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For Rent:Camares - Luxury Villa
Camares - Luxury Villa Address: Tala Village Description:

Modern style luxury villa situated in Tala village 10mins away from Paphos city centre, in a quiet location with stunning views Paphos and Peyia village. It consists of 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, private swimming pool, garden, patio area, barbecue, private parking, external lighting, excellent interior design. Covered area of villa is 400m² and for the land is 700m². 

  

Summary

 

Details

Features

400 m2 Covered area

5 en-suite Bedrooms

Private Swimming Pool

 

Two large living rooms

BBQ Area & Garden

 

Open Kitchen

Private Parking

 

Location: 

The village Tala is found in the district of Pafos, at a distance of 8 kilometers north of the city of Pafos, within a magical natural environment. In regards to transportation, the village connects to the monastery of “Agios Neofytos” in the northeast (about 2 kilometers), which is within its administrative boundaries. In the south it connects with the village Emba (about 4 kilometers) and from there on with the city of Pafos.

The village is built at an average altitude of 280 meters. It has a general tilt from the northeast to the southwest and the altitude ranges from 150 to 600 meters.

Tala receives an average annual rainfall of about 520 millimeters; grapevines (wine-making and table grape varieties), citrus fruits (orange trees, lemon trees), locust, olive, almond, and walnut trees, cereals, forage plants, vegetables, and a few banana trees are cultivated in the region. As far as stock-breeding is concerned, it is limited.

The village is not mentioned in mediaeval sources. However its name is considered to originate from the era of Frank domination, from the surname of a large and wealthy family, that of the D’Avila family. This family is mentioned as “Tavila” by the Cypriot mediaeval chronographers. It is believed that the surname Tavila gave the village its name. Tala is not mentioned as belonging to the D’Avila family by the sources. However it is probable that it was a property of the family since some members of it possibly owned it, such as Francesco D’Avila that Masse Latri mentions as one of the richest noblemen in Cyprus, or Peter D’Avila who –in 1473 –became Lord Chamberlain of Cyprus and took land properties in the district of Pafos, or even Anthony D’Avila who served as Governor of Pafos.

An important mediaeval monument of the village is the church of Agia Ekaterini (St. Catherine) of the 15th/16th century. Besides, quite close to the village stands the monastery of Agios Neofytos, which certainly had a significant influence on various sectors in the whole life and activity of the village.

South of the village there are indications for the existence of an archaeological area from the Prehistoric times.

Tala began, during recent years, to develop in terms of tourism and housing. Tourist villages and country houses have started to operate in its region.

 


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Latitude: 34.8369469
Longitude: 32.42369789999998
HouseID: 5
Title: Camares - Luxury Villa
Country: Cyprus
City: Pafos
Address: Tala Village
Description:

Modern style luxury villa situated in Tala village 10mins away from Paphos city centre, in a quiet location with stunning views Paphos and Peyia village. It consists of 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, private swimming pool, garden, patio area, barbecue, private parking, external lighting, excellent interior design. Covered area of villa is 400m² and for the land is 700m². 

  

Summary

 

Details

Features

400 m2 Covered area

5 en-suite Bedrooms

Private Swimming Pool

 

Two large living rooms

BBQ Area & Garden

 

Open Kitchen

Private Parking

 

Location: 

The village Tala is found in the district of Pafos, at a distance of 8 kilometers north of the city of Pafos, within a magical natural environment. In regards to transportation, the village connects to the monastery of “Agios Neofytos” in the northeast (about 2 kilometers), which is within its administrative boundaries. In the south it connects with the village Emba (about 4 kilometers) and from there on with the city of Pafos.

The village is built at an average altitude of 280 meters. It has a general tilt from the northeast to the southwest and the altitude ranges from 150 to 600 meters.

Tala receives an average annual rainfall of about 520 millimeters; grapevines (wine-making and table grape varieties), citrus fruits (orange trees, lemon trees), locust, olive, almond, and walnut trees, cereals, forage plants, vegetables, and a few banana trees are cultivated in the region. As far as stock-breeding is concerned, it is limited.

The village is not mentioned in mediaeval sources. However its name is considered to originate from the era of Frank domination, from the surname of a large and wealthy family, that of the D’Avila family. This family is mentioned as “Tavila” by the Cypriot mediaeval chronographers. It is believed that the surname Tavila gave the village its name. Tala is not mentioned as belonging to the D’Avila family by the sources. However it is probable that it was a property of the family since some members of it possibly owned it, such as Francesco D’Avila that Masse Latri mentions as one of the richest noblemen in Cyprus, or Peter D’Avila who –in 1473 –became Lord Chamberlain of Cyprus and took land properties in the district of Pafos, or even Anthony D’Avila who served as Governor of Pafos.

An important mediaeval monument of the village is the church of Agia Ekaterini (St. Catherine) of the 15th/16th century. Besides, quite close to the village stands the monastery of Agios Neofytos, which certainly had a significant influence on various sectors in the whole life and activity of the village.

South of the village there are indications for the existence of an archaeological area from the Prehistoric times.

Tala began, during recent years, to develop in terms of tourism and housing. Tourist villages and country houses have started to operate in its region.

 


 Contact Us to arrange a viewing!


 

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