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The forthcoming Tersefanou Golf Course

Since final permission was granted there's been much talk among golfing aficionados surrounding the forthcoming Tersefanou Golf Course, a venue designed and backed by the PGA.

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Recent months have seen much discussion surrounding a small village some nine miles south-west of Larnaca. The reason for this can be found in the fact that this small, agricultural community is supposed to be home to the Tersefanou Golf Course, the most prestigious venue of its kind in eastern Cyprus.

A Fully-Featured Golf Resort

Designed and backed by the PGA, the planned championship standard course was planned as part of a wider residential and leisure complex, which would include a large number of luxurious homes, a fully featured retail village, six-star hotel, health spa and fitness centre and, last but most certainly not least, a clubhouse with bars, restaurants, a cigar room, a library, and a pro-shop amongst its many other amenities.

 

Tersefanou Golf Course

Losing his ball in the shrubs...

 

Spectacular Sea Views

The site certainly has much to recommend it, and as you stand on the gently rolling hills surrounding what is set to become the very heart of the forthcoming golfing complex, your view extends down to the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Between the Tersefanou Golf Course (also known as the Larnaca Golf Course), you will notice a few settlements stretched across the vista.

These are the communities of Kiti and Pervolia as well as the small village of Meneou. Nestled to the south of Larnaca, they are located around three or four miles from the forthcoming golf course, thus providing a close proximity and easy access to the facility, without the need or expense of having to live within its boundaries.

Villages close to Tersefanou Golf Course have increased in popularity with buyers

The seafront village of Pervolia especially, has proven a popular destination with British homebuyers in the years leading up to the global economic downturn of 2008, as its closeness to Tersefanou and Larnaca International Airport, combined with its beachfront location and largely traditional atmosphere have proved to be as large an attraction for British Expatriates as the hype surrounding the new golf course itself.

Kiti is set along the main road between the airport and Tersefanou and, as such, is a thriving, self-sufficient little community quite literally only a couple of miles from Tersefanou village and around the same distance from the Sea. Home to all the amenities one would expect from a community of around three thousand inhabitants, including supermarkets, bars, restaurants and assorted other retail outlets. The past four years have seen a massive expansion of Kiti's infrastructure, to the point where the little town now even boasts its own Pizza Hut.

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Golf in Cyprus

The Tersefanou Golf Course is not the only planned venue of its kind. A rapid growth in the popularity of Mediterranean golf resorts has prompted the Cypriot government to licence the construction of a further fourteen new courses in addition to the four already in existence. But it's not all been plain sailing, and despite the fact that during the coming years, Cyprus' golf courses is set to undergo a dramatic transformation, chances are the not all fourteen new courses will be built.
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