Located in the heart of Pyla, a tourist village just minutes away.
The famous builder who, among other things, has built Caesar resort and Caesar Blue is now launching his latest project TROY Resort & Spa in Pyla, near the city of Larnaca. The area will consist of twelve buildings with four or five floors with studio, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments - a total of 468 properties. Construction will begin at the end of 2021 and the first construction phase is planned to be completed in the spring of 2023 - the entire project in 2026. 24/7 security - Reception - Cafe - Mini market - Rental and maintenance office - Meeting room - Roof lounge bar - Restaurant & Bar - SPA & Wellness center (indoor pool, sauna, beauty salon) - Gym & Yoga - Outdoor pool - Pool and snack bars - Children's playground
This tourist village is special in that it is the only settlement in Cyprus that is still inhabited by both its original Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot inhabitants. It is close to the border with Northern Cyprus and is one of only four villages within the UN buffer zone. Several of the most luxurious hotels in Cyprus are located in the tourist area of Pyla, such as: Golden Bay, Lordos Beach and Sandy Beach. This strip is lined with a mix of taverns and restaurants, as well as tourist shops and boutiques, all of which run parallel to the beach offering organized facilities, as well as kiosks and ice cream stands. Pyla Tourist Area continues through the new sea route Larnaca-Dhekelia, forward to CTO (Cyprus Tourist Organization) beach. Just 15 minutes drive from Larnaca which is a city on the south coast of Cyprus, the third largest after Nicosia and Limassol with a population of 51,468 inhabitants. It is also the largest airport in Cyprus. Larnaca (also called Larnaca) is one of the main seaside resorts in Cyprus. The beach is supported by a promenade lined with swinging palm trees and overlooked by a fort. Just a few steps in, the compact old town is home to the beautiful Agios Lazaros (St. Lazarus Church) and an atmospheric and crumbling Turkish quarter where Larnaca's famous ceramic craftsmen have set up shop. Larnaca is an easy-going place with a distinctly relaxed atmosphere that sets it apart from the more lively centers of Paphos and Limassol. Even better, it is also in a great location for trips south along the coast to some of the island's best beaches and inland to the picturesque villages and attractions of the Mahera forest region.
Private parking on the ground floor