A private enclave of sea-facing villas created by some of the worlds best designers for the worlds highest achievers.
CAP ST GEORGES
Thanks to its west-facing position, Cap St Georges enjoys spectacular sunsets and panoramas with views maximised by the villas' design. The area's sea-caves and pure waters make it one of the most idyllic stretches of the Mediterranean coast, perfect for swimming and diving.
Cap St Georges is the perfect place to lie back, switch off and relax. Those with a desire for more activity are equally well served: swimming and water sports such as windsurfing, scuba diving and kitesurfing are a sheer indulgence in the tranquil blue sea while the more adventurous can head to the mountains for terrain that will delight mountain bikers, hikers, bird watchers, paragliders and botanists alike. From here, the deep blue sea can be glimpsed through the lace-like canopy of pine trees.
Cap St Georges was born of a dream to create a community: a place of refuge for high achievers who sought an idyllic, private space for relaxing and entertaining. The concept is simple: an enclave of bespoke designer villas within paces of an unspoilt shore and a shimmering blue sea, with first-class security and concierge services on hand at all times. Here, the clamouring world is shut out at the gate, everyday stresses dissolve and families are free to spend time together; it's a place for Zen serenity or lavish parties, whatever suits the mood.
The villas are contemporary in style and designed with timeless elegance. A gentle slope towards the sea affords every house a spectacular view. The villas also play with light and shade, blurring the edges between inside and outside space and making opulent living areas feel as if they're part of the spectacular landscape. All villas are serviced by a reputable operator who will also run the rental of your villa on request. Owners can 'live' the local culture and its history through rich and luxurious materials. From the lower-ground floors to the balconies, local colours and flavours have been incorporated: stone, wood, plants and mosaics.
Sumptuous features and finishes - The villas are exemplars of luxury living. Residents can while away hours in their private pool or jacuzzi, unwind in their sauna or enjoy the latest films in their state-of-the-art home cinema. Wine cellars, sculpture courts and well-equipped gyms are also key features.
All materials are extremely high quality, from natural stone floors and glass mosaic tiles to hardwood screens and marine grade aluminium windows. Products and appliances have to earn their place too: only the best brands are being used with the likes of Villeroy & Boch, Grohe, Poggenpohl, Duravit, Daikin and Crestron exuding quality and style.
THE CAP ST GEORGES VILLA CLUB
At your service, the club services meet your every need
Cap St Georges operates just like a private members' club: residents and their guests enjoy exclusive facilities.
• Seashore Clubhouse
• Treatment Rooms
• Tennis Court
• Cinema Room
• Conference Room
• Sandy Beach
All Villas are fully serviced and chauffeurs, concierges, babysitters, gardeners, maintenance staff and housekeepers are on hand at all times.
An island republic in the Eastern Mediterranean, Cyprus stands at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa. Some 340 days of sunshine a year make for long, languid summers and mild winters. Landscapes are breath-taking, with mountains, vine-clad foothills, cedar forests and calm, azure seas. Meanwhile, the World Health Organisation rates Cyprus as one of the healthiest countries in the Mediterranean. A Mediterranean diet, modern healthcare and international schools ensure an excellent quality of life. Economic conditions are highly favourable too: a low tax regime, zero inheritance tax and exemptions for overseas interests and dividends make it the perfect choice for second homeowners and tax exiles.
Easy access from Asia, Europe and Africa
Cyprus is within reach of Europe, Russia, the Middle East and North Africa. Around 40airlines fly to the island's two international airports: The new terminal at Paphos airport was completed in Autumn 2008 while Larnaca's impressive expansion was complete in 2013. Both airports are well equipped to accommodate private jets and helicopters, while a new 1,100-berth marina close to Cap St Georges will provide ample space for super-yachts.
International airports to Cyprus
Almaty - 4 hrs, 35 mins
Amsterdam - 4 hours
Dublin - 4 hrs, 30 mins
Dubai - 3hrs, 30 mins
Kiev - 2 hrs, 55 mins
London - 4 hrs, 30 mins
Milan - 3 hours
Moscow - 3 hrs, 30 mins
Oslo - 5 hrs, 50 mins
Paris - 4 hrs, 30 mins
Tbilisi - 5 hrs, 15 mins*
Yerevan - 4 hrs, 35 mins*
Zurich - 3 hours
Local airports to Cap St Georges
Paphos 25 km (20 mins)
Larnaca 155 km (1hr 30 mins)
CULTURE & ANTIQUITY
Travellers and traders have been drawn to Cyprus for centuries, attracted by its position at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa. Their legacy endures: the UNESCO city of Paphos offers an ancient harbour and countless mosaics, while classical Greek and Roman monuments, Byzantine and Latin churches, Venetian fortresses, castles and mosques and Neolithic ruins are scattered throughout the island. The goddess Aphrodite was born in Paphos; her famous bath lies in the nearby Akamas mountains.