Beautifully-restored stone houses, located in the traditional villages of Kalavasos and Tochni, are set amid rolling hills, with the magnificent Troodos Mountain range to the north and the Limassol Coast to the south. Each house is separated into four or more apartments and is situated in the heart of these picturesque villages, where winding streets lined with stone houses lead to a small square with a coffee shop, mini-market and choice of traditional taverns.

The apartments, comfortably furnished in traditional decor with local antiques, offer modern comforts such as air-conditioning, television, central heating (for winter stays) and hairdryers. They comprise a bedroom with a double bed, a bathroom with either a bathtub or a shower, an open-plan living room incorporating a fully equipped kitchen area and sofa bed, and a terrace or balcony to sit out on. Here we offer a familiar feeling in these nearby gathered apartments, where you can make your choice of self catering, B&B or half board or the choice of several taverns, all the tastes of food supply can be satisfied. Both villages are just a ten-minute drive from Governor's Beach, a long sandy bay offering good fish restaurants.

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In Kalavasos is our bike centre located with the renting service of both mountain bikes and road bikes. Kalavasos is a perfect base for mountain biking that the tracks starts just outside the village and the most of our guided tours starts from here. Also the road bike tours starts at the bike centre and many interesting routes winding away from here. For those not biking, there are some wonderful ways to get 'under the skin' of Cypriot life: you can participate in local crafts and traditions, perhaps trying your hand at making haloumi cheese, wine tasting or even, during the appropriate season, olive and fruit picking. There is also a good horse riding nearby. We are here.

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