Paphos, Aphrodite Hills
This is a lovely resort to own a home if you appreciate luxury, golf and beautiful scenery since it proves to be a popular choice for those that need to drive to other towns a lot. Between 2018-2019 there were a whopping 99 properties sold in this area including apartments and villas. There were 40 sales of apartments ranging from 110,000 Euros for a one bed apartment and going up to almost 300,000 Euros for a 3 bedroom apartment. There were 30 luxury villas sold with an average price exceeding 500,000 Euros (Half a million euros) with several sales between 1,200,000 Euros (1.2m Euros) to 2,300,000 Euros (2.3m). Price difference for renting is approximately 27% higher for renting at the moment. This is only a 20-minute drive to Limassol, while only a 10 minute one to Paphos.
Aphrodite hills, going towards Limassol is considered to be the mythical birthplace of Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty. In antiquity, two locations were called Paphos: Old Paphos, today is Kouklia, and New Paphos due to its vast historical importance. People that seek to own a home here are attracted by the luxurious lifestyle this resort has to offer, it being one of the most prestigious areas to own a house in in the whole of Cyprus. While there are affordable options here, most properties are priced and sold in the millions making it an upper market area. It’s not hard to see exactly why, especially having one of the most scenic views to the sea and Aphrodites rock.
This is a popular spot for tourists of the area as it has a five-star resort that offers live musical events In the summer nights, an array shops and coffee shops and one of the most scenic views in Paphos.
Aphrodite Hills are known for their great five-star resort and golf course and high-end quality villas and apartments. Here you’ll find a myriad of facilities all at hand and Aphrodite’s Rock beach is just a short walk away. A local myth is that any person who swims around the Aphrodite Rock will be blessed with eternal beauty due to the belief that this is where Aphrodite's birthplace was. (Similarly, the local version indicates that Aphrodite’s Rock is a part of the lower body of Uranus. This legend says that Cronus ambushed his father and cut him with a scythe, making the rocks a symbol of his lower body parts. )
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