Discover More about Cyprus
With an average of 320 days of sunshine a year, Cyprus really is the island of sun,
sea and love. The latter is due to Cyprus being the birthplace of Aphrodite the Greek
goddess of Love and sexual rapture, while the weather is thanks to its southerly
location at the gateway to the Middle East and Africa. Even the winters here are
mild compared with Europe and many expats have chosen to make their homes here.
Apartments and luxury self-catering villas to rent in south-east Cyprus
Here at Villas2Let, we have a wide range of apartments and luxury self-catering
villas to rent in all the main resorts, villages and towns along the south-eastern
coast. From beachfront properties on the resorts of Ayia Napa and Protaras
to the bustling town of Paralimni and secluded village locations, we offer a wide
portfolio of Cyprus holiday homes.
Cyprus has been inhabited since the Neolithic period and historians have accumulated
accurate data from as far back as 7000 BC providing details of a rich and diverse
culture that continues to the present day. From the Profitis Elias (Saint Elias) Church,
which is perched high above Protaras to the Medieval monastery of Ayia Napa, visitors
to the area don’t have to venture far to learn more about Cyprus, along with the
Islands rich heritage and history.
Living in Cyprus
While the Island remains a popular holiday destination with visitors from around
the world, it is also a great place to live and work. Still steeped in strong traditions
of culture and family life, the lifestyle the Island provides is typical of the laid-back
Mediterranean approach which continues to draw numerous people to live in
Cyprus. The Cypriot people are among the friendliest in the world and this
modern European state continues to extend unrivalled hospitality and the
warmest of welcomes to all.