Hot tub with stunning views
Hot tub with stunning views

Hot tub with stunning views
Hot tub with stunning views




This beachside split-level 4/5 bedroomed (up to 10 persons) Villa is perfectly situated just 300 meters from the lapping shores of the Mediterranean. In the upper to mid seasons, we accept 6 person bookings by isolating the lower level studio apartment.

The villa features direct access to the beach, coastal walks and a natural swimming harbour. Just 30 meters outside your front door is the complex private pool, suitable for all ages.

The Villas most stunning feature is its large, totally private, mature garden boarded by tall palm trees. Relax on the lawn on sun loungers and soak up the rays or read a book under the shade of the trees. The 8 people Hot Tub in the garden, positioned to catch the setting sun, enhances your holiday relaxation. In the evenings, garden lights create an indulgent ambiance, whilst you enjoy the starry skies of Cyprus.

The spacious covered terrace and BBQ facilitates all day alfresco dining, and the view at sunset is spectacular. 

Should you want to venture out, you are a five-minute walk away from local restaurants and shops.

The Villa is furnished to a high standard throughout, with a newly fitted modern kitchen serving the upper level facility. Huge windows in the master bedroom allow you to enjoy breath taking sea views whilst enjoying breakfast in bed.

The lower level boasts a self-contained spacious studio apartment with a modern kitchenette and bathroom, and sleeping for 4.

The Villa has air-conditioning throughout, free wifi, TV and a covered carport for keeping your car shaded during the day.




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Where are we..?


Chloraka (Greek: Χλώρακα) is a village in the Paphos District of Cyprus, 3 km (1.9 mi) north of Paphos.

The nearest Beach is 1-minute walk out of the bottom garden of the Villa and head to the sea. There is a small pebbly beach to the right and by the Vrachia Hotel there is a small sandy beach.There are 2 more beaches in Coral Bay, the original blue flag Coral Beach; a long beach with shallow water, great sand, beach bar, ice-cream, loos, showers, and music. You can hire umbrellas and deckchairs if you wish. Coralia Beach is next to the Coral Beach Hotel. A great little beach for little ones and excellent for crabbing!


A wide range of Watersportsis available from the beach in from of the Coral Beach Hotel, as well as on the original Coral Beach. There are Scuba Divingcenters on both beaches.


Horse ridingfor all levels between Coral Bay and Sea Caves is offered by Georges Ranch (+357 99 647790).


There are numerous Spaexperiences to be had close to Infinity Villa, and we have left some brochures in this booklet.


AGo-Karting track is available on the main road in Coral Bay, and there is a larger one in Paphos with smaller karts for younger children.


There are 4 local Golfcourses: Minthis Hills (20 minutes from Paphos); Secret Valley (18km away from Paphos towards Limassol); Aphrodite Hills on the other side of Paphos, and the new Nick Faldo course on the airport road. Check all of these out online.There is a new driving range and a 9-hole golf coursefor family fun situated next to Popadoms (Indian Restaurant) on the road to Paphos.






Restaurants in Coral Bay


We have placed a number of sample menus in this Welcome Booklet for your convenience.


Cypriot Cuisine:

Othellos Family Restaurant– set menus at good prices, great breakfasts and a Greek night (open March to December).


Phidias, next to Pizza Hut, has great value Cypriot taverna food. Friday night is Greek night and excellent. Book ahead.


Lekanto, has traditional menu with 21” kebab’s (enough for 2).  Their Jack Daniel ribs are famous!


International Cuisine:

Well represented in Coral Bay by: Ocean Basket (South African Fish Chain Restaurant), Coral Chinese (on the first floor above the Italian), Gold Temple (Indian/Chinese), Pizza Hut, Rio Grande Tex Mex, Sala Thai, Semisen (Japanese Tepenyaki,) Tratoria Lavigne (Italian)


The road towards Paphos has too many restaurants to mention on either side of the road.


Bars/Coffee Houses


Bars on the Coral Bay strip are Dionysus, Kleos Coctail Bar, Kikos Bar, Millenium Bar, Renegades, Zentos, Chalkies and Blazing Saddles. Explore Coral Bay to find your favourite!


Others not on the strip but in Coral Bay are the Frog and Toad (English), O’Solomons (Irish Bar), The Grand in Peyia, and Oneiro heading out of Coral Bay, but for this bar you will need a car. 


Again the road towards Paphos has numerous Bars and Coffee Shops, and it’s fun just to explore and find the one that you like best!




Many day trips and excursions by boat, coach or jeep can be booked in Coral Bay. Here are some you can do by car.


Latchi/Polis and Baths of Aphrodite a 35 mins drive straight past Peyia. Polis has a lovely square with bars and restaurants; Baths of Aphrodite are through Latchi, a short or longer walk up a hill to suit you. Strictly no bathing allowed. Latchi is a great water front town, famous for its harbor and fish restaurants. A good restaurant is FAROS where you get dips, Greek salad and fish all at great prices. The boats (Demetris or Koulla) for Latchi sail down the coast, stop for swimming, and wine on board offering a great day out. Latchi watersports are good, and a must is the Blue Lagoon with crystal clear water, and snorkeling.


Paphos Boat Trips from Paphos Harbouroffer family trips, half and full day cruises, Greek nights, fireworks etc.


Lara Bay is a fun excursion, but you do need a 4-wheel drive. This is still of the few places in the world where you could still see Green Turtles. There are mile after mile of unspoiled beaches. Try the Last Castle for food – no menu just pork/chicken souvla. Simple Cypriot food, with a spectacular setting and views.


Troodos Mountains and Kykkos Monasteryis a long 1.5 hours drive away, but has loads of interesting shops, views and wineries on the way. There are miles of woodland and Cedar valleys, past Mount Olympus where Cypriots ski in the Winter. Amazing villages, lost in time, can be explored, such as Omodhos, a traditional cobbled village. Kykkos Monastery is famous for it’s gold, gold and more gold! A strict dress code is in place to visit, so please cover-up, as you will not otherwise get in.


Curium, a small town near Limassol features an amazing am phi-theatre with old mosaics and is perched on a cliff overlooking stunning views. In late August/September the local wine festival is fun - cheap wine, music, and local food, buzzing with crowds of families.


Paphos Zooopened in 2003, and is constantly expanding. The highlight is a hilarious parrot and owl show, three times a day.


Paphos Aphrodite Water Parkis great for youngsters and a fun day out! All food/drinks must be purchased in the park.


Aphrodite Falls great swimming for older kids who can jump down a cliff from very high up! Situated between Peyia and Theletra. Not recommended for young children, as there are some big drops. The road can be very bumpy.


Shop in the new Mall, the biggest in Cyprus, on the road to Paphos. Many familiar brands to be found, a multiplex cinema, indoor and outdoor play centre, and various eateries.

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