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This exclusive development is located in Alaminos village, 28 kilometers from the city of Larnaca, in a prime location with excellent view of the Mediterranean. It is 800 metres from the beach on the south coast of the easternmost island of the Mediterranean, between the villages Agios Theodoros and Mazotos. It is at walking distance from the seashore, 20 minute drive from Larnaca airport, 25 from Nicosia, 35 from Limassol and 15 from Tersephanou future Golf course.
The complex comprises of ten luxury three bedroom two stories villas varying from 170m2 to 220m2 covered area, in large plots from 450m2 to 750m2 area each.
The villas have spacious living areas on the ground floor with a well laid out kitchen and open plan lounge/dining room. All three bedrooms are large with build-in cupboards and have terrace.
Alaminos village is a small community with population of 300 people. The village appears marked as Alamino in old maps. Its name was considered of French origins and was erroneously related by several researchers to the monastery of St. George “Alamanos”, where “Alamanos” is of mediaeval origins. Crossing the community you will travel through narrow, picturesque alleys, which provide a different dimension of the landscape, through the imposing presence of the old, traditional houses that are ridden in green and flowers. Most houses, almost untouched and without any alteration, witness the rich history of the place.
The City of Larnaka
The town of Larnaka is built over the ancient city kingdom of Kition, a rich sea port and major centre of the copper trade and later a Phoenician stronghold. Its remains can be seen today in its cyclopean walls made of giant blocks of stone and a complex of 12th century BC Mycenaean Greek temples.
Larnaka was the second home of St. Lazarus, who lived here after his resurrection and later became its first Bishop. The impressive 10th century Church of St Lazarus in the centre of the town was built over the saint’s tomb and is one of the finest examples of Byzantine architecture in Cyprus.
Stroll along the palm-lined sea-front promenade, known as “Phinikoudes”, and indulge in some people-watching at one of the many pavement cafes or restaurants. The nearby marina is a favourite haunt for a friendly community of local yacht owners as well as yachtsmen from all over the world.
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