€1,500 /month
Tombs of The Kings Kato Paphos
Ground Floor Apartment
2 Bedrooms
92m² Covered
- Plot

Ground Floor Apartment FOR RENT
in Paphos, Kato Paphos - Tombs of The Kings
REF. NO. 21313

Royal Seacrest F - G6

The apartment  located next to the University 

Royal Seacrest is a lovely complex located in the heart of Paphos, within walking distance from all amenities and the main sandy beaches. This two-bedroom apartment is located on a ground floor area and benefits with the private veranda, dining table and an easy access to the communal swimming pool. Free on-site parking is available.

As you enter the property you will find the open plan living area with comfortable sofa, coffee table, wireless internet, a flat-screen TV and a dining table and chairs comfortably seating 4.

Adjacent to this living area you will find fully equipped kitchen offering a fridge/freezer, oven, cooker, kettle, toaster, washing machine, extractor hood, coffee machine and microwave. The glass sliding doors of the living room lead to furnished small terrace which is face the inner area with swimming pool.

Double bedroom has spacious closet and two bedside tables with lamps, dressing table and own bathroom. Other room has two single beds. In the small corridor is located a guest bathroom.

The living area and bedrooms are equipped with an air conditioning unit for both cooling and heating. 


Furnishing Fully
Pets Allowed
Swimming Pool Communal
Parking -
Air Conditioning
Airport: 15 min drive
Barbeque Area
Beach: Walking distance
Communal swimming pool
En suite bathrooms
Fully Furnished
Gated Community
Golf: 15 min Drive
Guest toilet
Master Bedroom
Open Kitchen
Pets Allowed
Private parking (uncovered)
Town: Walking distance

Kato Paphos - Tombs of The Kings, Paphos

The world famous ‘Tombs of the Kings’ form part of the Archaeological Park of Kato Pafos (Paphos) - one of the most important archaeological sites of Cyprus that has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list since 1980.

The monumental underground tombs are carved out of solid rock and date back to the Hellenistic and Roman periods.

Rather than kings, it is actually high-ranking officials and aristocracy that were buried here, but the size and splendour of the tombs – some decorated with Doric pillars - gave the locality its grand name.

Some of the tombs imitate the houses of the living, with the burial chambers opening onto a peristyle atrium. They are like tombs found in Alexandria, demonstrating the close relations between the two cities during the Hellenistic period.

The ‘tombs of the kings’ area have also become a hotspot for investment and residential properties of all budgets, since the early 2000s anyone wanting to enjoy a Mediterranean lifestyle and be close to the hub of Kato Paphos often choose this place to live.

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