Cyprus Holiday Villa

Villarama offers an excellent selection of villas for rent in Cyprus, all available direct from the owners.

It isn’t difficult to see why Cyprus has become an enduringly popular holiday destination for millions of people each year. The island’s Mediterranean location ensures year-round warm temperatures and clear-blue skies, while the coastline offers plenty of opportunities for serious sunbathing and more active water-sports.

Inland Cyprus wears a different set of clothes as the air cools and the topography is given over to forest-clad mountains, citrus groves and sleepy villages (providing the perfect antidote to the bustle of the coastal strip). In short the island really does have something for everybody; whether you want a detoxifying spa break in the mountains or are bent on punishing your liver in the neon bars and clubs of Ayia Napa.

Families with small children are equally as welcome and both the Greeks and the Cypriots are famed for their hospitality.The main summer tourist season stretches from mid-May to mid-October and you can expect high temperatures, cloudless skies and a welcome coastal breeze. In Summer you can expect an average of 11-12 hours of sunshine falling to around 7 hours in the Winter.

Paphos – City of Love

Paphos with its ancient mosaic floors and beautiful old harbour remains a popular destination for visitors to Cyprus. It is a coastal town in the southwest of Cyprus. In Antiquity two locations were called Paphos: Old Paphos and New Paphos. The currently inhabited city is New Paphos.

Paphos is the mythical birthplace of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love, and beauty, and the founding myth is interwoven with the goddess at every level. In Greco-Roman times Paphos was the island’s capital, and it is famous for the remains of the Roman Governor’s palace, where extensive, fine mosaics are a major tourist attraction. The Apostle Paul visited the town during the first century. The town of Paphos is included in the official UNESCO list of cultural and natural treasures of the world’s heritage.

Limassol – the city of fun and entertainment.

Limassol is famous in Cyprus for its festivals, like the Carnival and Wine Festival. The Limassol Carnival festival lasts for ten days. This festival is very old, going back to pagan rituals. With the passage of time it has acquired a different, purely entertaining character, with a large, popular following. The festival starts with the entrance parade of the King Carnival, followed by a fancy-dress competition for children. During the Carnival parade in the main streets, large crowds from all over the island gather to watch the floats with the serenade and other masqueraded groups. Many fancy-dress balls and parties take place at many hotels every night.

For those wishing to take out from parties the medieval castle of Limassol now serves as a medieval museum. You can view numerous exhibits: cannons, wood carvings of the 17th and 18th century, paintings and tombstones, statues, suits of armor, coins, terracotta, metalware and pottery, glass and marble articrafts.

Villa Holiday Balearics

The Balearic Islands is an autonomous community within Spain. The main city is Palma de Mallorca. The Balearics are made up of four major islands – Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera – surrounded by several small, rocky islets. Mallorca, the largest of the islands, is fringed with sparkling sandy beaches to the north and rocky coves and harbours along the south coast. The spectacular Serra de Tramuntana mountain range that makes up Mallorca’s spine tops out at 1445m Puig Major.

Luxuriating in that perfect-for-human-habitation Mediterranean climate, the Balearics enjoy a mild winter and fairly hot summer, which forces even the most reticent visitor to spend quality time along the coast. Temperatures average around 15°C (60°F) in the winter and 27°C (85°F) in the summer, keeping the temperature just about perfect for outdoor activities. The peak summer season in the Balearics sees average daily maximum temperatures up to a very warm 29 °C (85 °F) with a respectable average of 11hours of sunshine. Winter daytime average maximum temperatures in the Balearic Islands, peak at about 15 °C (59 °F), with about 5 hours of sunshine per day.

Villa Holiday Bulgaria

Bulgaria is in southeast Europe, where the climate is transitional between that of the Mediterranean and that of the plains of southern Russia. It has a coastline on the Black Sea and on the north the Danube forms the boundary with Romania.

The western and southern borders with Serbia and Montenegro and Greece respectively pass through mountainous country. Bulgaria has changed swiftly over the last decade, though in the villages you can still find folk who ride the donkey to work, eat homegrown potatoes and make their own cheese.

There are lots of things to appreciate like Bulgaria’s dramatic mountains, haven-like monasteries, churches, mosques, Roman and Byzantine ruins, and the excellent coffee you’ll be offered wherever you go. Bulgaria’s sun kissed beaches are the new hotspot for holidaymakers. With bargain deals and cheap food and drink, the country has recently been named one of the Top 10 international destinations.

Bulgaria’s stunning capital, Sofia, is great for weekend breaks and easily accessible from coastal airports for a beach holiday. But the real draw of the former Communist state is its 240-mile coastline known as the Black Sea Riviera. Bulgaria’s Black Sea resorts boast white sandy beaches, warm seas and temperatures that average 80F (26C) during the summer.

Bulgaria has a temperate climate, with cold damp winters and hot dry summers. Spring (April to mid-June) is a good time to visit, with mild and pleasant weather and a host of cultural events taking place. Summer (mid-June to September) has reliable weather, perfect for hiking and outdoor festivals. The ski season begins in mid-December and can last until April. Daily hours of sunshine range from about two in January to as much as ten in midsummer.

Villa Holiday Malta

The Republic of Malta consists of Malta, Gozo, Comino and two small-uninhabited islands, and is situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. In Malta, you’ll explore 7000 years of history yet live passionately in the present. You’ll span the millennia with an astonishing array of things to discover. And wherever you go, the Islands’ scenery and architecture provide a spectacular backdrop.

The colours are striking. Honey-coloured stone against the deepest of Mediterranean blues. The Maltese Islands have been described as one big open-air museum. What makes them unique is that so much of their past is visible today. Delve into the Islands’ mysterious prehistory, retrace the footsteps of St Paul or see where the Knights of St John defended Christendom.

But Malta is no regular museum. Here life is lived to the full, so make time for some living history and action. Visit locations where Oscar-winning blockbusters were filmed or go off the beaten track into ancient villages. Marvel at the fireworks and revelry of the summertime fiestas and enjoy a packed calendar of events all year round. Malta has a very sunny climate with an average of 5 – 6 hours of sunshine a day in midwinter and over 12 hours a day in mid-summer.

holiday villas to rent in Costa del Sol Spain direct

Rent villas and apartments in Costa del SolThe Costa del Sol stretches along just over 150 kilometres of Málaga province and is one of Spain’s most popular tourist destinations. The area’s mild climate is the root attraction that makes it possible to enjoy the beaches and a wide variety of outdoor activities year round. 

Eastern Costa del Sol

Fabulous private villas Eastern Costa del Sol This is the the 54 kilometre stretch of coast to the east of Malaga city (the capital of Málaga province). Though highly developed from a property point of view, it is not anything like the property development on the western Costa del Sol.

From Malaga eastwards there are cliffs of up to 200 meters where the Sierra Almijara joins the sea. This section ends at a place called Mara, on a coastal plain. It has an urban landscape surrounded by traditional agriculture.

Enjoy a private villa with pool in Nerja. It is the most important urban centre on this end of the coast and has grown rapidly. Much of the eastern Costa del Sol’s accommodation for tourists is found in Nerja, which is surrounded by tourist pueblos. This town also has one of this area’s main tourist attractions – the Nerja Caves, a spectacular find that is open to the public and that hosts an annual music and dance festival within its famous caverns. At the foot of Nerja town a winding footpath joins several coves and there are some nice beaches to be found in this area.

Western Costa del Sol

This is the 100km of coastline that begins at Malaga city and stretches westward all the way to the border of Cádiz province. This part of the coast is highly developed in terms of both property and infrastructure and it attracts an important percentage of Spain’s international tourism. Communications revolve around Malaga International Airport (8 km west of the city) and the N340 backbone coast highway. In the middle of the Costa the greatly improved district road from San Pedro de Alcantara inland to the historic town of Ronda is the most important inland connection.

Wherever you go your sure to find a fabulous holiday rental in Spain

 

villa in Estepona

Costa del Sol, Spacious villa beside the beach and surrounded by top golf courses!! Walking distance of restaurants, cafes and cheerful night life!!

Holiday villa near the town of Estepona and San Pedro. The property sleeps 4-10. Spacious Villa beside the beach and surrounded by top golf courses!!! Walking distance of Minimarket, Restaurants, cafes and cheerful Nightlife…..
villa 38 has two bedrooms en suite and two twin-bedded rooms sharing a large shower room. Two extra full-size beds provide accommodation for ten people. Very well stocked kitchen and the sitting room has fireplace and dining table. A second table for terrace dining and easy chairs and sun-loungers. Windsurfers and pedallos for hire on the beach. Horse riding nearby.Two Local shops in El Saladillo and Supermarket over the footbridge.
Summary Information
Bedrooms 1 double + 3 twins
Wash Rooms 1 shower room + 1 en-suite bathroom + 1 en-suite shower room
Reception living area seats 10 & dining area seats 10.
Top Golf Location Ten golf courses from La Duquesa to Nueva Andalucia – all within half an hour of the Villa. Los Flamencos is five minutes from the villa and El Paraiso. Atalaya Park and Guadalmina a few kilometers along the A7.
in the kitchen leisure items general items items outdoors local activities
  • hob
  • oven
  • microwave
  • fridge
  • freezer
  • dish washer
  • iron & board
  • toaster
  • coffee maker
  • food processor
  • juicer
  • liquidiser
  • hot plate
  • TV
  • satellite TV
  • board games
  • books
  • sand pit
  • washing machine
  • room heaters
  • house linen
  • free standing fans
  • terrace
  • garden
  • barbecue
  • washing line
  • parking
  • patio/garden furniture
  • carport
  • golf
  • sailing
  • water sports
  • windsurfing
  • cycling
  • tennis
  • walking
  • parascending
  • horse riding
  • jet ski
  • theme park
  • sports complex
  • trekking
  • snorkelling
  • swimming
  • bird watching
  • flora & fauna
  • sea fishing

Rental Costs

Rental Season     January – December

Currency Units     Property cost per week (GB pounds)

March/April     £330

Easter/ May/ June     £440

July/ August/ September     £650

October / March     £300

More Local Information

El Saladiloo is a small development – 10 miles from Marbella. Ten top golf courses are withing half an hour’s drive (Los Flamingos is opposite our entrance) and the large sandy beach is within 100 yards! The villa is set in 1000 square meters of lawns, shrubs and flowers and is fenced all round. Cafes on the beach and restaurants within easy walking distance. Puert Banus and Gibraltar are along the coast. There is a good bus service along the main road. Local nightlife suitable for young people and easy to meet new friends. Information from Tel:+44 (0)28 9064 0319

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Fifteen minutes to the east is Marbella and Puerto Banus with The fabulous Corte Ingles – Selfridges of Spain! To the west is Tarifa – the windsurfing capiltal of the world and, nearer, Gibraltar (and the apes!) Inland are the Sierras Bermajas with lovely wild flowers and rugged mountain scenery.

Open-air markets such as the one held on a Saturday morning at the Bull Ring at Puerto Banus or down at Estepona Puerto on a Sunday morning are well worth a visit. Easter Parades, wine festivals and travelling fiestas all add to the holiday atmosphere. Places like Ronda and Mijas welcome visitors and are proud to show off their towns.

Teenagers staying in El Saladillo have found the ‘Robin Hood’ a great centre to meet English speaking friends. it seems to be the ‘in’ place to gather of an evening and it is within walking distance of the villa – either along the beach or along the mainroad – going east.

Holidays Thailand

Enjoy a family holiday in Phuket

Rent a Villa in Thailand with its fabulous beaches, sumptuous sunsets and great food. There is something for everyone here from family holidays to romantic breaks. Enjoy a family holiday in a selection of private villas in Phuket and more. Try the Moorings consisting of 10 luxury private villas set in an exclusive beach front location in the south of Phuket Island.

Also noteworthy try luxury villas on the island of Koh Samui near the town of Maenam in the small village of Santi Thani, Ban Tai. Located on the gentle slopes of the exclusive hillside village of Santi Thani on the north of the island just a 10 minute walk through landscaped gardens leads to a beautiful palm fringed beach with spectacular sunset views where you will discover several quiet bars and restaurants. There is a gym two minutes away for the use of residents and guests. A beautiful 18 hole golf course, said to be one of the top ten courses in Asia, is ten minutes away.

Villa Holiday Caribbean

The Commonwealth of Caribbean islands make up a large subcomponent of the hundreds of islands in the Caribbean Sea, forming a wide arc between Florida in the north and Venezuela in the south. Varying considerably in size, the islands, which are the isolated upper parts of a submerged chain of volcanic mountains, are scattered over thousands of square kilometres of sea.

Staying in the Caribbean leads to sunny, hot days on beautiful beaches and warm nights with soft breezes blowing through open-air, seaside restaurants. Add in casinos and bars for nightlife, calypso-filled carnivals, and duty-free shopping for jewellery, alcohol, and cigars, and you’ll have the perfect vacation.

The Caribbean is alive with the magical scenery of bright blue skies, glistening azure seas and endless stretches of white-sand beaches, bordered by gently swaying palm trees. The unsurpassed beauty of the islands makes the Caribbean a favourite with holidaymakers.

The Caribbean Islands have developed an important tourist trade, and one reason for this is the large number of hours of sunshine around the year. Daily sunshine hours average from seven to ten. The winter months are the driest and sunniest and, at this time, the slightly lower Temperatures are made more pleasant by frequent sea breezes and lower humidity.

In summer high temperatures are often accompanied by pleasant sea breezes, making sunbathing very pleasant indeed. Up to 10 hours of sunshine per day is normal.

Villa Holiday Tenerife

This paradisiacal group of islands, with a preferred climate and constant temperature through all the year, and splendid beaches of fine sand, consists of 7 larger islands (Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Tenerife, La Palma, Gomera, Hierro) and a few smaller ones.

Surprisingly, the landscape of each island is radically different to the others. They offer a variety of landscapes with some of the best beaches within easy escape from a snowy European winter. . Beyond the mega resorts you can still find tiny fishing villages, whitewashed hamlets perched on hilltops and even a few wild places within earshot of the dull roar of a volcano or with mist dripping through primeval forests.

Go whenever – the weather is great year-round. In winter, the Canary Islands are amongst the favourite places for sun seekers, with average maximum temperatures a pleasant 21 °C (70 °F) throughout coupled with about six hours of sunshine. Typically, there are 21 dry days each month during the winter season. During the summer months, the Canaries are hot, dry and very sunny. Daytime average temperatures reach 29 °C (85 °F) throughout the season. Taking also into account the average 30 dry days and the 11 hours of sunshine, it is not surprising how popular these resorts are

Holidays Turkey

The Turkish people have an unrivalled reputation for hospitality, the cuisine is to die for, the coastline is a dream, and many Turkish cities are dotted with spectacular mosques and castles.

And while costs are rising, Turkey remains the Mediterranean’s bargain-basement destination. There are an enormous variety of things to see and do ranging from water sports to mountain trekking, archaeology to night clubbing and river rafting to raki drinking. Whether you leave Turkey with magnificent carpets, amulets to ward off evil, belly dancing tips, an appreciation of its history, or just a tan, you’re likely to want to go back for more.

Spring and autumn are the best times to visit, since the climate will be perfect in Istanbul and on the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts. The best time to visit eastern Turkey is from late June to September. The Turkish winter is not particularly warm, with daily average maximum temperatures reaching about 10 °C (50 °F). Just 2 or 3 hours of sunshine can be expected on average per day. The summertime brings quite hot weather to Turkey, with daily average maximum temperatures climbing to about 28 °C (82 °F) by August. It is a reasonably dry season, with up to 27 dry days each month. 11 or 12 hours of sunshine can be expected on average.