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Villa Heaven is a traditional stone built house, located in the virgin surroundings of Peristeronas village, just ten minutes drive from Polis and only 47 kms away from Paphos airport.
It is an air-conditioned charm property, spacious, set in private grounds with lush gardens, and it is an ideal place for a family or party of six persons.
Villa Heaven is a high quality accommodation and features a large pool (9.0 X 4.0) with stunning Mediterranean Sea and mountain views. It is perched on a mountain top plateau and its privacy is beyond any debate.
The villa is all set in one level and consists of three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
There is an open plan living – dining area with log fire and a fully equipped kitchen with granite work top surfaces.
One of the bedrooms is the master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and two twins (one of them has also got an en-suite shower) and a third family shower room, alongside the sitting area. All of the bedrooms are fitted with spacious wardrobes and are fully air-conditioned. (A small fee is payable locally per day / per unit).
Pool and Gardens
A very nice private pool is located aside the front stone paved terraces, next to a pergola with garden table and sitting facilities for dining al fresco, poolside shower and a fix BBQ.
Villa Heaven is definitely ideal for a family seeking a high quality villa, peace and quiet in total privacy, amongst stunning views and sceneries, in Peristeronas Cyprus.
Accepted credit cards
- Air conditioning (payable locally)
- Balcony or terrace
- Cleaning services
- Cot (on request)
- Detached Property
- Dinning Terrace
- DVD player
- Hair dryer
- High chair (on request)
- Ironing board
- Linen provided
- Log fire
- Mountain Views
- Outdoor Dining
- Panoramic Views
- Private garden
- Sea Views
- Towels provided
- Village location
- Washing machine
Distance to the sea
Local point of interest
Water - Sport activities
Eos Travel Office
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Peristeronas - Cyprus
Peristeronas is a mountainous picturesque village bordered by one side by Paphos Forest, approx. 48 kms away from Paphos International Airport or 10 minutes drive from the Polis town.
The countryside around Peristeronas remains virgin and the hills are scattered with olive trees, vines, wild flowers, fruit trees and herbs.
The views from this traditional village are amazing with the Evretou Dam glistening in front of you and the Akamas peninsula stretching out, behind it, at a 500 meters above the sea level.
The name Peristerona came out from the Greek word: “peristeri” which means pigeon, as in bygone years thousands of these birds were nestling in the nearby Atichoulli Gorge (Eagles gorge).
In nowadays the traditional character of the village is the main attraction for visitors. This is the reason that the locals had been encouraged by the local council to renovate their old stone houses, without washing their beauty out and any new developers are also persuaded to build houses using the local stone.
Approaching the village the magnificent building housing Byzantine Museum of Arsinoe can not be missed as well as the church of St. Mamas, built on 1911.
Walking down the winding and narrow streets someone can see restored stone houses mingling with crumbling ruins and buildings abandoned, by locals who emigrated to South Africa when the local economy declined.
Sports and natureHiking, climbing
NightlifePeristeronas is a quiet resort and nightlife is limited although a few bars are spreaded in the area.
Culture & historyUntil the 13th century, the ecclesiastical area of Paphos consisted of two separate dioceses - the diocese of Arsinoe, which was situated where is now located Polis town and the diocese of Paphos. During the Frankish occupation the diocese of Arsinoe was abolished and joined the diocese of Paphos. The diocese was re-established recently in 1996. The museum was a joint effort by the bishops of these two dioceses to present the history and the work of the Church of Arsinoe. The museum houses a collection of more than 60 icons dating from the 13th to the 19th century. Also on display, there are wood carvings, metal artworks, sacerdotal vestments, embroideries and several manuscripts sating back to 1551. The grounds of the museum feature an olive press and several stone features representing various saints.