pool you will also not be annoyed by other people’s use of it. Or you will not be cleaning it after other people’s kids.

Beach access from your Cyprus villa

We got the pool covered above and it will definitely match your needs in terms of getting cooled off a bit during the day. But let us face it. You will not be travelling to Cyprus to sit in solitude, so the beach is an excellent alternative to spend time at. Either for a swim in the warm and buoyant salt water in the Eastern Mediterranean, to meet and see other people or to grab a cold drink in the relaxing sea-side atmosphere.

Or perhaps all of the mentioned – It is your holiday and your choice to make.

No matter what you are looking for you have a variety of choices in Cyprus when it comes to beaches and access to the sea. Cyprus is famed as the home of some of the best beaches in Europe. Therefore you will be definitely find a beach that suits your preferences.

Whether you are looking for a sandy beaches, small lagunes for snorkeling or beaches well prepared for sailing or surfing, you will find it.

What destination should you look for

Even though Cyprus is a small country, the different holiday destinations are quite different. To make sure that your holiday will meet your expectations, it is important that you take this into consideration, when you book a holiday villa in Cyprus.

Here is a short description of the main tourist destinations in Cyprus:

Protaras / Fig tree bay

This is a kid friendly place with quite a few of the great beaches that Cyprus have to offer. Most of the visitors are based in all-inclusive hotels but there are plenty of restaurants in the area. If you’re looking to party it is also only a short ride from Ayia Napa.

Ayia Napa

Ayia Napa is the party capital of Cyprus during the summer. While the party might not be so lively from 8 am to 1 pm, the city is extremely lively the rest of the day and night. Just don’t go here during the winter if you like fun!

Limassol

Limassol might be the most cosmopolitan city in Cyprus. The city has a great marina and a nice promenade that covers most of the around 16 kilometres that the city stretches. No matter what time of year it is, you will find plenty of options in and around Limassol.

Paphos

Paphos is a tourist city. This means that during off season it is sleepy, but as soon as the season starts in late March it really livens up and turn into a great tourist destination. A bit like Cinderella – just reverse. Around Paphos you will find everything from villas in cosy, small villages, tourist cities like Coral Bay or luxury villas in posher areas or next to the countries top golf destinations.

Paphos is also the European Capital of Culture 2017

Larnaca

Larnaca is the home of Cyprus’ biggest airport and is therefore a popular destination. Much like Limassol it features a sea promenade, which combines beach with plenty of busy restaurants, pubs and cafes.

Proximity to the entertainment centre

No matter which destination you choose in Cyprus you will face a big decision. How close to restaurants and other entertainment and the benefits and downsides that include do you want to live?

Either you choose to live right next to the entertainment areas or you can choose a holiday villa in Cyprus that puts a little bit of distance between your holiday home and the entertainment centres (and the noise that is included when you are living right in the middle of it).

Both options have it perks. A villa right next to the entertainment centres of Cyprus offers you easy access and ability to walk back and forth. On the other hand a villa in a more distant and peaceful location offers you solitude, peace and quiet surroundings when you prefer it.

If you choose the latter option you should also rent a car in order to get around. Public transportation in Cyprus is of a different (read; lower) quality than most other European countries and you do not want to spend several hours your holiday waiting for a bus in front of your villa in Cyprus.

Renting a car also provides you with a lot more flexibility in terms of exploring more of what Cyprus has to offer than just the closest beach. No matter whether you are interested in exploring the rural areas, the nature, historical sites or family friendly water parks you will have many options.