Information and properties in Sea Caves, Paphos

Sea Caves is a prestigious area with fantastic and exclusive villas for sale scattered amongst the banana plantations, agricultural fields and close to the beautiful coastline that has many coves which are ideal for snorkeling as the water is so crystal clear. Properties for sale in this area are ideal for those wanting peace and quiet with stunning views. Taking this into account it is only a short drive to Coral Bay which is a popular and busy resort within the Paphos district and has plenty to offer with regards to amenities and activities. In the centre you will find several banks, supermarkets, pharmacys, laundry and souvenir shops plus an array of restaurants and bars with all international cuisine including traditional Cypriot dishes. Activities include mini golf and go karting for the more active, Paphos Zoo, horse riding and water sports. The resort of Coral Bay has two sandy beaches, the busiest being Coral Bay Beach a sandy horseshoe shaped bay boasting the Blue Flag of the European Union and the quieter being Corallia Bay. There are 4 golf courses within approximately 40 minutes drive; Secret Valley Golf Course, Aphrodite Hills Golf Course, Elia Golf Course and Tsada Golf Course. If you prefer a more traditional feel then head to the tiny fishing hamlet of St Georges where you can enjoy splendor of sunset views or dine at one of the local tavernas. The Akamas Peninsula is just to the north of the village and is the ideal location for nature lovers. Another option is to visit the village of Peyia set into the hillside and only a few kilometres away Coral Bay, here you can find a collection of rustic tavernas, bars and village coffee shops. Paphos Town, approximately 15 kilometers away, many years ago the capital of the island is now included in the official UNESCO list of cultural and natural treasures of the world's heritage. There are remains of palaces, theatres, fortresses and tombs which means that the town is of exceptional historical and architectural value. The Tombs of the Kings where you will find the well preserved mosaics are probably the biggest cultural draw with further archaeological discoveries continually being made. Pano (meaning Upper) Paphos up on the cliff giving panoramic views is the most important administrative centre and residential district and Kato (meaning Lower) Paphos, by the sea, built around the harbour and medieval port is the main tourist area.