Paphos, Kissonerga

This is a very popular place for both locals and British expats, partly for its convenience of it being so near to the beach while still enjoying all the benefits of being nearby town. The drive to the town center is conveniently just under 10 minutes, while Peyia village is also 10 minutes away in the other direction.

The Paphos Marina is to be built at Potima bay and is meant to be between just before Coral Bay, when finally built, the marina will have a capacity of 1,000 berths for boats and will be located in Potima Bay in Kissonerga in an area 155,000 square metres. 

A popular project here is Kissonerga beach holidays, Venus Gardens, and Akamantis of Leptos estates.   

There is a mixture of what kind of properties are in demand in this area, having in mind that in 2018-2019, 30 apartments have been sold and 19 villas which is a considerable amount of properties considering the size of the village and the  properties that are available on the market. 

This is an area where more affordable properties can be found in comparison to the center of Paphos and Coral bay, depending on the view and size of it of course. 

General Info:

Kissonerga is a village just 8 killometers down north from Paphos to the coral bay main road.  In 1980 this village had a population of just 800 people, but since then its flourished with many hotels on the coastal part of the road, and up in the village you’ll find many restaurants, bookshops, a couple of banks, and sweet little coffee shops. This is a very friendly looking and warm village that feels welcoming. The long stretch of banana plantations starts from here, going up to Peyia giving it a characteristic tropical look, along with the famous sandy beach that is known to surfers of Cyprus for having good waves making it a great place for surfing (not many available in Cy)) Walking through the streets you encounter many historical monuments, also the main street running through Kissonerga is named after Christos Miltiadous Kkelis, a national Cypriot fighter that fought and fell for his cause in 1955-59. 

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