Troodos Villages



Pitsilia Villages

Located east of Mount Olympos, the Pitsilia region comprises of 11 quaint villages nestled amid vineyards and valleys. The Pisilia village, a Nom d’Origine winner, along with the rest picturesque villages are scattered around the hillsides of Madari, Macharas and Papoutsa. The fertile land and high altitude of the region allow for a slow and effortless grape maturity contributing to the richness of the wine. Dominated by local grape varieties, the region promises an exceptional wine experience.

Nicosia District

Palaichori village

The quaint village of Palaichori, sits at an altitude of 930 meters. Separated by the Serrache River, the village trives in the cultivation of vineyards, fruit and trees.

Maintainig its tradition architecture, in the sea of green stone built houses with tiled roofs are dotted on the hill. Find accommodation in one of the beautiful houses. Explore the village and taste the...

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Limassol District

Kyperounta Village

Climbing upwards toward the Troodos mountains, at an altitude of 1,300 meters is the village of Kyperounta. It holds the title of the third highest village on the island and stands out for its uphill roads.

A charming village which maintains its traditional character, featuring houses with tiles roofs, grapevines and paved narrow alleys.

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Limassol District

Agros village

The village of roses, located at an altitude of 1100 meters, Agros village is one of the most interesting villages of the region.

Built amphitheatrically, it keeps its historical and cultural site in natural environment preserving their traditional character and beauty. Apart from the world renowned rose production, the village also...

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Nicosia District

Pelendri village

Surrounded by steep mountains and rough deep valleys, situated at an altitude of 800 meters is the alluring village of Peledri.

Preserving to a large degree its traditional architecture, houses built with local rock gabbrou, closed behind wooden doors decorated with blooming yards created a scenic environment.

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Nicosia District

Askas Village

The village of Askas, sits at an altitude of 900 meters. Surrounded by steep mountains, rich green valleys and crossed by the river Askas the village is the picture perfect location. As a small village, it maintains its traditional character with folk stone built houses, dark wooden doors and narrow...

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Nicosia District

Farmakas Village

Perched on the slopes of Troodos mountain sits the quant village of Farmakas. Explore Cypriot rural living, and take in the breathtaking views of mountain slopes and vast green.

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Nicosia District

Gourri Village

Standing at the foothills of Machairas forest is the scenic village of Gourri. A scenic village preserving its traditional character with the cobbled alleys, stone built houses and wood details.

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Limassol District

Agios Theodoros Village

At the foothills of Papoutsa mountains, at an altitude of 1023 meters, stands the village of Agios Theodoros Pitsilia. Built on the seven hills, it is the third highest village of the island.

Explore the village and be welcomed by scenic sights. Almond, peach, cherry and apple trees along with pine trees decorate the traditional houses bringing them to life. Vines have the leading role amongst the vegetation, creating a small terrestrial paradise.

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Limassol District

Chandria Village

The second highest village of the island, Chandria is built on the southern slopes of Madaris at an altitude of 1275 meters.

The village is divided by the tributaries of the river Limnati, with small narrow valleys. In the valleys walnut, apple, pear, peach and other fruit trees are cultivated. Decorating the slopes are vines and almond trees.

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Limassol District

Potamitissa Village

The village Potamitissa stands at an altitude of 820 meters, among pine clad mountain peaks.

Researchers have discovered that a Byzantine monastery dedicated to Panagia Eleous was found near the present village.

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Nicosia District

Polystypos Village

Polystypos, a village dotted with springs and streams, colored by vineyards and wild vegetation, is the destination which exudes tranquility. Traditional houses flaunt the countryside character of the area, enhancing the village’s...

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Nicosia District

Platanistasa Village

In the northern slope of the Troodos mountain range lies the small village of Platanistasa. Built at an altitude of 940 meters, within steep mountains and narrow valleys and the river Serrachis running across.

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Nicosia District

Alona Village

Within the vast Pistilia area, at an altitude of 1,200 meters discover the village of Alona. Travel north of the Troodos mountain and explore the village which has existed since Frankish times.

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Limassol District

Sykopetra Village

On the eastern foothills of the Pitsilia region, stands the village of Sykopetra. Surrounded by citrus orchards, the small village offers immense natural beauty with wild vegetation and fragrant aromas. Its existence is estimated since the period of The Kingdoms of Cyprus. Legend has it that the name...

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Limassol District

Agios Ioannis Village

On the foothills of Papoutsa mountain the beautiful graphic village of Agios Ioannis stands proud. Rising at an altitude of 880 meters, its history dates back to the 12th century. Its named derives from Saint John Lampadistis, who on his journey stay for a while at the village.

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Limassol District

Amiantos Village

Situated at the foot of Troodos mountain, Amiantos village holds a distinct wild beauty. In the past the viallges was divided in two neighboring villages; Kato Amiantos and Pano Amiantos.

It holds a special place in Cypriot history as it once thrived as a mining village. The Amiantos mine, where asbestos was mined, determined the morphology of the area as a crater and rubble was...

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Limassol District

Dymes Village

The small village of Dymes is built at an altitude of 960 meters, on the foothills of Troodos Mountains. Enchancing the magnificent wild vegetation are fruit trees such as apple trees, vineyards, olive, almond and walnut tree. The village is famous for its high quality apples.

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Limassol District

Agridia Village

The village of Agridia sits at an altitude of 1100 meters of the hillside of Pitsilia. A scenic village with winding narrow streets, framed by traditional houses overflowing with pots colored by the season’s blooms.

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Limassol District

Kato Mylos Village

Perched 750 meters above sea level, on the slopes of the Troodos Mountain is the small village of Kato Mylos. Traditional homes emerge from a dense vegetation creating an portrait of natural beauty.

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Limassol District

Fterikoudi Village

The quaint village of Fterikoudi is built at an altitude of 1050 meters in the verdant slopes of Troodos mountain. The village dates back to 1570, and hosts important relics of history. Recent excavations unearthed an ancient temple and a tomb entrance dating back to the Mycenaean era.

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Limassol District

Lagoudera Village

On the foothiils of Madari, at an altitude of 1000 meters, lies the village of Lagoudera. Belonging amonagst the tallest twenty village of the island, it offers views of mountain tops and wild vegetation. Expanses of wild uncultivated land are filled with pine trees, golden oak, the sumac, chamomile and hazel nut trees as well as wild rose bushes.

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Limassol District

Livadia Village

Below the mountains of Madari at an altitude of 1000 meters, the village of Livadia Pitsilias offers magnificent views of steep slopes and wild vegetation. Surrounded by mountains, pine and oak trees, and crossed by the river Peristerona and Elias, enjoy environs bursting with lush greenery, ensuing tranquility.

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Limassol District

Alithinou Village

The small village of Alithinou is located on rugged mountainous landscape, at an altitude on 930 meters. Its name originates from the first inhabitant whose surname was ‘Alithinou’.

Encounter this small village, and admire unspoilt folk architecture of stone built houses, blending into lush vegetation. Its habitants are only 9 and it belong to the villages which was abandoned due to the harsh landscape which left no room for crop cultivation.

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