“There hasn’t been much choice for buyers looking for well-designed premium properties before in Cyprus,” says Andreas Andreou from Cybarco, who adds of the appeal of this western corner: “The air is cooler and fresher here than Paphos and the beach is never busy, even in summer.” Dotted around the Akamas peninsula are attractive villages, set in lemon, almond and olive groves that will appeal to those seeking a quieter, traditional taste of Cypriot life – within easy reach of the coastline that is drawing the millionaires.
In Stroumbi village, seven minutes’ drive from the upmarket new golf development Minthis Hills (where chic modern villas cost from £900,000), you can buy a four-bedroom stone villa with a garden and moutain views for £372,000 through Cyprus Mediterranean Properties.
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The beautiful wilderness of the Akamas Peninsula, the westerly tip of Cyprus, covers six per cent of the island and is home to turtles, rare birds and butterflies.
Yet it is, so far, untapped by British buyers, who have the more traditional tourist areas further south – from Ayia Napa’s clubland on the east coast to Paphos, the popular winter sun destination, in the south west – firmly rooted in their affections. Although the national park on the Akamas peninsula itself can thankfully never be built on, it is the unspoilt coastline that skirts it on either side that is ripe for glamorous new properties.
The area is soon to be accessed by a new fast road from Paphos, due in 2011 and has steadily become a focus for boutique developers, who have begun to build striking beachfront homes on an island that has previously offered little to rival the multi-million pound offerings of the southern French or upmarket Balearic coastlines.
Exquisitely contemporary villas on these secluded stretches naturally come at a cost.
In Latchi, near the cliff top Anassa Hotel where billionaire Philip Green held his 50th birthday bash, the Akamas Bay Villas by Cybarco, the developers behind Cyprus’s five-star Aphrodite Hills sports resort, start at £1.48m.The accoutrements include split-level pools and front lawns that run down to the beach.Around the peninsula, nearer Paphos, is the similarly designer Cap St Georges Villa Club, with 50 sleek stone and glass villas overlooking the sea from £2.7m.Located in Schoeneberg, acama Hotel & Hostel Schoeneberg is within 2 miles (3 km) of popular attractions such as Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and Victory Column.This 72-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like coffee/tea in a common area and a 24-hour front desk.It's also close to Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie Museum. Guests of acama Hotel & Hostel Schoeneberg enjoy free Wi Fi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and a gift shop.