My long stay in Cyprus villas to rent for a wedding party

I had never been to Cyprus before, until last summer, when my cousin Kathryn decided to have her wedding ceremony there. Her husband came up with the idea to get married in Cyprus after seeing so many beautiful pictures online from beach weddings held in the sunset there. As the maid of honour, I had to help her with all the fine details for the “big day” so we thought it would be a good idea to go out earlier and have a longer stay in order to arrange all the final details in person before the big day, and of course, to also enjoy some quality time there before the wedding. Cyprus is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Mediterranean and offers a wide variety of activities  as you can combine a relaxing beach holiday by the sea with more adventurous activities such a water sports or rock-climbing in the mountains or cycling on the many routes available.
We decided we should stay in one of the available Cyprus villas to rent mainly because we were planning to stay so long, and so by renting a Cyprus villa our stay would be less expensive than a hotel and we also felt it would be easier to deal with all the wedding preparations in a larger space. The wedding was going to take place in Protaras therefore we searched for villa rentals in Protaras so we would be close by the venue also. When looking online, I found many good quality self-catered villa providers offering great services and low-budget prices and I was very impressed.  We booked a four-bedroom villa with private pool and garden in Ayia Thekla area. It was amazing! We had a great time with the whole family in the run up to the big day, and we organised an awesome barbeque party by the pool a few days after the wedding and everyone had a lot of fun! We really enjoyed our stay in one of the many available Cyprus villas to rent and we would definitely recommend it to all our friends and relatives and readers of this blog.

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