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Goudi is a village in the Chrysochous valley of the Pafos district nestled on the banks of River Tzelepis. It is situated 100 meters above sea level and is spread over a mild hillside between 60 and 120 meters.
Cereals, pulses, tobacco, vegetables, vines, citrus, almonds, olives and carobs are grown in the area. One olive press still working in the village. Goudi is linked to the south and southeast with the villages of Holli, Skoulli and to the east with the main road of Pafos - Polis. It is 6 kilometers from Polis and lies 250 meters from the river of Chrysochous.
The most important source as to the origin of the present-day settlement is De Mas Latrie (French Researcher) who mentions the village with the name 'Vouti'. He also includes it in the list of the Lusignano-Venetian royal estate and places it in the Chrysochous countryside together with eleven other villages. According to one interpretation, the village is named after the first settler or owner of the village, who was probably called Goudis. It may, however, come from the word 'Voutima' (dip in water), or Vouttin' (small earthenware jar).
Activities and places of interest
Visit the village Church, Swim in Latchi and Polis beaches just a few minutes drive away, Hike in the area’s Nature trails ( ‘Aphrodite’, ‘Adonis’ , ‘ Smigies’ and ‘Avakas Gorge’ trails) and follow the Wine Routes no. 1 (Laona – Akamas) and no. 2 (Vouni-Ambelitis), explore Akamas peninsula national park and go to Lara Beach.
Supermarkets and coffee shop
Larnaka airport – 159 km
Pafos airport – 40 km
Some 22km from Pafos town lies the beautiful village Choulou, built at 350 m above sea level. The villagers' main occupation is viticulture and the cultivation of grain, broad beans, tobacco, almond trees, olive trees, carob trees and citrus fruit. There was a time when the village had a mixed population of Greek and Turkish Cypriots, while in the Middle Ages it was a famous feudal estate, associated with the well known medieval Cypriot song 'Arodafnousa'.
The name of the village comes from the founder and first settler of the area, who was from Syria. It is said that the name “Houlio” was the title that brought officials the Bektashi guild dervishes of Syria. Another version of the origin is that the founder of the settlement is of a Syrian family: “Goul”, or the Syrian original family of the white genoas’, with the surname “Guli”. Later, during the reign of King Peter the 1st Montolif and his family, whose origins were from the south of France.
The inhabitants of the village are no more than 120 locals, together with a few expats who moved permanently to the village.
Activities and Places of Interest
Visit the Holy Cross, Saint Kononas, the Venetian church, Saint Theodoros (8th century church), and the Byzantine church dedicated to Saint George, the watermill, the lower fountain (Kato-Vrysi), the Church of Panagia Pantanassas, the mosque, the Ezousa River and Ammati forest and the two stone arched ancient bridges in the village. Follow the wine routes of the area and visit the old village of Lemona and "Tsagkarides winery". Walk through the villages of Choulou and Lemona to enjoy the sounds of nature.
2 Coffee shops and taverns in the village.
Larnaka airport – 143 km
Pafos airport – 25.7 km
Episkopi is a lovely traditional Cyprus village built on the west side of the Ezousas River. It is situated 12 kilometres from Paphos, 14 kilometres from the sea. The surroundings of Episkopi are characterized by a beautiful landscape with lots of citrus trees. It is an idyllic location on the east bank of the Ezousa river surrounded by greenery, as the trees by the riverbank, having an abundant supply of water, have grown dense and lofty. The village entrance is marked by a steep rock that dominates the village and the valley underneath. Few metres away is the Saint Ilarion Church (Agios Ilarion) that dates back to 1192 (Frankish period). According to tradition, the Saint led an ascetic life in this craggy location. The cave where he lived and died in 371 AD watches over the settlement. In the village there is also a chapel of Archangelou Michael and the new church of Saint Ilarionas.
A stroll around the village reveals to visitors that the traditional core of the village remains unchanged. The old stone drinking fountain with its characteristic arches still stands. The narrow, often steep, streets follow the natural gradient of the land and the houses are build in the local greyish-brown limestone. The village environmental information centre is surrounded by a botanical garden where the significant plants of the area, organised in thematic groups (habitats, endemics, bulbs, rare plants) may be seen. There are also many other plants typical of Cyprus which are not found in the Ezousa valley, as well as geological specimens from the main geological formations of the valley.
Activities and Places of Interest
Go for picnic on the east bank of the Ezousa river. Go for climbing at the Episkopi rock. Walk the nature trail Episkopi - Kallepeia village (linear) - Starting Point: 200 m from Episkopi Environmental center, birdwatching, photography, painting, Minthis Hill and Tsada Golf courts are only 6 kms away, nearest beach is only 15 minutes away, follow the Wine Routes no 2 (Vouni - Ambelitis) and 3 (Diarizos valley). Visit Episkopi Environmental Information center (Opening hours:June - February: 09:00-14:00 Monday - Friday, March - May: 09:30-14:00 Monday - Saturday)
2 coffee shops, taverns are available in the nearby villages of Nata and Konia.
Pafos Airport: 14.6 km
Larnaka Airport: 131 km
"Gateway" to the Akamas. Ideally situated between Pafos and Latsi, this prety village built of stone is set on top of the low hills of the Laona plateau. Kathikas is 22kms from Pafos and 14kms from Latsi and has a long history as a resting place for merchants travelling with their animals, getting some refreshments at the old in which existed at the time between the two towns. Kathikas' central location makes it an ideal base from where to explore such areas as Polis, the Baths of Aphrodite, the Akamas Peninsula, the turtle hatchery at Lara Bay, to mention but a few. The village offers something for everyone. Famous for its vineyards the village is surrounded by vines and is renowned for the quality of its grapes.
Activities and Places of Interest
Visit the wineries and Organic and biological museum, Visit the village Church/Chapels, Swim in Latchi , Polis and Akamas Peninsula, Hike in the area’s Nature trails ( ‘Aphrodite’, ‘Adonis’ , ‘ Smigies’ and ‘Avakas Gorge’ trails)
Traditional taverns, Coffeeshops, Tourist information office, Bank, Grocery stores
Larnaca Airport - 152km
Paphos Airport - 33.9km
Polis which in Greek means town, is one of the most beautiful areas in Cyprus , near romantic sites, close to where Aphrodite, goddess of love and beauty, used to meet her beloved Adonis. Polis is built on the northest of Cyprus , near Akamas Peninsula with its renowned Baths of Aphrodite . Akamas is a nature reserve of exceptional natural beauty and eventually become a national park. The whole Polis area has been beautifully blessed by nature and combines the beauty of mountain, sea and plain. It's seas are clean and cool summer nights. The area is especially suited to people with special interests who enjoy activities when on holiday. Polis is a perfect refuge for mental and physical relaxation and recreation. Those wishing to escape the stress and routine of daily life, will find an ideal place of calm and rest, in an enviroment of unparalleled beauty. Life in Polis still rolls along at a quiet pace without too many crowds or noise. Polis is the favourite spot of demanding visitors in search of a quality holiday in a friendly, sociable enviroment.
Polis is 35Km from Paphos - a 30 minute car ride. The tow towns are linked by regular bus routes every day except Sunday. Polis is 25 minutes from the Tsada Golf Course.
Activities and places of interest
Visit the village Church/Chapels, Swim in Latchi , Polis and Akamas Peninsula, Aphrodite's Baths, Hike in the area’s Nature trails ( ‘Aphrodite’, ‘Adonis’ , ‘ Smigies’ and ‘Avakas Gorge’ trails) and follow the Wine Routes no. 1 (Laona – Akamas) and no. 2 (Vouni-Ambelitis),
Go fishing in the picturesque fishing port of Latchi which is only 5-minute drive away, Photography, Visit Marion-Arsinoe museum and Polis Culture centre
Banks,Pharmacies, Hospital supermarkets, bakeries, bars, restaurants, traditional taverns,taxis, car rentals, opticians, DVD rental shops
Larnaka airport – 165 km
Pafos airport – 46.4 km
The village of Arodhes lies about 23 kms northeast of the town of Paphos, at an altitude of 590 m above sea level. The sea is only 7 kms away, and the village itself is close to the Akamas peninsula. Arodes is composed of two smaller settlements; Pano Arodes (mainly Greek Cypriot) and Kato Arodes (previously mainly Turkish Cypriot). "The mediaeval name of the village was Rhodes, from the fact that it was the property of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, whose headquarters were until 1522 in the island of Rhodes''. "The Christian village contains an eighteenth-century Church of St. Kelandion, an early bishop of Paphos. To the north side of the church lies the large stone sarcophagus of St. Agapiticos, while the companion one of St. Misiticos is to the south. The village legend is that those who wish to win the love of a person, be it a girl or boy, come secretly at night and chip off a fragment of the sarcophagus of St. Agapiticos. This is powedered and introduced into the loved one's drink, who will immediately reciprocate the donor's passion. Conversely, should a person desire to quarrel with another, he merely carries out the same procedure with powedered stone from the sarcophagus of St. Misiticos. It is interesting to note that the latter is far more worn away than that of St. Agapiticos, but this is explained by the fact that its powers are much in request by young men and women who wish to change their lovers.
Activities & Places of Interest
Visit Saint Kalandion and the 'Virgin of Chrysospiliotissa' churches and Avakas Irinis and Dipotamos gorges, some of the most impressive gorges in Cyprus. The Holy well of Saint Kalandion, in a peaceful valley one kilometre outside the village, has recently been restored. Water from this well is said to be beneficial for sufferers from skin diseases. Hike in the areas many nature trails.
Grocery Shop, Coffee shop, Tavernas and Bank can be found in Kathikas village which is 5 minutes drive away.
Larnaca Airport - 154km
Paphos Airport - 35.9km
The picturesque village of Droushia with its traditional architecture, narrow streets, small coffee shops, museums and Byzantine churches largely preserves the genuine traditional community unaffected by modern day civilization. With 386 inhabitants, the village stands 600 meters above sea level in a unique island region, which is rich in natural wellness right at the outskirts of the famous Akamas peninsula. The village, situated at the Laona plateau and only 27 km from the town of Paphos and 10 km from Polis, is a lovely location with stunning seaside and mountain views. Due to its altitude, a cool breeze coming from the Akamas Peninsula refreshes the village. In fact, one legend suggests that the village derives its name from the Greek word “Drosia” meaning “cool and fresh”. If you are wondering what to do during your stay, you’ll be happy to know that there are plenty of sites and attractions to visit.
Activities & Places of Interest
Visit the Monastery of Saint George Nikoxilitis and Saint Epiphanios church, the Weaving Museum, Discover the delicious minimally processed goat’s-milk dairy products from the family owned creamery located at the heart of the village, visit Akamas Peninsula, hike in the area’s Nature trails ( ‘Aphrodite’, ‘Adonis’ , ‘ Smigies’ and ‘Avakas Gorge’ trails), Mountain Bike, Bird Watching, the Droushia open-air theatre, overlooking the view of Polis bay, hosts numerous events during the summer months.
2 coffee shops, 2 supermarkets, traditional tavern
Larnaca Airport - 158km
Paphos Airport - 35.6km
To the northeast of Pafos, some 13 km away, is Kallepeia, built at 500m above sea level. The village of Kallepeia is so well known for its beauty, that its name actually derives from the Greek word of the same meaning.
Today Kallepeia preserves many of its old, authentic features such as the stone built houses with the large courtyards, the great number of pitchers, clay pots and earthenware jars, the stone built wine-press, the abundance of marble rocks (of the area) most impressively seen on the Monastery of the Holy Cross which is built entirely out of marble. Of great importance is also the old church of Ayios Georgios.
The surrounding area is overgrown with rich vegetation, plantations and vineyards and lends itself to beautiful walks.
Visit the churches/chapels and the stone monument in the village square consisting of three plates ,one for the heroes of the community, one for benefactors and one for those offered to their work in education and culture,Enjoy a walk in the Ezousa crossing river.
Swim and hike in Latchi , Polis and Akamas Peninsula,and in the area’s Nature trails ( ‘Aphrodite’, ‘Adonis’ , ‘ Smigies’ and ‘Avakas Gorge’ trails) , follow the Wine Routes no. 1 (Laona – Akamas) and no. 2 (Vouni-Ambelitis).Minthis hill golf court is just few minutes away.
Cafe-restaurant, Tavern, two Coffee shops, Youth Club
Larnaca Airport - 138km
Paphos Airport - 21.3km
Built on a hill in the traditional architectural style of the area and situated about 23 km north of Pafos, is the village of Akourdalia, split in two parts, Pano Akourdaleia and Kato Akourdaleia. According to one tradition, the village acquired its name from the French phrase "au cours de I'eau" meaning in water. Another interpretation refers to the word "korda", meaning the long strong rope made in the village. This small picturesque village offers a sense of serenity and calmness, accompanied by
the beautiful chirping of birds. The natural environment of the village, with the Chrysochou valley below, is rich in vegetation, vines, carob trees, almond trees,citrus trees and grain, inviting the visitor to go on an adventure of exploration. Akourdalia is part of the Laona project. Pano Akourdaleia
Walk through this attractive village to the Botanical and Herbal Museum, the oldest such museum in Cyprus, where you will see a wide variety of Cypriot aromatic herbs. It fell into disuse for a long time but is now functioning once more, the interest of botanists and nature lovers. The village has a traditional character and is ideal for photography. In Kato Akourdaleia visit the tiny, restored medieval chapel of Ayia Paraskevi, and the Millers House, set near an imposing gorge, about a 30 minute walk form the village (or a rough ride); Also visit the local community's 'Rural Life Museum', which offers the visitor an insight into local art craft and culture.
Visit the church of Ayia Paraskevi and the Folk Art Museum, Swim in Latchi , Polis and Akamas Peninsula, Hike in the area’s Nature trails ( ‘Aphrodite’, ‘Adonis’ , ‘ Smigies’ and ‘Avakas Gorge’ trails) , follow the Wine Routes no. 1 (Laona – Akamas) and no. 2 (Vouni-Ambelitis), go to Lara Beach and walk through the Botanical and Herbal Museum.
coffee shops, restaurants
Larnaca Airport - 156km
Paphos Airport - 37.3km
On the road from Paphos to Polis, about 13 km before you reach Polis, there is a turning on the left which will take you to the little village of Miliou nestling on the Laona plateau.
Right next door to the springs is the restored monastery of Agii Anargyri which is now being used as a spa hotel. The monastery was built in 1649 and is said to be one of the first ever on the island. It was founded by two brothers who used to care for the sick and dying without taking any payment for it. It is said that this is how the monastery got its name, from the Greek meaning ‘without payment’.
Miliou is one of the smallest villages in Cyprus and has a population of about 60. It is also one of the greenest villages in the area, thanks to an abundant supply of spring water, surrounded by citrus groves, almond trees and vineyards. In early spring the almond blossom is a spectacular sight and the Orange and lemon trees are laden with fruit.
With far-reaching mountain and valley views and unspoilt countryside, Miliou is a delightful rural setting, perfect for long walks and for those who love nature and bird watching as the village is renowned as a nesting site for nightingales. The main bird migrations, when a wide variety of species may be seen, take place in spring and autumn. If you’re more interested in seeing Mother Nature’s spectacular show of spring flowers, then visit between the beginning of March and the end of May. The aroma of the surrounding pine and lemon groves, brought in by the cool valley breeze, provides relief from the hot Cypriot sun.
Village life centers on the coffee shop where the men of the village sit in the shade and put the world to rights while some of the womenfolk work on the old-fashioned looms, making traditional cloth.
The nearest supermarket to Miliou is about four kilometers away. The beaches, taverns, market and shops of Polis and Latchi are about a 20-minute drive away, and another few minutes will take you to the edge of the Akamas peninsula. The Troodos Mountains and the Paphos forest (home of the moufflon, the island's indigenous mountain sheep) are close by and Paphos International Airport is a 45-minute drive away.
Visit the monastery of Ayii Anargyroi, visit the Swim in Latchi , Polis and Akamas Peninsula, Hike in the area’s Nature trails ( ‘Aphrodite’, ‘Adonis’ , ‘ Smigies’ and ‘Avakas Gorge’ trails) , follow the Wine Routes no. 1 (Laona – Akamas) and no. 2 (Vouni-Ambelitis), go to Lara Beach
Cultural centre,coffee shop, restaurant
Larnaca Airport - 152km
Paphos Airport - 33.6km
Some 17km to the southeast of the town of Pafos is the village Nikokleia, amidst a valley crossed by the river Diarizos. Its name is derived from the last king of Pafos, Nikoklis (520 BC) and it is built at 400m above sea level on the west bank of Diarizos.
The Diarizos valley is an interesting habitat for millions of birds, and a host to vineyards, orange orchards, bean and vegetable plantations. Next to the village is the commanding Asprokremmos dam, a remarkable sight to visitors.
At the centre of the village is the church of Ayios Demetrios, of great historical value (AD 1768)
Visit the stony 18th century church of Ayios Demetrios, the old water mill, Nelion winery, Asprokremmos dam where you can fish, Go Cycling, Bird watching, Rock climbing at well known Kourtellorotsos - Hasampoulia rock , follow Wine route 3 (Diarizos valley - Pafos Region)
3 coffee shops, grocery stores
Larnaca Airport - 120 km
Paphos Airport - 11.3 km
Some 33km northeast of Pafos town is the well known village of Panayia. Built of stone in an area of wild, mountainous character with steep slopes, Panayia is 850m above sea level.
A large area of the village forms part of the evergreen Pafos forest, a source of fresh, clean air the visitor will find quite unique. The village was of course named Panayia after the Virgin Mary who is greatly honoured and worshiped in the area. The surrounding area is in fact dominated by historical churches and monasteries, such as the Ayios Nicolaos Monastery (said to have been built by the saint himself), the Monastery of Chrysoroyiatissa, the church of Ayios Georgios, to name but a few. The quiet and hospitable villagers involve themselves with wine-making, cultivating vineyards, raising livestock and poultry.
Look out for the Makarios III Cultural Centre, the family house of the Ethnarch. Make sure you walk the beautiful nature paths in the forest.
Visit the churches Panayia Eleousa and Ayios Georgios and the Monasteries of Panayia Kykkoy, Ayios Nicolaos and Chrysoroyiatissa, the chapel of Panayia of Sarkas and Panayia of Karyon, Visit the House of the Archbishop Makarios III ,the Folk art museum and the Cultural Foundation library. You can also see the Ecclesiastical Treasury of Chrysorogiatissa Monastery and Chrysorogiatissa Library.
Visit the Kannaviou Dam, walk in the Cedar Valley stop by Savros tis Psokas camping site.
Follow the Nature Trail of Vouni Panagias and experience the beauty of nature, Wineries: Vouni Panagias and Chrysoroyia wineries in the village. follow the wine route no. 2 Vouni Panagias-Ambelitis
Cultural Centre, Gallery and Conference Centre, coffee shops, restaurants, banks, 3 grocery stores, Bank, ATM, village taverns, public transport services
Larnaca Airport - 152km
Paphos Airport - 34.4km
In the same direction to the north of Pafos (approximately 23km from the town) is the village of Kato Akourdalia, built on a hill in the traditional architecture of the area. According to one tradition the village acquired its name from the French phrase "a cour de l' eau" meaning "in the course of the water". Another interpretation refers to the word "korda", that is, the long strong rope made in the village. It is located 2km northwest to Miliou village.
This small picturesque village offers a generous sense of serenity and calmness, accompanied by the beautiful chirrup of the birds. The natural environment of the village, with the Chrysochou valley below, is rich in vegetation, vines, carob trees, almond trees, citrus trees and grain, inviting the visitor into an adventure of exploration. On the outskirts of the village is the Folk Art museum and a short hike away is the restored medieval church of Ayia Paraskevi. Kato Akourdalia is also part of the Laona project.
Visit the church of Ayia Paraskevi and the Folk Art Museum, Swim in Latchi , Polis and Akamas Peninsula, Hike in the area’s Nature trails ( ‘Aphrodite’, ‘Adonis’ , ‘ Smigies’ and ‘Avakas Gorge’ trails) , follow the Wine Routes no. 1 (Laona – Akamas) and no. 2 (Vouni-Ambelitis), go to Lara Beach
coffee shops, restaurants
Larnaca Airport - 156km
Paphos Airport - 37.3km
Amargeti, a village of unique beauty with magnificent archaeological findings, is located east of the town of Paphos and belongs to the geographical region of Ampelochoria.
The village is built on an altitude of 390 metres and the annual rainfall is about 600 mm. The scenery is divided by the river network consisted by the river Ezousa on the west and the river Xeropotamos on the east. As the Great Cyprus Encyclopaedia characteristically remarks, “the angle towards the two valleys is appreciable”. The relatively wide alves of Xeropotamos with the meanders and its small alluvial valley is really astonishing”. Vineyards, almond-trees, olive-trees, cereals as well as several fruit-baring trees such as apple-trees, pear-trees and peach-trees, thrive in the village. Both, during the period of the Frankish and Venetian occupation, Amargeti belonged to a feudal lord. In particular, Mas Latrie, includes Amargeti in the list of villages that used to be fiefs during the aforementioned periods. “Sculptures and inscriptions on bases of statues of the Hellenistic and Roman era” that were discovered in the area of Amargeti are of particular interest, both from a historical as well as from an archaeological point of view. The residents of the village deal with agriculture and stock-breeding, but mostly with the cultivation of vineyards. However, some of the residents of the village work in Paphos, since it is only a 25 minute drive. What is more, in the village, people deal with the production of wine and ‘Zivania’ which is the traditional alcoholic drink of Cyprus.
The main church of the community is dedicated to Zoodochos Pigi (Panagia) which was built towards the end of the 19th century, on the foundations of an older church and a chapel dedicated to Saint George. Ruins have found of Agios Agathonikos.
The imposing “Bridge of Routhouni (Nostril)” is located southwest of the community, in a distance of 1 kilometre, at the location “Zimpounieris”. It is a stone-built bridge, which was constructed during the Frankish period and which connected Amargeti community to the neighbouring community of Eledio.
Follow the Wine Route No. 2 (Vouni Panagias - Ambelitis). Go for hiking in Akamas peninsula. Taste traditional Cypriot food in the 2 tavernas of the village. Participate every October in the community Gastronomy Festival. Visit Kalamos and Eleonora wineries, Follow the community circular nature trail which starts from the village square and it is approximately 5.2 km. Visit the Folklor Art Museum which presents tools of many traditional professions such as the one of the shoe maker, the horseshoe fixer, the blacksmith, the bee keeper, the barber, the shepherd, the farmer and the weaver. Photo Exhibition is also available in a small traditional building. Visit the Horse Farm for riding and the traditional products shop to find local Olive Oil and other delicacies.
Coffee Shop, Mini Market, Bank, Tavernas
Larnaca Airport - 137 km
Paphos Airport - 21 km
Lysos is located about 36 kilometres north-east of Pafos. It is the largest - with regard to territory -village of the Pafos district and covers a range of 9,526 hectares. The village is built at an average altitude of 560 metres and it borders with the Nicosia district in the east. The village's highest point is "Tripylos" (1,362 metres), located in the most eastern section of the village, in the "Stavros tis Psokas" region. The largest part of the village's territorial range is covered by forest and wild vegetation. These are the grounds were the Cyprus Mouflon ("Agrino", Ovis Orientalis Ophion Cyprius) and several other rare birds live. There are remarkable Nature Trails in the region, the visitor being able to observe -unique in their kind -plants, birds, and reptiles. A forest police station has its headquarters in "Stavros tis Psokas" and there is also an amazing camping site. A similar site also exists in Agios Merkourios, not falling short in natural beauty.
Lysos receives an average annual rainfall of about 615 millimetres; vines, fruit trees, olive trees, carobs, citrus trees, legumes, cereals, and a few vegetables are cultivated in the region. As far as transportation is concerned, Lysos is connected to Polis Chrysochous via the Meladeia-Peristerona-Steni road. In the north-west it connects to the village Pelathousa and -from there on -to Polis Chrysochous. In the north-east it connects to Stavros tis Psokas, the Monastery of Kykkos, and from there on to the mountain resorts of Troodos. The main church of the village is dedicated to "Panagia Chryseleousa". It was constructed around the end of the 15th or in the beginning of the 16th century and it belongs to the -so called -Frank-Byzantine rhythm, which combines Byzantine and Gothic elements, a dome and arches. The chapel of St. George located east of the village, inside the forest between Lyssos and Kynousa. It was built in the 13th century and it is under the protection of the Antiquities Department.There are also many other chapels around the village.
Visit the Church of Panagia Chryseleousa and the other chapels around the village, the Holy Water and Cave of Agios Charalambos. Follow the wine routes No. 1 (Laona - Akamas) and No. 2 (Vouni Panagias - Ambelitis) which are the nearby areas. Visit "Stavros tis Psokas" to see the famous Cyprus Mouflon(Agrino). Go for hiking in Akamas Peninsula and Troodos Mountains.
Coffee Shop, Mini Market, Tavernas, Training Facilities
Larnaca Airport - 166 km
Paphos Airport - 51 km