Peyia - Sea Caves

Paphos, Peyia - Sea Caves

Buying in the Sea Caves area is considered to be highly prestigious as there are not that many villas available in comparison to other areas of Peyia 

Prices here range in the millions, usually what we find here are detached villas with large plots due to low building density this is also why we don’t see apartments in the making. A large part of the Sea Caves is agricultural which means this area will not be densely built. 

General Info:

Peyia is a town siuated in the steep slopes of the coastal hills of Coral bay. The origin of the name Pegeia, is said to derive from the Latin word Baia (Bay) due to the close proximity of Coral Bay (Maa).  

One of Peyias characteristics are the stunning panoramic views you get almost from every area you’re in as it is built on a hillside, either it’s mountain views or sea. The long stretch of sandy beaches, and the largest banana plantations in Cyprus. 
To the north of the village you’ll find a lovely protected forest named Pikni, a popular place for pic-nics. And just a short drive away from the stunning Akamas peninsula. 

The sea caves of Peyia is situated just after coral bay on the coastline. This is a place of remarkable untouched nature many dream to own a home in. Its eroded rocks forming into amazing caves and stone lodges and sculptures across the sea front make it a beautiful place to visit or live in permanently with its welcoming community and magnificent views. Being merely a 20-minute drive from Paphos and a minute drive from Coral Bay, it is the perfect balance between the serenity of the sea as well as the night-life and bustling atmosphere of a city or town 

Here you will also find the famous Edro shipwreck many tourists and locals love to go and view with the backdrop of a guaranteed beautiful sunset, while enjoying a cocktail or plate of food at the most popular dining place of the areaOniro by the sea, that is highly recommended by trip advisor 

It’s always fun to guess what had happened exactly to the ship that was on its way from Greece to Syria with a full cargo of timber, as many like to share different stories and opinions.  


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