3 bed Flat / Apartment For Sale

Pegeia Hills, Pegeia, Cyprus


Property Description

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Sea Views
  • White Goods & A/C Unit
  • Furniture Package
  • Covered Parking
  • Sun Terrace
  • Storage
  • Communal Pool
  • Roof Garden
  • Close To Pegeia Centre

Pegeia Hills is a collection of three bedroom apartments in an impressive series of exclusive resort residences, set in a much sought after location with prime investment potential.


Elegantly located in the fertile hills of the traditional town of Pegeia, the properties delight in pleasant sea and country views whilst each apartment also offers open living spaces and relaxing sun terraces.

Comfort and style are our paramount considerations which is why we have incorporated covered parking, elevators, individual storage for each apartment, roof terraces with panoramic views, stone and glass balcony into our design.

Residents enjoy the use of their large communal swimming pool and reap the rewards of a peaceful and tranquil environment within the charm of quiet living and amazing sunsets to enjoy.

Key Features;

3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
White goods
A/C units
Furniture package
Covered parking
Sun terrace
Communal pool
Roof garden
Gated project
Unobstructed sea views
Walking distance to central Pegeia


Pegeia is a town in the Paphos District of Cyprus, situated mainly on the steep slopes of the coastal hills inland from Coral Bay, at the southern end of the Akamas Peninsula, and it lies 14 km north of Paphos. It has a large population of British ex-pats and a growing number of holiday homes and apartments. A town hall, church, police station and several small shops, restaurants and banks, can be found in the centre of the town. Due to its hillside, location many parts of the town benefit from views over Coral Bay and Paphos.

Pegeia actually covers a large area stretching from the Pegeia Forest on the hills high above the village in the north, to the sea in the south, and from the Bay of Maa in the east to the Akamas Peninsula in the west. However, the name is used more frequently in respect to the town.

Pegeia, like many other towns in the Paphos region, sports a large number of cafes and restaurants along the main road of Coral Bay. More places to eat are being built on the next road in, to the east of the main strip, suggesting there is no shortage of demand. These range from taverns, meze houses and traditional cafes, to themed restaurants hosting, for example, Cypriot nights. The next significant town is Kathikas, which again has an impressive range of eateries, as well as the local Winery.

The town is serviced by butchers, a fish market and a bakery, in addition to the large supermarket Medical Clinic, 24h Ambulance service, Chemist, dentist clinic, Post Office, Bus Services, taxi etc.


Paphos of the past, one of the most powerful city-kingdoms in the Mediterranean, meets the luxurious resort of today. With all these benefits and the backdrop of one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, it is easy to see why many foreign nationals are setting up in Paphos.

Located on the southwest coast of the island, this region is sheltered from the north by the breath-taking Troodos Mountains and with its temperate climate; it is one of the healthiest in the whole of the Mediterranean. You can bask in sunshine all year round, whilst experiencing the warmth of welcoming people with a reputation for friendliness and hospitality.

The ideal area from which to enjoy the best that Cyprus has to offer.

International airports to Cyprus

Almaty: 4 hrs, 35 mins
Amsterdam: 4 hours
Dublin: 4 hrs, 30 mins
Dubai: 3 hrs, 30 mins
Kiev: 2 hrs, 55 mins
London: 4 hrs, 30 mins
Milan: 3 hours
Moscow: 3 hrs, 30 mins
Oslo: 5 hrs, 50 mins
Paris: 4 hrs, 30 mins
Tbilisi: 5 hrs, 15 mins*
Yerevan: 4 hrs, 35 mins*
Zurich: 3 hours

Local airports

Paphos 20 km (15 mins)
Larnaca 150 km (1hr 25 mins)


Steeped in antiquity

Travellers and traders have been drawn to Cyprus for centuries, attracted by its position at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa. Their legacy endures: the UNESCO city of Paphos offers an ancient harbour and countless mosaics, while classical Greek and Roman monuments, Byzantine and Latin churches, Venetian fortresses, castles and mosques and Neolithic ruins are scattered throughout the island. The goddess Aphrodite was born in Paphos; her famous bath lies in the nearby Akamas mountains.

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