Just footsteps from Kato Paphos beach on Cyprus’ southwest coast, Constantinou Bros Athena Beach Hotel is a modern four star hotel offering first rate service, an excellent choice of facilities and elegant accommodation.
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On the surface, Cyprus is an alluring coastal destination, pairing turquoise Mediterranean waters with rugged beaches and warm hospitality. Delve a little further and you’ll find compelling history that embraces a mix of cultures, with incredible ruins that tell old tales and myths.
Enduring in quality and intuitive in service, The Annabelle Hotel is both stylishly inviting and wonderful familiar: a hallmark of true heritage classic. The grandee dame of Paphos, Annabelle is renowned for her colonial charm, and relaxed elegance making it a firm favourite for couples and families a like.
In a fantastic beachfront location and around 2km from Paphos resort centre, Constantinou Bros Asimina Suites is a modern five star hotel aimed exclusively at adults and offers a fine range of facilities including a tranquil spa, glorious pools and luxurious accommodation.
Constantinou Bros Athena Royal Beach Hotel is a stylishly modern, adult focused hotel set right on the beach and offering attentive service, a peaceful ambiance and spacious surroundings combined with great dining and a good choice of activities for those keen on keeping busy.
Experience the very finest at this prestigious hotel in the Amathus area just east of Limassol. Its fine beachfront setting and uninterrupted views alongside stylish gourmet dining, outstanding service and excellent facilities, makes this a fabulous choice for families as well as couples.
In a great beach location and around a ten minute drive from the centre of Limassol, five star Amathus Beach Hotel Limassol is a modern luxury resort hotel with a wealth of facilities, a very high standard of accommodation and a relaxed ambiance. Dining is a delight and service is outstanding.
In an enviable location on the sandy blue flag awarded beach in Paphos and within walking distance of the pretty harbour area, five star Amavi is a superb couples-only concept hotel offering exceptional service, stylish surroundings and luxuriously appointed guest accommodation boasting sea views.
Enjoying a beach location just along the coast from Paphos harbour, the palatial-style Elysium is a luxurious hotel with Byzantine-inspired architecture, fantastic choice of restaurants and excellent facilities for all ages.
The refined five-star Amara offers contemporary chic right on the beach in the historic Amathus area of Limassol and will appeal to the discerning couple or family in search of friendly service, world-class dining and fine, sea-facing accommodation.
An enticing destination fusing culture with natural beauty
Cyprus’ coastline is nothing short of spectacular. Wander along the rugged beaches and you’ll find tiny sea caves acting as a natural frame for the azure waters, with beaches for every kind of traveller. Pissouri Beach in Paphos offers fun water sports, friendly tavernas and soft sands for young families, whilst Lara Bay is much more isolated and is a popular nesting spot for turtles. Fig Leaf Bay meanwhile is a hit with all travellers thanks to its gorgeous frame of fig trees and natural paddling pools. But there are so many more beaches to discover around the whole island that you’ll be sure to find your own favourite.
The island has accumulated a variety of different cultures, all steeped in history and myth. In between dining on meze dishes and enjoying a dip in the ocean, days are well spent exploring the wide array of fascinating ancient attractions on offer. You’ll find striking remnants of old kingdoms and necropolis (designed cemeteries with elaborate tombs) in the southwest, whilst the southeast offers golden beaches lined by old castles and monasteries. Wherever you decide to discover, there’s no doubt you’ll be met with the warm hospitality the Cypriots are so well known for.
Why visit Cyprus?
· Mixing Mediterranean, Greek and Turkish fare, the food scene here is sensational. Think of long afternoons with a colourful meze, a Cypriot speciality that combines lots of small plates including salads, grilled meats, cheeses and dips. Typically, you’ll find salty halloumi, creamy hummus, refreshing tzatziki and souvla – big chunks of meat marinated and then charcoaled – on the menu.
· The culture and history here are gripping, and so multifaceted. You’ll discover ancient ruins, Neolithic dwellings, Phoenician tombs, stone castles atop mountain peaks, old cities and Roman mosaics, to name but a few.
· The Mediterranean climate makes Cyprus a wonderful destination to visit all year round. The summer months of June to September are the most popular thanks to the sun-soaked days of water sports, sunbathing and dining al fresco on offer. Cyprus is a favourite for winter sun holidays too, as the weather is mild enough for you to explore the cultural attractions and hike along the rugged cliffs.