A traditional village with great amenities.
With at least 6 recognised restaurants/tavernas (Yiannis, Petradaki, The Farmyard, Imogens, Araouzos & Kyparissos being the main ones), 2 shops/mini-markets, a pub with sky sports and internet cafe, at least 2 coffee shops and 2 wineries (Vasilikon and Sterna) open all year for visitors, all within one square km, its a no wonder Kathikas is a popular choice with holidaymakers looking to relax in peace and quiet yet be able to walk to everything they need in just a few minutes.
As Kathikas is 600 metres above sea level, it has a good climate in summer a couple of degrees cooler than the coast with very little humidity.
Famous for its vineyards, Kathikas is surrounded by vines and is renowned for the quality of its grapes.
Many of the vines have been in the same family for generations. Two very famous wineries open their doors to visitors, so you can enjoy the winemaker’s craft. Vasilikon Wines and Sterna wines are 2 of the best in the region and you will see their wines in most local shops in and around Paphos.
Living in Kathikas
Kathikas is also home to a donkey sanctuary and a tourist information centre. If you’re a bit of an amateur anthropologist, Kathikas is an ideal location in which to observe the traditional Cypriot way of life and to live it yourself.
Kathikas’ central location makes it the ideal base from which to explore Polis and Latchi, the Baths of Aphrodite, the Akamas Peninsula and the turtle hatchery at Lara Bay. From Kathikas you can choose to visit a number of Paphos’ best famous beaches.
Coral Bay is a short drive to a fully equipped beach with every type of watersports and diving. Latchi has a delightful beach, and again a full selection of watersports. You can hire a boat at Latchi to explore the Akamas coastline. Drop anchor when you feel like it and swim or snorkel in the crystal clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. If you prefer a beach to yourself, try Lara Beach in the Akamas. Even in the height of the summer its almost deserted.
Kathikas retains and continues to re-instate its old world village character whilst encouraging selected new developments.
For fishing fans, the nearest reservoirs are Evretou and Mavrokolympos, whilst the nearest golf course is about ten minutes away at the newly refurbished Tsada golf course now known as Minthis Hills.
Covid 19 Update for New Customers Only
For New Customers/ New Bookings (placed as new) from 1st April 2020 for stays between 1st June and 16th May 2021, free cancellation applies to deposits
Bookings Must be cancelled 56 days or more before arrival (or before paying the full balance to qualify)- If the Balance is Paid and Severe Travel Restrictions are announced forbidding travel then a full refund will be made of all monies paid.
If booking within 8 weeks of start date (full balance payable at time of booking) and travel restrictions are enforced for the period of your stay, a full refund of all monies paid will be made. Cancellation would have to be made more than 72 hours from start date in that scenario
Cancellation within 36 hours of arrival is accepted while your home country is in Category B for a Cyprus Flight Pass in 2020. Proof of positive/inconclusive test required to qualify. A move to future dates will also be offered if the test results are late back. Again proof is required but this all means there is little risk in booking while your home country is in Category B
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