Where the locals go on holiday – Cyprus
This stunning island is a haven for many expats and holiday makers but the one place that attracts everyone indiscriminately is Polis – A true gem in the Mediterranean.
When you ask anyone about Polis the reply is always – ‘ Beautiful, famous for fish meze, fabulous taverns and great value’.
When you first arrive you notice that the area is dotted with citrus groves overlooking turquoise seas. Polis is definitely the least developed beach resort in the south of Cyprus.
You can be assured of authentic Greek Cypriot hospitality, culture, cuisine as well as an astonishing variety of unique flora and fauna.
Polis is a get away, peaceful and welcoming. Polis offers numerous activities many trails that are perfect for hiking or mountain biking, beaches for sunbathing and of course the inviting sea for swimming, sailing and snorkelling.
Lara beach in particular is a perfect example of a scenic undeveloped beach.
Polis has many attractions to offer the visitor either local or foreign
- Kathikas is a quaint village in the Akamas heights, this preserved rural village offers many taverns, traditional crafts and a visitors centre.
- Akamas peninsula is a wild underdeveloped finger of land jutting into the Mediterranean, this is a true gem and well worth a visit.
- Winery hike, hike to the Vouni panayia winery hike for a tour and tasting.
- Sarama – Skarfos bridge walks, a traffic free walk encountering a ruin of a mill and medieval skarfos bridge.