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Sea Caves

Sea caves (near Peyia) is probably one of the finest, most affluent residential areas in the St George’s area (Agios Georgios) of Paphos and therefore one of the most expensive to live in.

It is an ideal place to have your home if you want peace, quiet and tranquility in a stunning setting right away from the crowds. 

And if you are a nature lover, then you will fall in love with the simply stunning rugged coastline, small sandy coves and of course, the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean. Sea Caves is close to the famous Akamas Nature Reserve, which is a protected area of outstanding natural beauty. You can even drive along a bumpy road to Lara Beach, famous for hatching turtles. 

Over the last few years, Sea Caves has changed dramatically. It was once just barren land, but is now home to some of the finest properties in Paphos ranging from luxury, high-end apartments to spectacular custom-built villas. Although beautiful, this area won’t suit everyone, due to its location and lack of immediate facilities.

Being rural, you will need to drive approximately 25 minutes to get to Paphos town where the main shopping areas are, 15 minutes to the Tomb of the Kings and 5 minutes to Coral Bay . The busy village of Peyia , where many expats live, is approximately 10 minutes drive away. 

The picturesque fishing harbour of St George’s is very close to Sea Caves. So if you like snorkelling or scuba diving and prefer a small sand and shingle beach, then this will be perfect for you. This small harbour has a couple of tavernas too, and is popular with both locals and tourists. 

If you have children, there is also a private international school in St George’s and a very good local school in nearby Peyia. There are other international schools about 25 minutes drive away.

At Coral Bay (about 4km away) and Peyia, you will find all the facilities you need, such as restaurants, local tavernas, supermarkets, petrol stations, night clubs, bars, hairdressers, bakeries, banks, doctors, dentists, post office, bus services and more. Hospitals are about 30 minutes drive from here.

An important point to consider is transport if you are considering living in Sea Caves. You will definitely need a car. Buses may eventually serve this area, but at the moment, you will need to go to nearby Coral Bay or Peyia - or else use taxis. 

What’s the climate like? Well, during the summer months, Sea Caves is hot and humid, but there is a constant sea breeze. In the winter, this coastal area is much warmer than the mountains. 

All in all, if you are the type of person who is looking for an upmarket, absolutely spectacular rural setting, plenty of space, peace and harmony - and not many neighbours - then this could be the perfect area for you.


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