Argaka, is a village of the Paphos district, located in the coastal plains of Chrysochous at the mid-east section of Chrysochous’s Bay. It has a distance of about 7 km from Polis and 9 km off of the famous Latchi resort.
Argaka is located between the sea and a pine forest. While Lower Argaka stands next to the sea, Upper Argaka stands upon the slope with an excellent view towards the sea, yet only 2 km away from the sea front. Although a village, Argaka’s location in close proximity of Polis and Latchi, makes it ideal for spending your holiday since all required facilities such as shops, restaurants, fish taverns and more are located only a few minutes drive away.
Argaka is a village which enjoys the breeze of the sea and which is “embraced” by a pine forest. Nature trails start from here and cover distances as long as 10 km through forest and nature in the surrounding mountains.
Cyprus Holiday Villas and Apartments in Argaka
Go Villas Cyprus offer plenty of villas in the area of Argaka for every kind of holiday. Do you want to be at the sea front with uninterrupted views of the Mediterranean Sea? Or perhaps you prefer to be inland in a private spot on the mountain side with views of the whole Argaka area? All villas in Argaka are within a short drive from the town of Polis and the beautiful area of Latchi.
Holiday Villa Agathi (Ref. 2635)
Bedrooms: 3, Bathrooms: 3 Double Beds: 2, Single Beds: 2 Sleeps: 6, Beach: 2 km, Amenities: 2.2 km, Wifi, Argaka
Price from 77€
Holiday Villa Agathi is a beautiful 3 bedroom villa located in the Argaka countryside but is within More info
In the area of Argaka and Polis you will find the peninsula of Akamas, which is protected area, and offers exciting walking tours. Recommended walking tours are the Aphrodite and Adonis nature trails.
In many cases, there are signposts in place, to indicate the starting point of the trail, as well as flora and geology features along the route. Although walking in Cyprus can be enjoyed throughout the year, the recommended seasons are during late autumn (November) and spring, when the Cyprus rural and forest areas are at full bloom.