Pomos Heights is a beautiful family home, away from crowds, amidst the forest and the sea. The house lies 19 metres above the sea level and is built out of stone and wood in a lush mature garden. It's the only house in the area with its own private pebbled beach, accessed through the garden, with seven little rocky islands to discover and explore underwater. It is ideal for people that seek peace of mind, that love swimming, stunning sunsets and long walks in the forest that surround the house.
The house consists of three levels: the house and the garden with the wooden deck, the pool and the stone terrace and the beach. The wooden deck and the lower pool level with the stone terrace offer spectacular views of the cove right under the house.
The ground floor consists of a double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom with direct access to the veranda, the kitchen and a cosy living room with a stone built fireplace specially appreciated in colder evenings. The first floor consists of a living/study area with a large sofa and views of the nearby mountains, and two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, the front one with its own balcony overlooking the sea, and a second bedroom with twin beds and a loft (that can sleep two).
I am an archaeologist and an art historian. I graduated from the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium (BA),and have a master’ s degree in contemporary history from the University of Cyprus. Basically I am a writer; I write non-fiction books, scripts, theatre plays and children’s stories. In the past years I have curated a number of exhibitions and helped to set up museums here in Cyprus, and have published books on the history of the cities of my island (Nicosia, Famagusta, Paphos).
I am fluent in Greek, English, French and German.
I take particular pride in showing and explaining the culture of my island, and introducing both Cypriots and foreign visitors to this amazing world that contains both the Orient and the Occident.