Pyla and the Surrounding Areas

 


 

A quiet setting yet close to the hustle and bustle of Larnaca and Ayia Napa

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Pyla Promenade

 

Pyla Village

 

 

The Ancient Tower in Pyla

 

 

One of he many local beaches

 

The apartments are located on the edge of Pyla village, a quaint village with a small selection of shops, supermarkets, restaurants, bars and friendly locals. From the village square one of the surviving towers of the Venetian network of Watchtowers dating 1489-1571 can be seen.

Pyla is also famous for being the only village in Cyprus where the Greek and Turkish Cypriots live in harmony. In the ancient main square you will find a choice of traditional Greek and Turkish cafe bars.  

The nearby Cyprus Tourist Office (CTO) endorsed beach is 2 miles away with the surrounding promenade offering a wide selection of restaurants and tavernas, ranging from international cuisine to traditional Cypriot meze

A ten minute drive leads to Larnaca, one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world. Today it is a bustling town which manages to retain a good deal of historic charm. Its many places to visit include the famous Lazarus church, the Turkish fort, the mosque of Hala Sultan Tekke and a number of wonderful museums. Or you could explore the historic quarter with its narrow streets and charming buildings.

One of Larnaca’s most distinctive features is the seaside promenade, known as Finikoudis Beach (meaning many Palms) lined with tall palm trees and sandy beaches bordered by Tavernas, Bars and Restaurants to suit all ages, tastes and budgets

Ayia Napa, one of the most popular beach resorts on Cyprus is a short 20 minute drive or taxi journey away and well worth a visit. Here, you will find a mix of lively clubs and bars as well as beautiful harbour front tavernas.

All around the surrounding areas you will find unspoilt beaches and coves to explore and enjoy.

Pyla is situated close to the motorway network and is perfectly placed for exploring the rest of the island. A short drive through Pyla leads to the border to the north of the island, which makes an interesting day trip (remember to take your passport).