Cyprus is the third largest and easternmost island in the Mediterranean sea.  Whether you want to spend your holiday lounging by the pool or off exploring, Cyprus has it all!  There are plenty of fantastic beaches (Cyprus has 49 blue flag beaches), museums and places of historical interest to visit. 












Pervolia is situated on the east coast of Cyprus, around 9km from the centre of Larnaca. Pervolia is a peaceful and traditional cypriot village with an abundance of local charm.

The heart of the village is where you will find a beautiful stone built church and the quaint cobblestoned square.  The square comes alive at night when it is closed off to cars, and friendly locals & tourists alike venture out to eat and drink at the collection of restaurants and bars.   

Villa Tatiana is situated around 3km from the centre of Pervolia, either a short drive or a leisurely stroll with stunning views of the unspoilt coastline. 

The Lighthouse (Faros) at Cape Kiti.


Things to see and do

Donkey Sanctuary - Vouni Village, near Limassol

Mazotos Camel Park - Camel rides, local wildlife, swimming pool, restaurant.

Horseriding - Drapia Farm, Kalavasos Village & Dhekelia Sovereign Base

Ski-ing - January to March is the best time to head to the Troodos Mountains to ski.  Ski equipment can be hired and ski instruction lessons are available, at very reasonable rates.

Walking trails & Caledonian Falls -

Cycling - There is a bike hire shop 5 minutes walk from the villa.

Fishing -

Watersports - On Faros beach, a few moments from Villa Tatiana.  

Diving - Larnaca is home of the Zenobia ferry wreck, apparently the best diving site in the Mediterranean and one of the top ten in the world!  The Zenobia was a Roll on Roll off ferry that sunk in 1980 on her maiden voyage, only a few hundred metres from the harbour.  Fully laden with trucks and their cargo the ferry now lies on it's side at a depth of 42 metres, with the top of the wreck at 18 metres. 

Water Parks -

Pierides Foundation Museum - Larnaca

Hala Sultan Tekke - The mosque of Hala Sultan Tekke, built in honour of the prophet Mohammed's aunt, who died there after falling from her mule, is an important place of Moslem pilgramage.  The mosque is situated on the edge of the salt lake, which is a favourite winter habitat for flamingoes and other migratory birds.

Hala Sultan Tekke