Infinity Villa is situated in Kamares Village, an award winning prestigious development and, because it is built on the hills above Paphos, has the great benefit of cooler, less humid air during the hot summer months. Due to the lack of regular public transport, car rental is recommended.

The Area & Attractions

So what can be found?

Within Kamares Village itself
The central hub of local activity in Kamares Village is focussed around its own club with restaurant bar, mini market (for your basic needs), outdoor swimming pool, medical centre and tennis courts  (all freely available for use by villa guests, with local activity and functions regularly organised). Due to the elevated position of the village, it boasts spectacular views down to the coastline around Paphos and Coral Bay.

Just a 20-minute stroll away
You can find yourself in the traditional Village of Tala (8km North of Paphos). Here you will find a lovely village square with several welcoming tavernas, restaurants and all manner of shops including a bakery, pharmacy, grocery and delicatessen (English/Greek speaking) all with a 'local feel'. Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, Tala is close to St Neophytos, a secluded 12th Century Monastery.

   

*Tomb of Kings*

A short drive away
You can find yourself in Paphos (Just a short 8km, 15 min drive from Kamares Village). The large Paphos area is listed as a World Heritage Site and is steeped in history with sites such as Third Century Mosaics and the Tombs of the Kings. Often referred to as 'Nea (New) Pafos' the central areas are split into two distinct settlements. 'Kato Paphos' which offers the usual attractions of city life including a beautiful harbour area, archaeological zone and rather more touristy area, and 'Ktima', the true town centre just 3km up the hill.

From the Kato Paphos harbour area you offered various boat trips - from glass bottomed boats to even a Spanish Galleon! Along with various water sport activity including diving and jet ski hire all along the sea front.

In the opposite direction, just 5km up the coast from your villa you can find yourself at Coral Bay with arguably the nicest beach and clearest waters in the whole of Cyprus. The beach is shaped like a horseshoe and is a paradise of white sand sheltered by headlands with calm turquoise glassy waters. The summer heat is often tempered by a gentle breeze and the sea has a shallow margin where children may play safely.

   

*Lara Bay*

A little further a field
If Golf is your passion, you will be spoilt for choice with three courses within a 35-minute drive; Aphrodite Hills, Tsada Golf Club (the nearest at just a 15 minute drive) and Secret Valley Golf Club. All three are championship course and are perfect for a specialist golfing holiday.

For any discerning nature lovers, Lara Bay, on the northwest coast of Cyprus, just over an hour from the villa is an extensive and often near-deserted sandy beach, a conservation area and one of the few remaining havens for loggerhead and green turtles to nest - so sun loungers and umbrellas are not allowed. Monk seals also dwell in the sea caves around the peninsula. You can also find an open-air restaurant at Lara, but alternatively you might find it nice to take a picnic.