Aphrodite Hills Villas

From the Aphrodite Hills Villas, all the pros of the upmarket resort are a stone’s throw away – including a health spa, tennis academy, golf course and a full house of bars and restaurants.

The smart, stone-clad villas at Aphrodite Hills have a private pool and sun terrace apiece, most of which overlook the greens of an 18-hole golf course.

From the sunloungers that circle the pool, to the streamlined open-plan living area – super stylish décor is the mainstay of the Aphrodite Hills Villas.

  • 6Sleeps up to
  • 3Rooms
  • 2Bathrooms
  • Only from ThomsonIn the UK, this holiday is only available from the Thomson group.

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  • Range of sizes from 1 to 6-bed
  • Swimming pool as standard
  • Free car hire included
  • Villa-only available

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Villa details

Villa Facilities


Open-plan lounge, kitchen and diner

Open-plan, leading on to the kitchen, with comfy sofas to chillout on and watch a DVD.

Twin bedroom

In the 3-bedroom villa.

Double bedroom

Both the 2-bedroom villa and 3-bedroom villa have double bedrooms on the first floor.

Other facilities

  • Air-conditioning*
  • Pirate Kids' Club*
  • DVD player
  • TV
  • Outdoor dining area

Private pool

A private, rectangular pool, set in a stone terrace.

Open-plan lounge, kitchen and diner

Open-plan, leading on to the kitchen, with comfy sofas to chillout on and watch a DVD.

Villa availability

Show prices for Adults (age 16+) Children (age 0-15)

Per person prices are usually lower for large parties.
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Car Hire

Car hire with Europcar

TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »

Great weather. Noisy and tired accommodation

Aphrodite Hills has become too big. Be very careful choosing a villa a some have no view. Ours had a number of broken items. You may be next to a building site or find as we did that your neighbour is completely gutting his property. The hotel is full of small children until the end of October. After they have gone the hotel closes most of its outlets. A car is essential to get offsite as the development is practically empty.More

Alan T, Plymouth, United Kingdom

Great setting, wonderful golf course and the most helpful staff I have ever encountered

We have stayed at the Resort for a month from 26th October. We stayed all inclusive in the hotel for the first week and found the rooms lovely. The food was good and the option of an adult only place for breakfast and lunch was much appreciated over half term. It would have been nice to have an adult only night time venue. The service was outstanding. The team were helpful, pleasant and nothing was too much trouble. We then spent three weeks at a Junior Villa with a stunning view of the sea. The whole resort (which is extensive) is beautifully landscaped and the architecture fits into the landscape well with no high rise buildings. The only criticism I have is the quality of the furniture in the villa. The furniture is not up to the general standard of the resort. The golf course is superb and managed brilliantly. Once again, the staff in both the Pro shop and the Caddy Masters area could not have been more efficient or friendly. The marshalls come around regularly to make sure people are not delaying play and holding up other players. We thoroughly enjoyed the golf. The clubhouse food was good as was the service. It is a shame that most of the restaurants close at the end of October. The weather is so good that one would expect the resort to be full at this time of year. In twenty eight days, we had one slightly wet morning. Otherwise we had daytime temperatures of 25 to 28 degrees and low humidity every day.More

Hilary T, Plymouth, United Kingdom

Fab resort, great sports facilities

We returned to the fantastic Aphrodite Hills for another family holiday this half term with our three boys and our daughter who are aged 3, 7, 10 and 12. The facilities for the kids in this resort are excellent. There is a kids club available, but our kids were more interested in the sports facilities. The highlight of the holiday for the boys was the excellent Dream Team Soccer School where they played 2 hours of football every single day. If your kids like football, send them along - they'll love it - it's brilliantly run by Lee and his team. You can choose to pay per hour or buy a package and save some money. Highly recommended. The kids also used the golf range, played crazy golf, tennis, swam and enjoyed the playground (especially the zipwire!). We also used the facilities at the village square - the Anoi Pub was a particular favourite - very friendly staff and good pub food (plus the Rugby World Cup final on the screens). The supermarket onsite is very handy if you need any essential items, although it's not particularly cheap. There's also an ATM, so no need to venture any further if you need some cash. Within a short drive, you can find great beaches (we like Pissouri Bay in particular) and authentic local restaurants - try Gabriel's Tavern in Kouklia if you want some local flavour and excellent food at great prices. We'd also recommend trying the buffet breakfast in the hotel - it's very good value for both adults and kids - you can eat as much as you wish - we found we really didn't need lunch afterwards. We stayed in Adonis Village in a junior villa - it provided loads of space for our large family, had everything we needed and is very conveniently located for all the resort facilities - which are no more than a 5 minute walk away.More

LondonDiner00, London, United Kingdom

Stunning Resort

We stayed in a 3 bed apartment in the Adonis Village and it was fab. Very spacious apartment on the ground floor with it's own private garden. The pool was only a few minutes walk away, and was for the use of the Adonis Village only, each Village has it's own pool. We were lucky in that the resort centre was only walking distance from us, but you could not stay in this resort without a car. It is a shame that there is not a communal pool that anyone can access, as with the resort hotel. If you are staying in the apartments or in a villa you cannot use the facilities at the hotel, but hotel patrons can use the full resort facilities which seems somewhat unfair, particularly for children as the hotel has a waterpark which my son would have loved to have used. There are quite a few restaurants within the resort, but I would recommend booking a table as they are very busy. There is not much to do in the evenings and as the resort is quite far from Paphos, a taxi is required to go off resort. It is a lovely resort overall, but would probably not go back purely because of the location, the only thing nearby is Aphrodite's rock, but you still need a car to get here and the beach is rock and shingle.More

mybabies1974, Peterborough

Fabulous resort

What a great place for a relaxing holiday! Friendly staff, great restaurants and clean accomodation! Short transfer from the airport to resort made it stress free! The staff were helpful on arrival and knowledgeable. My husband and myself felt very relaxed the whole time as everything we needed was within walking distance! Would highly recommend Aphrodite Hills. More

Jean L, Hornchurch, United Kingdom

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