A unique recreation way to spend your holidays in Cyprus. Yurts in Cyprus offers you an alternative, peaceful way to enjoy the island of Love.

Three Yurts are set in 2.5 acres of peaceful seclusion overlooking a small brook and facing the spectacularly setting sun. Each has private bathroom facilities and sitting out area. The Straw House is an eco friendly focal point for breakfast and dinner if requested, although meals can be taken to the tables outside the yurts. Simou village is about 3km to the south, where you can find sleepy tavernas, cafes and a Halloumi ‘factory’. Three kilometres to the north, is Filousa village – ideal for spending a morning undisturbed with a coffee and a book in beautiful and very traditional surroundings. The dry stone walls in this village are lovingly and very skilfully built by ‘Jimmy’ the village Muchtar (chief) and very much worth a visit!

The Yurts


The Yurt is 6 meters in diameter, boasting copious floor space (27sqm) and plenty of head room (2.5m). It is set up with a luxury King Size iron bed and rosewood furniture.The wooden floor strewn with beautiful sheepskin rugs all add to the natural feel and the wood burner will keep you warm in the colder months.A fabulous flying deck in front of the Yurt boasts a panoramic view of the hills and the famous sunset. It is an awesome place to sit with your Brandy Sour and feel the peace and stillness as the sun sinks slowly into the evening.Fully equipped private bathroom with a power shower is just a few steps away.We provide electric fans in case the breeze is not enough to cool you.And..... you may wish to keep this a secret, but there is Wi-Fi coverage inside the Yurt.You will find Ipod/Iphone docking station, LED colour adjustable lights in the crown wheel and sunbeds amongst the Nasu's equipment.


Another luxury 6m diameter Yurt. 27 sqm of floor space and 2.5m of head room at the crown wheel.This Yurt is set up by a mosfilo tree (thorny, with very small fruit that tastes like apple) which provides a natural shade.This Yurt is furthest away from the Straw House and the most private and secluded.


This Yurt took its name from the Mongolian word for cliff, after the vertical drop to a small gorge that is just below it! After the rainfall a small stream starts flowing in the gorge, providing water for the vegetation. The small cascades sound very relaxing! The Qadan is a little bit smaller than the others - it is 5m in diameter and provides 20 sqm of floor space and 2.3m of head room in the highest part (crown wheel).The Yurt is equipped with a king size bed and a wood burner to keep you warm in the colder months. There is a decking area outside the Yurt, overlooking the gorge (right below you!) and the surrounding hills.Facilities: private composting toilet right by the Yurt and your bathroom by the Straw House.


A beautiful, eco-friendly natural dwelling lovingly built out of straw bales and cob. It consists of three bedrooms, spacious kitchen and lounge opening onto a large pergola, a bathroom and a "workers" toilet/utility room.The house stays cool in the summer and warm in the winter.Electricity is generated through solar panels and we recycle all the rubbish. The Straw House is set at the entrance to the grounds, with the Yurts hidden in peaceful and secluded positions on the land behind it.The Straw House is a creation of a Belgian family: Sophie, Marc, Liese, Fee and Simon.