The “Pikni” or Dust Forest
The forest is located just five minutes north of the village centre. In the forest there is a specially designed picnic area and European Nature Trail (E4) with plants, flowers, herbs and tress to make your walk memorable.
Facilities of the Village
Peyia has all the facilities you require – some of which are the Municipality, a Police station, medical and dental facilities, supermarkets, bakeries, shops, sports ground, gym, hotels, apartments and villas, restaurants, taverns, bars and veterinary services.
The Surrounding Area
If you can tear yourself away from the village itself, the Municipality of Peyia also boasts some of the most wonderful attractions of Cyprus. When you are done with seeing the sights and sounds of the surrounding areas, then we look forward to welcoming you back to Savvas Grill to hear all your stories.
Some of the places to visit in the municipality are:
Coral Bay Restaurants
Coral Bay, known to the Cypriots as “Maa” is within the Peyia Municipality and is a very popular tourist area of Paphos and also Cyprus. Coral Bay restaurants offer food for all tastes. Greek taverns, international, Italian, Indian, Chinese… The area boasts many hotels, cafes, restaurants, bars, water sport facilities and much more to see and do, combining good food with the tranquility of the sea, fun and nightlife.
You might want to consider us too when looking for a restaurant in Coral Bay. We are located in Peyia village, only 5 minutes drive from Coral Bay restaurants!
Coral Bay Beach
Coral Bay Beach is a 500 metre long beautiful sandy beach that is easy to get to by car, bus, bicycle and even walking. It is a Blue Flag awarded beach that offers all the facilities you would expect with such an award – showers, umbrellas, sunbeds, water sports food and drink. From April 15 until the end of October there are also lifeguards on duty and first aid facilities nearby.
The archaeological site of Maa-Palaiokastro is situated on the coast near Coral Bay Beach. Following initial excavations in 1952 by Porphyrios Dikaios, more systematic excavations were carried out between 1979 to 1985 by the Department of Antiquities. The site is the settlement of Aegean refugees in Cyprus and dates back over 3,200 years – well worth a visit!