- 1 Where is Aphrodite Hills Cyprus open?
- 2 What country is Aphrodite Hills in?
- 3 Who owns Aphrodite Hills resort?
- 4 How far is Aphrodite Hills from the beach?
- 5 Who won golf Cyprus 2020?
- 6 How many golf courses are there in Cyprus?
- 7 How many courses are there in Aphrodite Hills?
- 8 Where in Cyprus is Paphos?
Where is Aphrodite Hills Cyprus open?
The Aphrodite Hills Cyprus Open was a professional golf tournament that was held from 29 October to 1 November 2020 at the Aphrodite Hills Resort, in Paphos, Cyprus.
What country is Aphrodite Hills in?
Located on the stunning island of Cyprus, nestled in the heart of the Mediterranean, Aphrodite Hills Resort is destined to mesmerise you with its incredible beauty.
Who owns Aphrodite Hills resort?
BANK of Cyprus completed the sale of its stake in Aphrodite Hills Ltd to a group of investors, for €90 million, keeping a minority stake of 10%.
How far is Aphrodite Hills from the beach?
Bonamare Beach is located just 15km from Aphrodite Hills Resort, in Timi. The Beach operates from May through to October. This is an amazing beach where our guests can relax in a quiet and serene environment and make the most of the Restaurant and Bar.
Who won golf Cyprus 2020?
Callum Shinkwin defeated Kalle Samooja in a play-off to claim a maiden European Tour victory in Cyprus, while former Ryder Cup winner Jamie Donaldson finished tied-third with Robert MacIntyre and Garrick Higgo.
How many golf courses are there in Cyprus?
How many golf courses are there in Cyprus? There are 10 golf courses in Cyprus, PGA National at Aphrodite Hills, Minthis, Secret Valley, Elea, Nicosia, Vikla, Limassol, JSGC Dhekelia, JSGC Episkopi in the South and Korineum in North Cyprus.
How many courses are there in Aphrodite Hills?
The first ever leisure and golf development of its kind in Cyprus, Aphrodite Hills Golf Resort is home to a magnificent 18-hole championship golf course.
Where in Cyprus is Paphos?
Paphos is on the South West coast of Cyprus and has two individual areas. Ktima, the old town area, is inland and uphill with several museums, shops and the municipal market. The other part of town is Kato Paphos, the main tourist area near the harbour, with hotels, restaurants and UNESCO sites.