These Cyprus villas are situated on the edge of this traditional little village close to the fishing port of Latchi and on the fringe of the beautiful Akamas peninsula. For those who want to just relax, these villas are secluded with lush greenery by their swimming pools and excellent barbecue facilities which are perfect for al fresco dining. For a right rural getaway, Neo Chorio is slap bang in the thick of nature, with luscious landscapes in every direction. Quaint and sleepy, it looks out to the turquoise-blue of Chrysochou Bay, so you get the best of both worlds with both sea and scenery on tap. Traditional, tranquil and downright charming, this small village borders the Akamas National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty with deep gorges and sweeping sandy bays. It's one of the island's last lowland wildernesses so take advantage while you're here – it's a paradise for walking, cycling and bird spotting and you'll come across all sorts of rare flowers along the way. Back in town, you'll find a good selection of colourful cafes and friendly tavernas where you can rest your feet with a cup of coffee or get stuck into a full-blown meal. There's also a bank, well-stocked supermarkets and some great little craft shops where you can watch weavers at work on traditional looms or even join in a ceramic workshop. Getting back to nature, just outside the village hidden among the hills, you'll find the entrance to a complex cave system with subterranean caverns filled with jaw-dropping stalagmites and stalactites – don't miss it. If you simply want to chill out, the seclusion of nearby Lara beach is a sight for sore eyes with not a building in view – just soft sugary sands and a laid-back taverna. These Cyprus villas are pure bless.