Troodos Villages





Wine Villages

Overlooking the sea, on the slopes of Troodos mountain are the renowned villages ‘Krasochoria’. With a history in wine making dating back to the Bronze age, Cyprus has been in the forefront of wine production for over 6,000 years. Their name ‘Krasochoria’ translates to wine villages, denoting their rich history in wine production.

Twenty villages intertwined with the greatest concentration of wineries found on the island promise inebriating landscape views, traditional architecture and picture perfect moments. Sample a range of both white and red wine, as well as the distinguished ancient sweet wine ‘Commandaria’. Pair your wine tasting with exquisite traditional Cypriot cuisine and prepare to be swept away.
Limassol District

Lofou Village

At an altitude of 780 meters, the quaint village of Lofou sits, as its name suggests, on top of the hill. A name retained from Byzantine times. Similar to its name, the village is filled with traditional architecture and winding cobbled streets decorated with rich green vegetation. Being part of one of the wine routes, Lofou is home to grape vines and almond trees, creating picture perfect settings.

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Limassol District

Vouni Village

Spread on the sun-kissed slopes of Troodos mountains, at an altitude of 800 meters is the picturesque Vouni village. Filled with stone built houses, completed with traditional wooden doors and narrow balconies, and mapped by cobbled streets the village promises to offer a scenic experience to all visitors.

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Limassol District

Arsos Village

Clinging from the slopes of Laona mountain, at an altitude of 850 meters, is the Arsos village. Believed to be named after the Holy Alsos ( gorve) of the Goddess Aphrodite, where the village was built or as one of the four towns founded by Ptolemy Philadelphos in honour of Arsinoe, the village holds history in its eminence.

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Limassol District

Omodos Village

On the foothills of Troodos mountain, the village of Omodos is a popular destination for wine lover and culture enthusiasts alike. Maintaining its traditional character with stone built housed, cobbled streets and leafy green environs, the village is one of the most charming village of the island.

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Limassol District

Vasa Koilaniou Village

Surrounded by mountains, on sloped overgrown with vines is the picturesque village of Vasa Koilaniou. It is one of the wine producing villages of the Troodos area.

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Limassol District

Potamiou Village

Emerging at an altitude of 670 meters, on the west banks of Ha Potami river, is the picturesque village of Potamiou. Its history dating back to the Middle ages, its name derived from the location it was built in.

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Limassol District

Pachna Village

On the foothills of the Troodos mountain region, at an altitude of 745 meter, is the quaint village of Pachna. Its name originates from its geographical location as it is built amongst four hills, making it look like ‘pachni’ (meaning stable).

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Limassol District

Agios Amvrosios Village

Situated on the north-west of Limaasol, is the village known throughout Europe for its wine culture, the village of Agio Amvrosios. Filled with traditional stone built houses perched on hilly expanse surrounded by vineyards create a beautiful scenic environment.

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Limassol District

Koilani Village

On the west bank of the Kryos River, is the historic wine village of Koilani. Found at an altitude of 820 meters, the village is surrounded by hilltops creating magnificent views.

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Limassol District

Malia Village

Located amongst vineyards, 34 km northwest of Limassol, is the Malia village.

There is a notable divide in the village as in the past it was inhabited by both Turkish and Greek Cypriots. The houses are the only proof of those times. In the upper neighbourhood are large sized...

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Limassol District

Mandria Village

Surrounded by narrow deep valleys and high mountain tops, at an altitude of 830 meters, one finds the village of Mandria.

Blessed with high rainfall, the village thrives in the cultivation of a variety of vines for winemaking, a variety of fruit trees such as apple, pear, cherry and plum trees, walnut, almond and olive trees.

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Limassol District

Pera Pedi Village

Encircled by mountains, at an altitude of 777 meters, is the village of Pera Pedi. Being one of the first villages to cultivate apple trees, it became renowned as the apple producing village. The Kryos river runs across the village creating magical environs.

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Limassol District

Αgios Τherapon Village

The qauint wine village of Agios Therapon, is located on the hills of the Troodos Mountain at an altitude of 640 meters. Its name originates from Saint Therapon, who practiced asceticism in the location of the current church and the Holy water.

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Limassol District

Dora Village

Within the wine producing village, at an altitude of 615 meters, lies the village of Dora. Located of the foothills of Kordylas Mountain between the river of Ha Potami and Diarizos, the village has been known since the Middle Ages.

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