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Chloraka

If you are looking for a convenient location that has almost everything, then you might find Chlorakas will fit the bill. 

ChlorakasChlorakaSituated 3 kilometres north of Paphos, you will find this little gem of a village – which in the last few years has really become more of a small town.

Chloraka is perfect if you don’t want to travel far, because you can walk to almost everything you need. There are a variety of kiosks, supermarkets, tavernas, pubs, bakeries, banks, hairdressers, restaurants, take-aways, charity shops, doctors, dentists, florists, beauty salons, fruit markets, souvenir shops, churches and more – all within short distances of each other.

You also have the added convenience of all the main hospitals being nearby. And, if you have children, there are pre-school nurseries, local and international schools all in close proximity

What’s more, Chloraka is situated about 25 minutes from Paphos International Airport, and has easy access to the motorway, which leads to Limassol, Nicosia and Larnaca. 

Although it’s quite normal for temperatures in the summer to sometimes reach 35 degrees (mainly in July and August), in the winter this area is much warmer as it is closer to the sea. During this season, you will find that temperatures rarely drop below 10 degrees.

It also has the advantage of being on a bus route, which is great news for those of you who either don’t drive – or maybe just don’t want to anymore.

You will find it really easy to get to Paphos Harbour and the Castle Fort, visit the mosaics - or even take a stroll along the impressive new coastal walkways, as you are only 10 minutes away. And Coral Bay Beach is about the same distance too. Chlorakas is almost perfect, isn’t it?

And if you didn’t already know, it’s also close to the famous shipwreck – which is virtually opposite.

But who chooses to live here? Well, there are plenty of locals and expats living in Chlorakas, it’s very popular indeed. According to the Statistics Office, as at 2001 (the latest figures) Chlorakas had a population of 3,201. It has grown considerably since then, but really is in a little world of its own and fortunately, still hasn’t lost its traditional village feel.

Wandering round the tiny side streets, you’ll still see clay ovens being used to cook traditional meals like kleftiko (which is lamb cooked slowly for hours on end) - you really should try it if you haven’t already, it’s absolutely delicious. And there are countless quaint little shops, which really do go back in time and tend to sell everything imaginable!

Chlorakas has a very special charm and is a very popular place to live. 

With endless sea views from Coral Bay coast to Paphos Harbour, it’s no wonder it’s such a popular choice for both permanent residents and holidaymakers.

When you combine its location, convenience - and not forgetting the most incredible sunsets you can imagine - it’s no wonder so many people find it irresistible! 

 
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