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Villa Téménos - Air-conditioned

150 m2 | 1 x Twin Bed | 2 x Double Bed | Sleeps 6 people

Sea View

Located in Peyia, 3 km from the beach, 3-Bedroom Villa with Sea View features an outdoor pool and a fenced garden. This air-conditioned accommodation is 7 km from Paphos Zoo. Guests will enjoy private parking on site and free Wi-Fi.

This villa features 3 bedrooms, a TV as well as a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher, a microwave,...

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Villa Amenities




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a unique place

Located in the peaceful village of Peyia, Villa Téménos offers an enchanting setting to recharge your batteries and reconnect with nature. Surrounded by lush green mountains and offering a breathtaking view of the Mediterranean Sea, this 3-bedroom villa is the ideal starting point to discover the wild beauty of the region.
Enjoy a refreshing dip in the private pool while watching the sun set over the sea or relax in the enclosed garden, where the scent of local plants and flowers will delight your senses.
Only 3 km from the sandy beaches, Villa Temenos is also close to numerous hiking trails, historical sites and picturesque villages, for a total immersion in Cypriot culture.

Non-smoking establishment

Free parking

Free Wifi

2 pools

Balcony and terrace

Air conditioning

Barbecue facilities

Washing machine

  • Spoken languages : Arabic, German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese
  • View on the city, the pool and the garden
  • Equipped kitchen
  • Wardrobe or closet

Activities & surroundings

Villa Temenos is ideally located in a quiet area of Peyia, offering a breathtaking view of the Mediterranean Sea. It is a perfect starting point to discover the surroundings and enjoy the beach only 3 km from the villa.
We would be delighted to share our passion for the area with you and show you the local activities.

Sites and pretty villages

  • The village of Geroskipou , famous for its loukoums (traditional sweets) and its Byzantine church.
  • The village of Kathikas , known for its vineyards and rustic taverns.
  • The village of Latchi, located on the northwestern coast of Cyprus and offering a breathtaking view of the sea.


  • The Paphos Marine Museum, presenting a collection of objects related to the maritime history of the island
  • The mosaic museum of Paphos, housing mosaics dating from the Roman era.

Festivals or cultural events

  • The Feast of the Holy Virgin in Paphos, an important religious celebration for the local community.
  • The Limassol Beer Festival, a popular annual event for beer lovers.
  • The Koili Wine Festival, a village near Peyia, which takes place in September and showcases the local wines and gastronomic products of the region.


  • O'Vrakas Taverna, a traditional Cypriot restaurant located in Peyia with a panoramic view of the sea.
  • The Stone House, a Mediterranean cuisine restaurant in Peyia offering dishes made from fresh local products.
  • Cousins Taverna, a family restaurant in Peyia offering traditional Cypriot cuisine.
  • The Grande Café, a café-restaurant located in Peyia offering international cuisine and a panoramic view of the sea.
  • Peyia Tavern , a traditional Cypriot restaurant located in Peyia and offering typical dishes of the region.

Sports activities

  • Hiking in the surrounding hills and on the Akamas nature trail.
  • Mountain biking on the mountain trails around Peyia and in the Akamas nature reserve.
  • Horseback riding in the surrounding hills.
  • Water sports such as jet skiing, windsurfing and sailing at Coral Bay beach, located near Peyia.
  • Scuba diving and snorkeling on the rocky shores and wrecks of the area.

Places to get to know this country

  • The Green Line, a buffer zone that separates northern and southern Cyprus and has remained unchanged since the 1974 war.
  • Kykkos Monastery, one of the most important Orthodox monasteries in Cyprus and home to a collection of icons and religious objects.