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Pegeia
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Peyia 

Peyia, (also spelt “Pegeia”) is situated in the mountains, just north of the stunning Coral Bay area. Now known as a district, Peyia was once a small, scenic, traditional Cypriot village. 

So who lives here? Well, if you want to have your fellow countrymen around you, then Peyia could be the perfect place. These days, although there are still many locals, the community is now predominately ex-pats.

How many people live in Peyia? Well, the only figures confirmed were 2,362 as at October 2001 – which are a bit out of date! It’s difficult for us to assume how many residents there are now, but at the time of the last statistics, Peyia was a small village. Since then, it has expanded considerably.

So what’s Peyia like? Well, it has a great deal to offer. You will find restaurants, tavernas, supermarkets, butchers, bakeries, banks, florists, chemists, doctors - and more. It even has a pub. Although Peyia is only about a 20-minute drive from Paphos Town, you will definitely need a car to get around. And while there are flat areas, with an altitude of 212 metres some parts of Peyia are quite hilly and can be cooler in the winter.

Will you be living in Peyia with young children? If so, there is a local junior school with a very good reputation. Or, if you prefer private education, “The International School” or “The American Academy”, are about a 25-minute drive away. The local General Hospital is about the same distance. And, depending on where you live, Paphos International Airport is roughly an hour’s travel.

Facilities are always being added for the benefit of residents, so much so that Peyia will soon have its own Library and lecture hall. 

How about churches? Well, there are two main churches and six small chapels. And if you are thinking of getting married, Peyia is definitely one of the most popular places in Cyprus to tie the knot. On average, there are over 800 weddings performed a year.

Moving on, the nearby tourist area of Coral Bay area is stunning. The long, safe, blue flag beach has beautiful, golden sand and crystal clear waters. A wide range of water sports and activities are available too – there’s even a diving school. The nearby Akamas peninsular, one of the last unspoilt natural areas of Cyprus, has spectacular scenery. The beaches in this area are where the famous loggerhead and green turtles can be seen. 

Last but not least, the village next door to Peyia is called Kissonerga . Between them, they are known as “The Banana Capital of Cyprus.” So, if you’ve never tasted a local banana, you definitely should - just picked, they are small, very sweet - and absolutely delicious


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