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  • P A F O S - C Y P R U S

  • The warm shores of Cyprus invite you to live your dreams in a charming and idyllic setting where long sandy beaches combine with rich culture and welcoming people. The third largest and most easterly island in the Medi-terranean, Cyprus is also the island of Aph-rodite, something that visitors from all over the have fallen in love with. Offering modern infrastructure and a high standard of living, Cyprus links Europe to Asia and the Middle East, making it the ideal destination for your next home. As a member of the European Union, the island is modern and progressive, yet remains traditional and unique.

    You will always be welcomed in Cyprus so that you too can enjoy the unlimited treas-ures that it has to offer. From ruins and fres-

    coes to mountains and beaches, the multi-faceted character of Aphrodites birth-place offers a host of experiences - exciting and tranquil - all ready for you to enjoy.

    Cyprus has one of the oldest cultures of the Mediterranean with its history going back to 3700 B.C.From the mid-1970s' Cyprus has become an international trade and business centre. More and more foreign companies are open-ing their offices and branches and use Cy-prus as a base for their business in Europe, Middle East and Africa. Active development of the shipping industry created a lot of ship-ping companies and connected with them organizations.

    Cyprus

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    May

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    July

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  • Why Cyprus? Amazing climate: summer season from

    April to October and average winter temperatures: air +18, water +17. 326 sunny days a year

    Crystal clear sea waters and air smelling of flowers

    52 blue flag beaches Fresh fruits and vegetables all year round Clean ecology Friendly and hospitable people. Lowest crime rate in Europe Almost everybody speaks English 2 New International Airports (Larnaca

    and Pafos) 2 sea ports (Limassol and Larnaca)

    Stable property prices Strategic location between 3 continents:

    Europe, Asia and Africa Legal system based on the English law Easy and fast procedures to register

    companies High quality communications and highly

    developed infrastructure Short distances between towns International schools and kindergartens High quality lifestyle and low cost of

    living Tax advantages: low taxation, double

    taxation treaties, in most cases no tax on dividends, etc.

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    A simple and wonderful spot to relax and unwind, St George has a small, quiet shingle beach and a smattering of traditional Cypriot and fish restaurants. Just up from the bay is a series of natural rock caves, while to the North youll find the start of the vast and beautiful nature reserve Akamas Peninsula.

    10 mins walk to restaurants & bars of St George25 mins walk to beach5 mins drive to Coral Bay25 mins drive to Paphos40 mins drive to Paphos Airport

    Location

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  • Rich Cultural HeritageRich Cultural Heritageenjoy authentic relaxed Mediterranean lifestyle

    The mythical birthplace of Venus, the Greek Goddess of love and beauty, is situated on the south-western coast of Cyprus. It is home to a great extend of the island's rich cultural heritage including a medieval fortress frescoed tombs and remarkable mosaics. The charming harbour town of Pafos offers lively coffee shops, taverns, shops and markets.

    Climb to the roof of the castle and take in the delightful view over the harbour with its colourful fishing boats. In additions to its rich culture, the Pafos area offers a wealth of amenities and facilities that cater to every need.

    Finally Pafos is a city that is in touch with its heritage, offering an authentic relaxed Mediterranean lifestyle.

    Pafos

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  • Akamas Peninsula

    Mediterranean Paradisewelcome to azzurro luxury homes

    Mediterranean Paradise

    Agios Georgios Pegeia

    Coral Bay in Cyprus

    The Akamas peninsula, next to Azzurro Luxury Homes, covers about 230 square km and is located

    on the western tip of Cyprus. It is an area of great natural beauty unaffected by development.

    The uniqueness of the area for Cyprus, and for the whole of the Mediterranean, is centered on

    its precious ecology. The diversity of flora and fauna living in this relatively small area is truly

    impressive. Rare endemic plants grow there and foxes, snakes and other reptiles as well as many

    types of migratory birds live in Akamas or use it in their movements.

    In addition to its species habitats, the area is also important because of its diverse community

    habitats. Some of these are: Pine and juniper forests, Maquis forest, Gorges, Sand dunes, Cliffs etc.

    Agios Georgios at Pegeia, 1.4km from Azzurro Luxury Homes, is a famous place of pilgrimage

    in the Pafos (Paphos) region in the west of Cyprus. Three early Christian Basilicas and a bath,

    all 6th century, were excavated in the early 1950s. Later excavations revealed an extensive

    unwalled settlement that occupied the neck and the south slope of the cape in the Roman and

    early Christian periods.

    There is a small chapel founded in the late 13th early 14th century also named after Agios

    Georgios. The stone - built church of Agios Georgios was built around 100 years ago. Agios

    Georgios is still today a traditional working fishing village where you can sample the fresh catch

    in the local fish Traverna.

    The popular resort of Coral Bay 4 km from Azzurro Luxury Homes, provides all the facilities for

    a perfect holiday in the sun. The resort centre is lined with shops, bars and restaurants offering

    a choice of both Cypriot and international cuisine. Down on the beach, the shallow waters are

    wonderful for bathing and water sports. The ancient capital of Paphos is a short drive or bus ride

    away with an array of historical sites, as well as livelier nightlife. Close by, the charming village of

    Peyia offers the perfect place to sample Greek Cypriot meze in a traditional taverna.

    Lara Beach some 1.4km fromAzzurro Luxury Homes is possibly the most naturally beautiful

    bay in Cyprus. This long, shingly stretch of coast is totally free of development, so the only sounds

    youll hear are the crashing of waves and the calling of wild birds. This makes Lara Beach a breath

    of clean, cool, fresh air.

    Only Monk Seals and Turtles populate this wilderness which has been preserved specifically for

    their protection every year the beach is entirely closed off for the breeding season, so make sure

    you time it right! If you need relief from the croads, this is best place to find it. Lara Beach offers

    crystal waters and spectacular, unspoilt scenery.

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  • welcome to azzurro luxury homes

    PeyiaThe village of Peyia, 2.5km from Azzurro Luxury Homes, lies on the south western tip of the lovely island of Cyprus and is probably one of the most colourful and interesting villages on the island!

    Whilst the original Peyia village was a small, stone built community of farmers whose crops were mainly bananas and oranges, Peyia has grown in strength to be the Municipality of Peyia, governing the area from Akamas Peninsular in the west to the edges of Paphos on the east side. Paphos is only 15 mins by road from Peyia village and Coral Bay resort is only a few minutes down the road.

    Today, Peyia retains its charms but has grown up to be a very vibrant and welcoming large village, whose population is a mix of many nationalities; the most of whom are Cypriot or UK ex pats! Peyia is developing into a thriving and enjoyable area in which to holiday or simply visit. Many tourists choose to stay in Peyia to enjoy a taste of traditional Cypriot welcome mixed with the many, more modern western ways they've become accustomed to. From joining the older Cypriot men enjoying backgammon and coffee in the Kafenes to visiting a very trendy wine bar, the village, Peyia has something for everyone.

    Set on a hillside, the views are magnificent, the people warm and friendly and the facilities first class! With beaches only 2 kms away, its no wonder that Peyia is fast becoming first choice for holidaymakers looking for quality, culture and value for money.

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    Peyia

  • one of the leaders in Property Develop-

    ment, was founded in Paphos 1998 with

    the passion to build only the best. The

    main objective of the company is to cre-

    ate a residential paradise, unique homes of

    distinction at prestigious locations. Qual-

    ity, location, attention to detail, personal-

    ized customer service, competitive prices

    and flexible payment terms, are just some

    of the advantages of Azzurro Homes and

    the reason for being a preferred partner.

    Spectacular Sunsetsshare and enjoy unforgetable moments with your beloved

    Spectacular Sunsets

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    The Azzurro Homes Group,

  • share and enjoy unforgetable moments with your beloved

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    Through a methodical approach and

    with the high competency level of

    our team of engineers, lawyers and

    accountants, Azzurro Homes has

    developed a number of residential

    properties, all personalized and built

    with luxury specifications to meet

    the finest residential needs.

  • combines the traditional style of a Mediterranean villaswith all the modern essentials

    to create an ideal holiday getaway.

    Azzurro Luxury Homes

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  • located in a peaceful location within a short distanceof lovely fishing village of St George

    There you will find a quaint beach and a smattering

    of tavernas specialising in local cuisine.

    A simple and wonderful spot to relax and unwind,

    St George has a small, quiet shingle beach

    and a smattering of traditional Cypriot and fish

    restaurants. Just up from the bay is a series of

    natural rock caves, while to the North youll find

    the start of the vast and beautiful nature reserve

    Akamas Peninsula.

    Outside you will find your private swimming pool

    set in a paved terrace with grassed borders and

    a jacuzzi hot-tub, table tennis and professional

    barbecue, making these villas a popular choice for

    all. Photographs are of one of the properties within

    this small cluster of villas, therefore your allocated

    villa on arrival may differ slightly in design.

    Azzurro Village 1

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    Azzurro Village 1

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  • Play golf all year roundwonderful climate, stunning scenery and outstanding golf courses

    Play golf all year round

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  • wonderful climate, stunning scenery and outstanding golf courses

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  • The popular resort of Coral Bay, providesall the facilities for a perfect holiday in the sun.

    The resort centre is lined with shops, bars and restaurants

    offering a choice of both Cypriot and international cuisine.

    Down on the beach, the shallow waters are wonderful for

    bathing and water sports.

    The ancient capital of Paphos is a short drive or bus ride away

    with an array of historical sites, as well as livelier nightlife.

    Close by, the charming village of Peyia offers the perfect place

    to sample Greek Cypriot meze in a traditional taverna.

    Azzurro Village 2

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  • Azzurro Village 2

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