Paphos, Peyia - St. George
Much like the Sea Caves, this area is also considered to be a highly luxurious and prestigious option, having so much beauty at your doorstep and the sea and forest within walking distance it is understandable.
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 retaining its secludity.
The difference between this area and Sea Caves is that St. George has a commercial street with lots of busy restaurants and beaches and of the famous resort of Cap St. Georges, a luxurious retreat for eclectic travellers and locals.
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).
St. George area of Peyia being situated on the west just after Sea Cavers, has the benefit of always enjoying the most beautiful sunsets the island has to offer, this is an area with excellent crystal blue waters one can scuba dive into and explore the endless sea surrounded by lovely nature and well-known restaurants and hotels. For the more adventurous this is a spot easily accessible to the Akamas Peninsula where you can choose to hike to from the nature trail, take a buggy to or even a boat ride. Another nature trail that should be high on ones list also includes the Avakas Gorge trail, one of the most beautiful natural wonders of the Paphos region. This is located within Pegeia state forest with the end of the trail located inside the gorge. It follows the course of the Avgas River, from where the gorge gets its name and resulted from constant erosive activity on the erodible, sloping limestone rocks composed of loams, chalks, reef and grain limestone and bentonitic clays.
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