A villa with a view for every holiday
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Coral Bay has a lot to offer, from perfect Mediterranean soft sanded beaches, tasty cuisines, full day family activities, historic landsites, and nightlife for the young and restless. This popular location can be found about 12 kilometers from the city of Paphos and was once one of the best kept secrets of Cyprus. But due to its crystal-clear shallow waters, soft golden sand and a large number of amenities, Coral Bay has become one of the top locations to visit when booking your trip to Cyprus. You will be able to find a villa that caters for ever need, offering not only the perfect location to explore Coral Bay, but also can offer hot tubs, heated pools, spa treatments and in house catering for the luxury holiday you are looking for.
As Coral Bay became one of the best choices for a family vacation, guests can find all amenities close by, where the resort centre offers a wide variety of restaurants for all likes and tastes, cafes, and cocktail bars, both luxury and local shops and markets all at a walking distance. If you are looking for a relaxed, lazy, sun filled day, the best beach for this occasion is the popular horseshoe shaped Coral Bay beach, with shallow waters and soft sand, making it a great location for children to play and parents to rest. During summer, the days can become quite hot and heated, therefore make sure to check the lounges and sun umbrellas for rental.
The best holiday location you have been waiting for
There is no surprise why Coral Bay is one of the most popular holiday destinations
Besides the breathtaking views on the beach, its relaxing atmosphere give parents the calm they were looking for whilst their children play by the shallow waters. If you are looking for watersports and ways to explore Coral Bay, you might want to book a boat ride, being a popular choice for families but also for those seeking the luxurious lifestyle, as you can find the yacht charters to explore the waters in comfort and luxury. Rent modern water skis or windsurfing equipment for an exhilarating experience, and even take some diving lessons to adventure yourself in the depths of the Mediterranean and see the marine wildlife like sea turtles and colorful coral reefs. There is even a sunken ship of the Zenobia, a ferry boat that sunk many decades ago and has been left untouched.
Every holiday includes a little retail therapy, which is why Coral Bay Avenue offers various shops and stores to their guests, with artisanal crafts made by the locals, jewelry, ornaments, family produce and food delicacies. There are also well-known brand stores throughout Coral Bay, but if you did not find what you were looking for, Paphos is close enough to venture yourself and satisfy your shopping needs.
Having great food is also important during a holiday, and you will not be disappointed with that Coral Bay offers their guests, with rich local gastronomy, gourmet restaurants, cafes and bars walking distance from the beach.
And to end your night with a bang, there are plenty of cocktail bars and clubs and even some beach parties during summer to make you dance and enjoy until the sunrise. The main strip is filled with local places to have a drink or too whilst listening to live music or DJs playing.
Breathtaking under the sea views
Immerse yourself in the sea life
Besides booking a private villa with an incredible view, Coral Bay offers stunning views below water too. Due to its shallow and calm waters, holiday makers can rent snorkeling and scuba diving equipment and explore the life under the water. In the area of Paphos, the coastline is incredible, with caves stretching along for more than a kilometer. This picture-perfect location makes it a great day of exploring the natural caves made by water erosion over thousands of years. The Peyia Sea Caves are located in the Peyia village, seafront of Paphos, delivering beauty and geological views of the power of the ocean.
If you are searching for the perfect diving spot, make sure to check out the Manijin island diving site, in the Manijin Island, located close to the Peyia sea caves. A very small island made of basically rock is situated about a 10 minute boat ride from Coral Bay and is the ideal area for tourists who loves to dive and explore underwater beauties, natural features like a blow hole, an archway and marine life. Even though this area is suitable for both beginner and experienced divers, with depths ranging from 8 to 24 meters, an open water qualification is required.
Every type of attraction within reach
Whether you are interested in the historical sites, nature hikes or cuisine experiences, Coral Bay has it all
As Coral Bay is located fairly close to Paphos, your visit does not have to be only in one place. By renting a car service to Paphos, you will also immerse yourself in local culture and activities in a day trip. When visiting Paphos, if you are looking to be surrounded by nature, there are many stunning locations like the Kremiotis Waterfall, in the Kritou Terra village. You can expect a hidden beauty, with never ending flowing waters surrounded by green garden on a 1,5-kilometer walk. But the walk is quite slippery and difficult, therefore make sure to bring proper walking shoes. Another great hiking location is the Caledonia Falls in the Platres village, which is the highest waterfall in Cyprus, consisting of a 12-meter height water fall. This waterfall can be reached by walking through the forest trail, delivering stunning views throughout the walk. The 3 kiloemter walk lasts for about 2 hours and it considered to be a fairly moderate hike, not being suitable for very small children. If fitness is not your passion, you can skip the walk and go straight to the waterfall by an easy trail, lasting 20 minutes. You can be sure to spot various local flora and fauna, listening to the birds and wind, specially in spring and summer.
If you are looking to learn more about the fascinating history, you should travel to the popular sites like the Tombs of the Kings, the Paphos Archaeological Park, and the Ayios Neophytos Monastery.
When traveling with small ones, you can take a day trip to the Paphos Zoo, where they can have interaction with animals like African elephants, Giraffes, tigers, primates, birds, reptiles and many others.
If wine is your thing, then make sure to stop by the many wineries around Paphos like the one in Omodos village, where the locals make their own wine and hold an annual wine festival every august, or the Tsangarides winery.