Villa Akraia is a 4 bedroom holiday villa located at Kissonerga Paphos. The name comes from Aphrodite Akraia, which means Aphrodite of the Heights. Her temples were often built on top of hills, as at Palaipafos and Amathus. There was also a sanctuary of Aphrodite Akraia on top of a hill, at the extreme end of the Akamas peninsula. An inscription of the 1st cent. A.D. from the Paphos area records an offering to our Akraia Aphrodite.
The master bedroom is situated on the ground floor facing the sea with a large bathroom. Elegant bars separate the kitchen and hall from the lounge areas
The lounge is a comfortably furnished and equipped with a satellite TV, CD player radio and DVD. The fitted kitchen has kettle, toaster, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge, electric oven and an electric plated stove, microwave, full set of crockery. The two bedrooms on the first floor are both en suite with large balcony to enjoy the view, table and chairs.
The barbeque (gazebo) areas have a table and chairs. The pool is 9 m x 4,5 m and surrounded by sun beds, umbrellas, there is also an out door shower.
Private Chef service upon request:
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The villa is part of Platzia Holiday Villas Complex. Platzia Holiday Vacations Villas are a family owned business of villas for rent in Cyprus, Paphos and Coral Bay.
The complex consists of 5 Properties , 2 sea front three bedroom villas with private pool, 2 three bedroom villas with private pool and sea view and one four bedroom villa with private pool and sea view. The complex is located near the fantastic beach at Coral Bay and the residential area of Kisonerga, which is one of the most picturesque villages in the Pafos district. To Kato Paphos and Paphos Town or Coral Bay it takes approximately seven minutes by car or by bus and the bus stop is short walk away from the project.
Aphrodite was the goddess of love. According to mythology she was born from the foam of the sea off the shore of Paphos. She had a prestigious sanctuary in Pilaipafos (present Kouklia) where she was worshipped for nearly 2000 years. She was the Great Goddess of Cyprus.