Located in Mesana Village of Paphos district, funded by the Agrotourism Funding Scheme of the EU, fully licensed by COT, and right in the centre of one of the most beautiful, natural areas of the island, Boubouki is the ideal retreat for those seeking peace, quiet and inspiration. It’s a perfect location for solo travellers, romantic couples and families, since it combines tranquility with adventure. The name of the village, “Mesana”, means “being in-between”, since the village has been a link to many interesting places and sights from its very birth. Our cottage, “Boubouki”, which means “blossom”, is a hidden gem in the very heart of this small and quiet village, combining tradition with modernity. Whether you are an active walker wishing to explore the numerous hiking routes of the area, a nature-loving family, an artist seeking inspiration or a couple that wants to stay away from noisy tourist retreats, Boubouki is the ideal place for your holidays, available at all seasons.
The cottage can accommodate up to 6 guests. Its facilities include: a master bedroom, a twin bedroom, a double bed couch, a fully equipped kitchen, washing machine, iron, toilet/shower, fans, heating, a small fireplace, LED TV, radio, wifi, a cosy antique living room and dining room, a veranda with breathtaking views of the mountains, as well as a big garden with wild trees and flowers, and a swimming pool for total relaxation.
Mesana village, included in the wine villages of Cyprus, is also very close to another beautiful village – Salamiou (2 minutes by car / 10 minutes on foot) – where there are restaurants, mini markets, the Centre of Environmental Education, an open air cinema, Salamiou hospital, as well as many other facilities. Boubouki is only 30-35 minutes away from the city of Paphos and its amazing museums and beaches and close to Arminou Dam, Dhiarizos Valley, Tzelefos Medieval Bridge, The Monastery of the Virgin Mary the Salamiotissa, natural/cycling paths and several other sights.
Boubouki used to be my grandmother’s house, the home of Marianna Christofidou, a hard working woman born in the early 90s. Before that it used to be the school of Mesana village, and at some point its ground floor was used as a warehouse for the storing of raisins. We will do our best to make you feel at home because this place was, is, and will always be an important part of our lives!
Looking forward to welcoming you to our world!
Please, feel at home!
And the telescope “Sky Watcher” at Boubouki, exclusively for our guests…