|Rental Period||Price Per Day||Price Per Week|
|15 March 2022 - 31 March 2022||55.00€||385€|
|01 April 2022 - 30 April 2022||63.00€||441€|
|01 May 2022 - 24 May 2022||74.00€||518€|
|25 May 2022 - 30 June 2022||103.00€||721€|
|01 July 2022 - 12 July 2022||162.00€||1134€|
|13 July 2022 - 23 August 2022||206.00€||1442€|
|24 August 2022 - 31 August 2022||167.00€||1169€|
|01 September 2022 - 30 September 2022||110.00€||770€|
|01 October 2022 - 31 October 2022||81.00€||567€|
|01 November 2022 - 15 November 2022||63.00€||441€|
Villa Majestic is a wonderful Cypriot property with private pool, very close to the beach, located in Agia Marina Cyprus, only 400 meters away from the town centre and an hour drive from Paphos airport.
Villa Majestic is ideal for a family of six, with stunning sea views and all those facilities that can make a holiday special.
Entering the property from the front gate, you go up a few stairs to the main entrance and the surrounding balconies, which are overlooking the open sea and Agia Marina Cyprus beach.
Villa Majestic is a fully air-conditioned villa (air-conditioning is provided free of charge) and it is set on one level, with an open plan fully equipped kitchen, sitting and dining area.
A small corridor leads to the bedrooms. Villa Majestic features a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, a twin and a double bedroom, both with windows to the pool and the garden which share a family bathroom.
Wall wardrobes are conveniently placed in the bedrooms. All bedrooms are also equipped with private air-conditioning units.
On the west facing balcony, there is a wooden table for seating and dining al fresco.
A couple of steps lead from this balcony to the pool terrace and garden. Both of them are located at the rear of the house offering extra privacy.
The pool benefits from a proper shower room and also an exterior ‘douche’.
A built – in BBQ is located in the garden, close to the pool, to further help enhance more dinning al-fresco experiences.
Villa Majestic is a ‘magical’ place for anyone who wishes to have a quiet and relaxing stay along side the Agia Marina Cyprus beach and away from it all.
Accepted credit cards
- Air conditioning
- Balcony or terrace
- Car not essential
- Cleaning services
- Clothes dryer
- Cot (on request)
- Dinning Terrace
- DVD player
- Hair dryer
- High chair (on request)
- Ironing board
- Linen provided
- Near restaurants
- Near shops
- Near supermarket
- Near tavernas
- Outdoor Dining
- Sea Views
- Towels provided
- Walk to the beach
- Washing machine
Distance to the sea
Local point of interest
Water - Sport activities
Eos Travel Office
Would love to go again
We did not wanted to leave
Lovely remote location, facilities reasonably close.
.... we absolutely enjoyed it! It‘s a perfect place for families,...
Off the beaten track
...It is very spacious and clean as well and from it’s two terraces you can admire the lovely sea view.
Clean and quiet
Absolutely loved it!
very nice and clean place.
Peace in the sun
We enjoyed very much staying in the villa. It was clean, comfortable, great setting and great pool.
We greatly enjoyed staying in Villa Majestic.
Thank you a lot for hospitality! We'll come again next time
Thank you for a lovely holiday! We really enjoyed the villa!
Agia Marina - Cyprus
Agia Marina is a Cypriot popular tourist village in Paphos area. It is locate 14km NE of Poli Chrysochous and it is built in an average altitude of 190 meters.
The village is known as Agia Marina Chrysochous so that it is distinguished from the other villages with the same name in Cyprus and/or Greece. The last census conducted in Cyprus showed that the population of the village is 687 habitants.
The village emerges from a beautiful landscape, made of the most tranquil colours of nature: blue and green. Nature had offered to the village a unique beauty, which is consisted of the wild vegetation and the clean sea. The natural beauty is harmonically interrupted by the cultivated land, which draw water from the barrier of the village. The visitor can approach the beauties of the village through two trails that pass across the village.
The biggest part of the village is covered with wild flora which is enriched by afforestation and cultivated plants. The view from the east part of the village is amazing. Green dominates the woods and it calms the visitor.
The west part of the village is decorated by cultivated land which is mainly irrigated by the barrier. The main cultivations of the village are vegetables, cereals, citrus and fruit trees and forage plants.
The irrigation of the cultivated land is completely depended on the barrier of the village. The river Xeros which is 2,5 km away from the sea, supplies the barrier with water, which is estimated to sixty cubic meters (300,000 tons) of water. The barrier covers the needs of one thousand and five hundred scales of land.
In Agia Marina Chrysochous you can meet the wild animal “Ovis gmellini ophion” (agrino), which is found only in Cyprus and it looks like a wild sheep. It is a unique and also a rare animal, thus its hunting is strictly forbidden.
Someone can approach the beauties of the village through two trails. The first one is made by the forest police and it is 4 km long, full of wild plants. The second trail leads to the barrier and to the chapel of Agia Marina.
The wild fauna and flora, the cultivated land, the beach, the barrier and the nature trails are joined harmonically and they create a unique piece of art.
The route from Poli Chrysochous that leads to Agia Marina is considered as one of the most picturesque and beautiful routes of the island.
Sports and natureWhilst in Agia Marina two destinations that should be on every visitor’s list: The fabulous Latchi Harbour and the iconic Aphrodite Nature Trail. Some more recommended attractions which are within a short distance is the Blue Lagoon and the Akamas Peninsula National Park. If someone is looking for great family fun, can treat his children with a visit to the Paphos Bird and Animal Park in Pegeia and Pafos Zoo.
NightlifeReffer to Latchi and Argaka night life
Culture & historyIn older times, the village was situated in the area of the old church of Agia Marina near the woods. At the end of the English occupation, the English pretended that they wanted to protect the forest from the inhabitants and the animals. Thus, they convert the woods to lots and sold the land to the villagers. This is how the village was “transferred” from its first location. According to an old tradition, the plague was dispersed in the area but Saint Marina eliminated it before it killed the inhabitants of the viallge. Thus, the villagers decided to give the name of the saint to the village because she helped them to fight against the disease.