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Holidays & Villas in Pomos, Cyprus

With a beautiful and surprisingly often unspoilt coastline and a mountainous interior, this third largest island in the Mediterranean is a kaleidoscopic blend of histories and cultures.
An island that is a world unto itself, Cyprus breathes the spirit of three continents and numerous empires. Ever since the New Stone Age, Europe, Africa and Asia have left their various marks, from the Pharoahs of Egypt to the Emperors of Rome, from Ottoman Sultans to Knight Crusaders and Venetian Doges, in a great spread of cultural treasures and antiquities.

The long coastline is studded with glorious beaches and small fishing villages, and holiday resorts have been established to cater for all tastes – a few less attractive than others. There remains, though, an abundance of small, relaxed locations that continue to offer the type of warm hearted, genial hospitality that typifies a Greek island holiday, with a sapphire sea, breathtaking scenery, delicious Mezes, and time to spare.

Away from the coast, it is as if you have passed into another century, with sleepy villages nestling in the spectacular Troodos Mountains, amidst goats, olive and lemon groves, and in springtime some of the most wonderful displays of wild flowers on earth.

Pomos

Beneath the wooded foothills of the Paphos mountains lies the large village of Pomos. Blessed with a variety of small coves, beaches and rock pools, and overlooked by volcanic crags and innumerable circling birds, Pomos is a restful delight.

A renowned sea-food restaurant, the Kanali, benefits from the fish caught from the newly-built harbour, and each September the International Cyprus Jazz Festival takes up residence. Pomos and nearby villages have a variety of restaurants, a short drive away.

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2-11

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under 2