Accessed via a shaded private courtyard, the villa’s sky-high glass walls fill the open spaces with sunlight, the sunken living room’s 4.5m-high ceilings serving to enhance light and volume. Available in three-bedroom layouts, indoor/outdoor living is prioritised; the kitchen seamlessly extending on to a large deck surrounding a private plunge pool, perfect for lounging, entertaining and dining al fresco.
Enjoying views as vast as they are captivating this resort celebrates its surroundings, with inspired Mediterranean architecture, dedicated service and a liberating sense of space. Views and vistas are perhaps the most distinctive feature, with the resort possessing expansive and dramatic views of the Troodos Mountain range, which despite great distance is completely uninterrupted. In fact, the resort enjoys 360-degree panoramic views which also extend over the city of Paphos to the Mediterranean Sea.
The architecture focuses on indoor-outdoor living, with floor to ceiling windows framing the views. The vernacular design provides natural ventilation and creates airy open-plan interiors, while large outdoor areas designed for alfresco living feature spacious terraces, outdoor fireplaces and infinity pools. Inspiration was drawn from traditional Mediterranean architecture, characterised by open spaces, water features and private courtyards. Reflecting Cypriot character and style, they incorporate traditional stone and rich wooden detail. By engaging these elements with a luxurious modern edge, the designers have achieved exquisite timeless designs which fully exploit their spectacular setting.