West Cyprus

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At a glance

  1. Sleeps 8
  2. 3 Double Bedrooms
  3. 1 Twin Bedroom
  4. 4 Bathrooms
  5. Air Conditioning
  6. Children's Pool
  7. Table Tennis
  8. WiFi
  • Ground floor: Entrance hall.  Open plan living area with kitchen diner (A/C, TV, CD, DVD, oven, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine). Double bedroom (A/C) with en suite bathroom and patio doors to terrace.  Twin bedroom (A/C).  Shower room. WiFi.
  • First floor: Double bedroom (A/C) with en suite bathroom and patio doors to large balcony.  Double bedroom (A/C) with en suite bathroom and patio doors to balcony.  
  • Outside: Covered and open terraces.  Garden.  In built barbecue and traditional clay oven. Table tennis.  Children’s play area (swings, basket ball hoop, volley ball). Poolside shower. Private parking.
  • Private swimming pool (9m x 5m).  Separate children’s pool (2.5m x 2.5m)


Mesmerising views over the surrounding countryside towards the sea on the horizon unfurl before you on arrival at Ifigenia, a substantial property close to sleepy Peristerona (5km) and Polis (9km).  The broad rural panorama, criss-crossed with olive groves, fields and orchards, can be enjoyed from the terraces, garden, pool and balconies of this traditional home.

Families will appreciate the facilities available at Ifigenia, which include a large garden, children’s pool, table tennis, volley ball net, and basketball hoop.  Inside the accommodation is spacious with air conditioning throughout, and each bedroom has its own bathroom facilities.  

The hamlet of Skoulli (3km) in the valley has a minimarket and taverna, with Peristerona and Polis offering more amenities.  A variety of beaches are within a 30 minute drive, including Latchi (13km) and Baths of Aphrodite (18km). 

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Location of Ifigenia


Great Things to Do Near Ifigenia

The Akamas Peninsula

This wild corner of the north west is virtually uninhabited and covered with forests. Ideal for exploring on foot, it is home to many species of wildlife, flora, fauna, birds and butterflies. It is popular with walkers and maps of the walks and nature trails can be obtained from the Tourist Offices in Polis and Paphos.

Fish of the day

The Polis area is well known for its fresh fish, and many of the restaurants here will feature fish and seafood dishes using the catch brought in to Latchi or one of the other local harbours.

Byzantine museum in Peristerona

This small but interesting museum has a varied collection of icons, woodcarvings, metal craft and embroidery.

In the footsteps of Aphrodite

Paphos is famously the birthplace of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty, and subsequently a place of pilgrimage for the entire Hellenic world. Aphrodite’s Rock is a massive stone that marks the spot where she emerged from the sea. The Baths of Aphrodite, located between Polis and Cape Arnaouti, are formed by a natural grotto and where she reputedly bathed after her liaisons with Adonis.

Polis town

As well as a good range of bars and restaurants to discover, there are charming craft shops to browse in Polis.

Day at the beach

Head down to Polis Chrysochou Bay, where you will find sandy beaches with watersports such as stand-up paddling, windsurfing and diving on offer, as well as boat hire and boat trips.

Take a dip in the Blue Lagoon

This is a sheltered bay in the Akamas peninsula, whose crystal clear waters are usually warmer than the rest of the area. A variety of boat trips leave from Latchi, and most include a stop off for a refreshing swim.

Lara Bay

One of the most isolated beaches on the island, it is a haven for green and loggerhead turtles to lay their eggs. During the laying season (May – September) the females struggle ashore to lay their eggs and bury them. Volunteers then relocate the eggs to a fenced hatchery, protecting them from predators.  After seven weeks the eggs hatch and the babies make their way to the water.


A town of two parts – Kato (Lower) Paphos is the area around the harbour and castle and is the touristy hub with hotels, cafes, bars, shops and from where excursions are sold and boat trips depart.  However, parts of it have Unesco World Heritage status with fine Roman ruins and mosaics as well as Byzantine remains. Ktima Paphos lies 3 kms uphill and features narrow, winding streets around the Turkish Quarter which has been turned into a covered market.  Lovely views of the town below can be enjoyed from the cafes and bars on the edge of this part of town.

Golf, tennis or spa?

The Minthis resort in the hills (about half an hour by car) has an 18-hole golf course, tennis courts for hire, and a wellness spa.

Watch the sun setting

The Western end of Cyprus is perfect for watching this fascinating spectacle. Observing the sky coming alive with fiery crimson and orange hues never fails to please! Two of the most popular places to enjoy it are at Aphrodite’s Rock or Paphos Medieval Castle.

Spend a day exploring the Troodos Mountains

There is so much to see here ranging from the ten painted churches, with their stunning medieval frescoes, to the Kykkos Monastery, also the village of Troodos itself from where numerous hiking or cycling trails begin. Or simply exploring the lush forested hillside, often hiding spectacular waterfalls.



Skoulli 5 mins
Peristerona 7 mins
Polis 10 mins
Paphos 40 mins


Polis Municipal Beach 15 mins
Latchi Beach 20 mins


Paphos 60 mins
Larnaca 120 mins
Times are approximate

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