ZENING Resorts, Cyprus is located in Latchi, on the north west coast of the island near Polis Chrysochous. Cyprus is a European Union member country.




Time: Cyprus is +2 hours GMT

Dialing code: The international dialing code for Cyprus is +357 To call international, add 00 or + for country code.

Electrical items: British 3 Pin. 220 V. In a Resort we can provide with adapters for items with 2 Pin.

Currency: Euro

Languages: Greek, English

Driving in Cyprus: We Drive on the Left. Distances are marked in Km. Road speeds are marked in kilometres-per hour (Km/h). All roads on the entire island are toll free.


There are 2 International Airports in Cyprus:

Larnaca International Airport ( LCA )[1] – 165 Km from Latchi

Paphos International Airport ( PFO )[2] – 45 Km from Latchi

Airport transfers from Larnaca take over 120 minutes and from Paphos just 45 minutes.

Multiple airport-to-ZENING transfer options are available:

  • All major international and local rental car companies are present at airports.
  • We arrange pick-up and drop-offs for groups with request.
  • Taxi service is available for individuals and small groups.


[1] Paphos Airport information links to http://www.hermesairports.com/

[2] Larnaca Airport information links to http://www.hermesairports.com/


Baths of Aphrodite

Baths of Aphrodite are located in the Akamas Peninsula near the little fishing village of Latchi and is considered as a famous mythological site. It is believed that on this romantic site, Aphrodite used to take her baths in the pools of the natural cave.

Blue Lagoon

The north coast of the Akamas peninsula coastline is a snorkeller’s paradise. The Blue Lagoon is a sheltered bay where the water tends to be warmer – in summer it’s up to 30 degrees C!.  The sandy bottom gives the sea that magical turquoise colour.  There’s a fair number of fish.  There are lots of shells and other aquatic life on the sea bed. Explore the rocks around the edges and around the island.

Troodos Mountains

Troodos is the largest mountain range in Cyprus, located in roughly the center of the island. Troodos’ highest peak is Mount Olympus at 1,952 meters, which hosts four ski slopes.

Paphos Archaeological Park

Paphos Archaeological Park is located in Paphos, southwest Cyprus and is situated near Paphos Harbour.The park, still under excavation.

With its distinction as the only divided capital in the world, Lefkosia and its surrounding region combines the heartbeat of the island’s commercial and businesses centre with an interesting past, and rural areas where escape is possible in naturally beautiful, green environs. The capital itself is steeped in history and culture, with a charming old city surrounded by massive Venetian walls, and the island’s largest concentration of museums, art galleries and religious and historical monuments, that all tell wonderful stories of the island through the ages.
Legends of kings and kingdoms, and the origins of the island’s wine making industry characterise the Lemesos region, which embodies both the ancient and the modern. Known as the region of wine, celebrations and ancient realms, Lemesos is comprised of its main city – which sits between two important archaeological sites; the ancient city-kingdom of Amathus to the east, and the ancient city-kingdom of Kourion to the west – along with rural areas and charming mountainous villages, where old traditions and crafts are still practised.
East meets west in the ancient district of Larnaka, where hundreds of years of contrasting civilizations, architecture and culture have left their mark on an authentic and diverse region. Both Christianity and Islam have important religious sites in Larnaka. The Church of Saint Lazarus, who lived in Larnaka after his resurrection, and the Mosque of Hala Sultan - built in honour of the Prophet’s Mohammed’s aunt - are two of the main attractions of the city. Other popular sights are the Medieval Castle, the palm tree-lined promenade of ‘Finikoudes’, and Larnaka Salt Lake, which fills with flocks of vibrant pink flamingos during the winter months.
An air of romance and history carries through the naturally abundant and culturally rich region of Pafos. Comprised of its old and new towns, rural villages and picturesque resorts, the region is home to some of the most stunning areas of natural beauty on the island, whilst its many archaeological sites are historically invaluable, with Katos Pafos declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site as a whole.

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  • “Lovely accommodation in beautiful surroundings. Very friendly, helpful and efficient restaurant staff and activities teachers”

    Lynne and Francis
  • “Thank you for such a wonderful  holiday – it was just what we needed. Amazing food, fantastic staff, we will definitely be coming back.”

    Ted and Beatrice
  • “Thank you for a relaxing, warm, homely and Zen experience. Wishing  the resort all the best in years to come.”

    Ruby B.
  • “Fantastic staff, really cheerful and willing. Thank you ! We had a great time.”

    Jane and Karen
  • “We have had a wonderful time – lovely food, lovely people, wonderful spa. Thank you all.”

    Genella and Hanna
  • The relaxing atmosphere and being able to do yoga here was wonderful !”

    Jacob and Ella
  • “Thank you so much for my great calm and relaxing vacation. You were all so kind. I really don’t want to leave – Noooooo!! Thank you.”

  • “Wonderful experience. Lovely staff. Very enjoyable.”

    Grace L.
  • With love and gratitude for everything you have done for us. We will return. Om Shanti.” 

  • “Fabulous place – excellent yoga classes. Staff delightful (couldn’t do more for me), Accommodation superb – I will return !”

    Jan H.
  • “Fantastic experience. Thank you to all the staff – friendly and attentive !”

    Gillian D.
  • “Thank you for a lovely week – great food, very friendly staff – overall brilliant holiday.”



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