Prodromi Town House

Listing ID: ID-PRODROMI-1
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Plot Size: 105 m²
Living Area: 93 m²
Terrace: 25 m²
Parking: Private Covered
Heating: Provision for Air conditioning
Built in: 2010
June 19, 2015

Description

A very spacious two bedroom, one bathroom terraced house with communal pool and underground parking in the secluded village of Prodromi in Polis area.
The complex consists of seven 2 bedroom terraced houses and six 1 bedroom apartments and it is beautifully located with sea and mountain views with just a short distance from the popular town of Polis (800m) with its many small shops, cafes and restaurants and close to the beautiful fishing village and beach of Latchi (2km).

Title Deeds: Available

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Additional Features

  • Communal Swimming Pool
  • Covered Garage
  • Mountain Views
  • Provision for Air Condition
  • Sea Views
  • Terrace

MORE INFORMATION

Description of The village

After traveling north from Paphos for about 45 minutes you’ll arrive at the small town of Polis. This ancient town was built thousands of years ago and was known in Hellenistic and medieval times as Arsinoe. Re-christened again as Polis Chrysochous, the name in Greek means Golden Town and this may stem from the gloriously sandy beach that you’ll find here. From this European Blue Flag beach, the coast stretches west to the Akamas peninsula.

Prodromi village is just 800m from Polis town and 2km from the lovely fishing village of Latchi. Polis is the least developed beach resort in the Paphos area and offers easy access to the varied landscapes. Here you will find crystal clear waters set against a backdrop of rugged mountains and lush, green vegetation. If they’re not somehow linked with the tourism industry, the inhabitants’ income is supplemented by agriculture and fishing.

Talking of fishing, the picturesque fishing port of Latchi (Latsi) is a place you must visit if you like fishing. Or you can walk from the campsite at Polis all the way along the beach to Latchi. It may take a while but with frequent stops along the way for swimming, you can end your journey with a fantastic fish supper watching the sun set over the Akamas or over the sea.