Located in an undulating 20-acre hillside complex near the Akamas National Park, cascading through gardens, lawns and pools to the secluded beach and crystal waters of Chrysochou Bay; close to the Baths of Aphrodite and Blue Lagoon sits Anassa Resort. With various rooms, suites and villas as well as its Thalassa Spa, Anassa is all about showcasing Mediterranean living at its best.
The rooms are sparkling low-rise Byzantine village style accommodation and with its own secluded 150-meter beach with an array of water sports activities, including a dive centre what better place to be during the summer months?
Culinary feasts are celebrated at Anassa where each week the resort holds a traditional celebration at the atmospheric Byzantine Chapel ‘Saint Athanasia’ and Village Square for a taste of local life with a generous Cypriot buffet, traditional live music and folk dancing. Their weekly beach BBQ showcases casual culture, Anassa style: white torchlit tables and lounging seats; flickering flames and Akamas peninsula sunset streaks; a guitarist and bouzouki player; and their Chefs grilling the most succulent meat, fish and seafood.
Of course this wouldn't be complete without its dedicated Thalassa Spa, a marine-therapy haven. Beneath towering Roman columns, amid sun-lit courtyards and healing thalassotherapy pools, surrender to the unmistakable tranquillity of one of the world’s most awarded spas. A vast indoor pool, 18 treatment rooms, saunas, steam baths, saltwater exercise pool, squash court, fitness room, yoga and healthy cuisine complete the sumptuous experience. Rates No.1 Overseas Hotel Spa’ and no.15 in ‘The World’s Top 100’ 2018 Condé Nast Traveller Readers’ Travel Awards", Thalassa is a wellness discovery in itself.