Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Single Family Homes
A premium and serene beachfront development in Cyprus, the project is located in the most beautiful part of the island near the Akamas Peninsula. Beginning at the entry porch, the villa’s horizontal axis traverses the garden and house to finish at the pool deck. A central chamber forms the villa’s vertical axis and connects the three living levels. The serene stillness of the lower ground floor merges with filtered daylight spiraling down from the upper floors, creating an atmosphere both tranquil and inspiring.
Characterised by fresh air and sunlight, the spacious homes are set within exceptionally large, fully landscaped plots, all with distinctive designs, floor to ceiling windows and large terraces. Interiors combine contemporary elegance with traditional Cypriot simplicity.
Unique swimming pools form dramatic centrepieces, while verandas, sundecks and barbecue areas are carefully positioned to suit changing moods and different times. Gardens are individually landscaped to enhance the innate character of each villa, with native trees - olive, carob and cypress - mingling effortlessly with indigenous flowers and herbs to exhale the unmistakable scent of Cyprus.
It’s just a 40-minute drive from Pafos International Airport to the quiet resort of Polis on the north-west coast of Cyprus. Carry on a few kilometres and you’ll come to the charming marina of Latchi, with its waterfront tavernas and picturesque beach.A leisurely stroll from Latchi takes you past olive groves and lush meadows to the most sought-after beachfront location on the island: a heart-shaped development gazing out over the bay.The sea is calm in this vast, turquoise amphitheater, but the beach is so close you can still hear the gentle breaking of the waves. The views, always breathtaking, are at their most spectacular come sunrise and sunset.Here, the best of Cyprus is just outside your door. Close by is the majestic Akamas Peninsula, a protected national park of pine and juniper forests, rugged cliffs, winding trails and blue lagoons.The mythical meeting place of Aphrodite and her lover Adonis, the peninsula is home to an extraordinary variety of flora and fauna – 600 different plant species and over 100 different types of birds, mammals and reptiles – as well as one of the few remaining breeding grounds for green and loggerhead turtles. Beaches abound, with crystal-clear waters and sheltered coves promising some of the best scuba diving in the Mediterranean, excellent sailing and sea fishing, and the exhilarating pleasures of jet skiing, windsurfing or parasailing.