Villa Nika is a modern awesome Cyprus villa, offering stunning panoramic and sea views, which stretches beyond the Baths of Aphrodite, in Argaka, near Latchi, with private pool and beautiful gardens, ideal for a party or family of 8 people.
This is a very spacious air-conditioned property (a small fee must be paid locally per day and per unit) , exceptionally furnished, with beautiful gardens, balconies and terraces surrounding the pool.
Villa Nika is set in two levels.
The ground floor consists of a fully equipped modern kitchen with an adjacent dining area and utility room, a large living room with balcony doors opening into the garden and pool terraces, a double bedroom and guests’ wc, handy to special needs persons.
Sweeping staircase leads onto the first floor with landing area, master double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and two twin bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms, all of them sharing a large balcony at the front of the villa.
Pool – Location
The pool is nicely placed at the front of villa Nika, towards the sea and the stunning views, hidden in between lush gardens. Next to it there is well looked after playground for the young occupants.
Villa Nika is only a short drive to the local beaches (2.0 kms) and to many activities, ranging from water sports, helicopter rides, boat-trips, fishing, go-karting, hiking in the fertile countryside of Argaka and can only promise a memorable holiday away from it all.
Accepted credit cards
- Air conditioning (payable locally)
- Balcony or terrace
- CD player
- Cleaning services
- Cot (on request)
- Dinning Terrace
- DVD player
- Hair dryer
- High chair (on request)
- Ironing board
- Linen provided
- Outdoor Dining
- Panoramic Views
- Private garden
- Sea Views
- Towels provided
- Washing machine
Distance to the sea
Mini - Market
Local point of interest
Water - Sport activities
Eos Travel Office
Argaka is situated on the coast, just 7kms north of Polis, NW Cyprus. Famous for its magnificent sunsets and hospitality, Argaka is the place to be!
Argaka is a small traditional Cypriot farming village, built along a ridge with magnificent views of the sea. Its location makes it the ideal place to just sit back and relax.
There is no record of the origins of the village or whether it existed in medieval times, but east of the village lies the restored church of Agia Varva which belonged to the Jerusalem Patriarchate and functioned until 1821.
The settlement of Argaka has two parts. There is Pano Argaka (Upper) and Kato Argaka (Lower). Upper Argaka represents the old settlement while Lower Argaka, which followed the Polis – Pomos – Nicosia road, is the new, linear-type settlement. The houses of the old settlement are mostly traditional, made with hewed limestone or with igneous pebbles. Because of the stream that crosses it (known as the River of Argaka), of the slope upon which it is built, and of the road through which it connects with the new settlement by the sea, the settlement of Argaka can be characterized as a relatively sparsely structured one.
The village features a selection of shops, supermarkets and banks, to satisfy all visitor’s needs while on holiday.
Argaka has several dams where fishing may be possible. This part of the island is very fertile and has an abundance of fruit trees including figs, grapes, prickly pears, apples, oranges and lemons.
Sports and natureAkamas Peninsula It is a wonderful place to escape and be with nature. The Peninsula is famous for its wildlife and rare, endemic flora. Lefkara This charming village between Limassol and Larnaca is famous for its silver filigree and, significantly, its lace. Petra tou Romiou Petra tou Romiou (Rock of Aphrodite) is one of the most beautiful spots on the island. It said to be where the Greek goddess Aphrodite was born. Phoinikoudes, Larnaca A 2 miles or so long esplanade lined with palm trees, the Phoinikoudes (locally Foinikoudes) is the icon image of Larnaca. Ayia Napa Agia Napa has ‘grown up’ and now has a growing number of sophisticated nightspots, restaurants and cultural venues, as well as lively clubs that still attract the young, trendy set. The resort has some of the best beaches and diving opportunities on the island.
NightlifeArgaka features all type of bars, pubs, music tavernas and discos.
Culture & historyCyprus Museum The Museum has got a magnificent collection of archaeological treasures, dating back to Neolithic times, including astonishingly well-preserved Mycenaean pottery, Chalcolithic figurines, Egyptian and Roman statues and carvings from the Royal Tombs at Salamis. The museum is located in central Nicosia. Kourion, Limassol The ancient city-kingdom site of the Kourion is the finest archaeological site on the island, With its spectacular Greco-Roman theatre, agora (marketplace) and the remains of a cathedral, the House of Eustolios with well-preserved 5th century floor mosaics, the ancient city-kingdom site of . On the same site is a stadium and sanctuary. Kyrenia Once an important Roman and Venetian port and said to be one of the most picturesque harbours in the Mediterranean, dominated by a vast fortress. Kyrenia Castle houses a Shipwreck Museum, which is best known for its 2,300-year-old merchant vessel and amphorae display. Tombs of the Kings This is a collection of rock cut tombs. The tombs were of noblemen, rather than kings, and are historically important because of their design. Troodos Painted Churches This is a collection of 10 richly painted churches and tiny monasteries. Two of the most spectacular are the Agios Nikolaos tis Stegis at Kakopetria with frescos from the 11th century, and Panagia tou Araka with scenes from the Old Testament. Baths of Aphrodite An isolated freshwater pool on the edge of the Akamas Peninsula, the Baths of Aphrodite near Polis is where, so legend has it, the Greek goddess bathed and enjoyed trysts with the god Adonis. Hala Sultan Tekke Located near Larnaca International Airport, the Hala Sultan Tekke is a beautiful 19th century mosque set amongst palm trees.