A favourite island in the Mediterranean
The island of Cyprus has been a very popular tourist destination for many years. Amazing subtropical weather that exceeds 30 C in summer and offers great warmth and sunshine during the rest of the year is one of the reasons for that. The extraordinary natural scenery, seaside areas, sand beaches as well as spectacular mountains make it an irresistible attraction. In addition, Cyprus carries a great deal of history. The island has hundreds and thousands of years old relics and remains of the Byzantine Empire and Roman Empire. No wonder this island has become the seat of luxury golf centres.
Our villas are located in the south-western part of the island near Paphos Airport. You can reach us via the A6 motorway which connects southern cities like Paphos, Limassol or Larnaca. Near the villas there is a supermarket, several restaurants and bars, a patisserie and of course the golf club itself.
The official currency of the Republic of Cyprus is EURO. You will have no trouble making yourself understood in English. However, the official language is Greek.
A place that will charm you
Elea golf club
The warm and sunny weather of Cyprus allows its residents to play golf all year round, and Aphrodite Hills offers 18 holes where you can show how good you really are, whether it’s June or December. Fairways are challenging and strategically shaped and the course offers two water hazards. It was designed by the well-known architect Cabell Robinson.
Right next to Aphrodite Hills, you will find the Secret Valley, another 18-hole course in the countryside, perfectly shaped for the best experience and surrounded by pleasant greenery which ensures a fresh and pleasant experience. It was designed by the architects Hans-Georg Erhardt and Snorri Vilhjalmsson.
Historically the first and oldest golf course in Cyprus. It has recently undergone complete refurbishment and renovation. It is located in the magical monastery complex from the twelfth century. It is placed 550 meters above sea level.
The well-known architect Nick Fald has designed the special 18-hole course of Elea Golf Club, which is extraordinary and unique in that it consists of three areas that provide different levels of difficulty. First holes meander through carob-tree plantations and, on several holes, the game is diversified by water obstacles. The court’s middle part is of a slightly desert-like nature and the last holes include some unexpected rockery which will test your skills. The entire golf course is studded by olive trees. On this eighteen-hole course, an elaborate strategy and well-aimed shots pay off. After a challenging game, golfers can relax in the luxurious clubhouse where they can refresh themselves. The course was ranked among the TOP 10 best golf courses in 2010 .