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Pyla Village Resort


Pyla Village Resort is located next to the old village of Pyla approximately 20 kms north west of Larnaca. It is just 15 minutes from  Larnaca airport by car or taxi.  To help find your way to Pyla Village Resort, click on the following links: Instructions , Map

Visit the 'Information' page for suggested travel companies that we use personally for hiring cars and booking low cost flights.

Pyla Village resort is wheel chair friendly.  Lifts in each block are spacious. Each block on the ground floor and the pool area has a toilet and outside showers.


Rural resort with secluded central area

Rural location amid the fields Central Area

Gated Entrance and Block A on the left as you enter the resort

entrance gates Block A

Tennis may be played up to 9.30 in the evering

Tennis Court tennis at night

The pool is central to the resort with plenty of loungers

pool pool at night

The Childrens' Playground

playground pool at night

Wheel-chair friendly

toilet lift

Maintained grounds

vegetation central area

Local Attractions

 

Pyla Village

Pyla Village is a 5 to 10 minute stroll. Pyla Village is unsual by the fact that you have two communities living side by side. Both the Turkish Cypriots and the Greek Cypriots are pleasant people to speak to as a tourist the two communities have their differences and tolerate one another. The fact that there are two distinct communities becomes vary apparent when you see the respective flags fylying above some buildings; the two schools for example. Beisdes the national flags you will come across Turkish spelling. Photography in the village (and Buffer Zone) is sensitive. The villagers do not like to have photogrpahs of them or their village taken and the UN Police have to respect that and will warn you if found found taken photographs. Lots of visitors have taken photographs in the pase and even someone has posted a video on Youtube. If you want to see what Pyla is like and to save you taking photographs of the village when staying at Pyla Village Resort you can look at a gallery of photographs by clicking here.

Pyla Village is a quiet village with a few shops and bars. You can catch the bus from here to Larnaca or wait near the Turkish Infants School close to the supermarket.

Coast/Beach

Pyla Beach is a 5 min drive down the road, this is local award-winning blue-flag beach, where food and refreshments are available. Larnaca Beach is 15 min drive and here you can sample water-sports. Mackenzie Beach is approx 1Km from Larnaca airport. The famous Nissi Beach is a 30 minute drive away. Fly-fishing can be done at the local Marina where you can also hire boats and take boat excursions.

 

Golf

Golf course is being constructed and is within a 25 minute drive.

 

Skiing

During the winter skiing is available at the Troodos Mountains which is approx 90 minutes away. You will be able to hire ski equipment and there is an area for sledging. You can ski in the morning and relax on the beach in the afternoon.

 

Travel

Car hire isn't essential but highly recommended (taxis and car hire available at airport). Larnaca Airport is a 15 min drive away. From 1 May - 31 October there will be a shuttle bus service from Pyla Palms village down to Pyla beach and shops - also goes on to Larnaca and back - an evening service also available. Distances:
Aiya Napa is 30km. Troodos Mountains is approx 90 min (or less) drive. Orkilini is a 5 min drive and Pyla Village is a 4-7 min walk.

 

Further details

Activities include: water-park, camel park, horse-riding and pony trekking park, quad biking, shopping and paint-balling, and more! Banks are on the Dhekilia road which also homes many restaurants, shops and bars. As you can see Cyprus has lots to offer and enjoy yourself and relax!

 
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