Ayia Napa - Protaras
Possidon Beach Gardens
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Location / Description
POSSIDON BEACH GARDENS is located in the seaside area known as Pervolia,
within the village boundaries of Pervolia in the Larnaca district - Cyprus. It
lies between the beachfront and the coastal road which connects the development
locality with the villages of Meneou and Pervolia, 5 km southwest of Larnaca
International Airport and 8 km southwest of Larnaca town.
POSSIDON BEACH GARDENS is very close to the town of Larnaca, the marina
and the international airport. A direct motorway allows easy access to the
capital, Nicosia, and all other towns. At the same time, the project itself is
set in a serene and residential environment most suitable for permanent
residence, particularly for families.
It is completely free from heavy traffic and noisy nightclubs. Instead, it
offers the privileges of long walks and sports along the extensive beach. By
local, as well as by international standards, the project compares most
favourably with other projects of its kind.
The project is located in the seaside area known as Kiti, within the village
boundaries of Meneou in the Larnaca district, Cyprus. It lies between the
beachfront and the coastal road which connects the development locality with the
villages of Meneou and Pervolia. The closest villages are Meneou and Pervolia
which are located approximately 2,5Km away. The project is located approximately
5Km west of Larnaca International Airport and 6Km west of Larnaca town. The
project is approximately 35 minutes drive from the capital Nicosia, 30 minutes
from Ayia Napa, 45 minutes from Limassol and 90 minutes from Pafos. Access from
the above are with 4-lane motorways.
The site has a total area of approximately 66.000 square metres on relatively
level ground. The development involves a modification of the site levels in
order to create various units. The beach is sandy with shingles and extends to a
sandy seabed with an average depth of two metres at an inshore distance of 30
metres. The length of the local coastline exceeds five kilometres.
Landscaping and Environment
In general, the area west of the town of Larnaca is relatively flat, with
limited appeal in terms of its natural landscape. Its most prominent feature is
the extended unspoilt beach. The wider coastal area is used mainly for
agricultural purposes (orchards, vegetable and cereal fields) and is dotted with
numerous holiday/retirement home developments. To capitalize on the extensive
seafront and the large size of the site, the promoter has commissioned an
Australian based international company of landscape architects to create a
unique environment for the project. This company of international standing has
produced plans for the following:
of lakes and ponds in the heart of the project, surrounded with extensive
gardens and green areas. The lakes will have a total area of approximately
3.000 square metres and will be entranced with sidewalks, gazebos, bridges
transplant of approximately 2.000 young and mature trees.
installation of water features, such as waterfalls, clear water ponds for fish
and birds, brackish water ponds, etc. The roads within the development will
have attractive tree islands, pavements, special quality street lighting, all
designed to create a pleasant environment.
will have its own tertiary sewage treatment plant which will produce water
suitable for irrigation.
an area of
6.000 square metres of beach land will be designated for public use and
utilities will be underground, while the street lights and lampposts will be
imported from Italy.
features will be enriched with fish and resident birds, including pelicans,
swans and ducks imported from Holland.
from Cyprus, Israel and Spain will be planted throughout the project. These
include cypresses, olive and carob trees, poplars and palms, as well as pine
and other forest trees. Other colourful plants include bougainvillea,
flamboyant, exotic trees, etc.
Overall, only 18% of the total area of the estate will be built up, 56% will
be dedicated to common and private gardens and green areas, with the remainder
allowed for roads and footpaths.