Cape Blue Residences
Designer living by the sea
Picture yourself on a sunny Mediterranean island. In a villa designed in contemporary style, with an artistic touch. Space is generous, light is abundant, luxury surrounds you. From the sea to the hills, the natural environment is enchanting. The nearby traditional villages are always welcoming; the vibrant summer resorts are full of fun and entertainment. Day by day you can design your life around nature or urban society, choose exciting activity or quiet privacy.
That is the essence of Cape Blue Residences on the southeastern coast of Cyprus. An invitation to enjoy designer living by the sea.
As a development, Cape Blue Residences is stunning; look at it in its broader setting, and it is absolutely magical.
Cape Blue Residences Location
On the one side you have clear, sapphire waters, on the other side the inspiring beauty and tranquility of nature trails across a rare natural habitat that is a part of Natura 2000, the EU network of protected areas.
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Like a man-made jewel set in an unspoilt estate only a few steps from the sea, Cape Blue Residences offer only 30 homeowners a sanctuary in the sun.
What you’ll find in the Vicinity of
Cape Blue Residences
- Ayia Napa Monastery and square
- Fishing harbour
- Nissi Beach
- Thalassa Municipal Museum
- Ayia Napa fun fair and luna park
- Bungee jumping
- Waterworld waterpark
- Cape Greco and the sea caves
- Profitis Elias chapel (Protaras)
- Ocean Aquarium (Protaras)
The actual resort of Ayia Napa is so close to its neighbours that they are often regarded as one location.
Protaras is almost an extension of Ayia Napa and often described as a miniature version of it. It is particularly popular among holidaymakers from the capital, Nicosia, many of whom either own or rent a summer home there.
Paralimni is a fully-fledged local village and the administrative centre of the Famagusta district.
Cape Greco is the signature landmark of the southeastern coast. It is part of the Natura 2000 project, a European Union initiative to preserve natural habitats and threatened species across Europe.
Best Beaches to Visit
Ayia Napa and its surroundings have the highest concentration of ‘Blue Flag’ beaches on the island. The EU ‘Blue Flag’ indicates a high level of cleanliness and organised facilities such as water sports, restaurants or snack bars and cafés. Below is a list of the most popular Blue Flag sands – visit them all, and explore the more secluded small coves in between!
- Nissi beach
- Landa beach
- Agia Thekla
- Makronissos beach
- Pernera beach
- Konnos beach
Main Towns & Airports
Approximate travel times
- Larnaca town: 35 minutes, 50km
- Larnaca International Airport: 45 minutes, 60km
- Limassol: 1 hr 20 minutes, 107km
- Nicosia: 1 hr, 80km
- Paphos: 2 hrs, 184km
- Troodos mountains: 2 hrs, 164km
Explore other areas in Cyprus, by car
Distances from Cape Blue Residences:
- Larnaca: approx.70km, 55 minutes, southern coast
- Limassol: approx. 120km, 1 hour and 20 minutes, southern coast
- Nicosia: 120km, 1 hour 20 minutes, the capital in the centre of Cyprus
- Paphos: approx. 2 hours, 188km, southwestern coast
- Troodos: approx. 2 hours, 164km, central mountain range