10 Cypriot villages worth visiting again

10 Cypriot villages worth visiting again

Even if you are a connoisseur of Cypriot villages, it is useful to refresh your impressions and visit familiar villages again and again. We have chosen 10 villages that are definitely worth visiting again.

1. Kathikas:

Kathikas is a village with stone houses and vineyards located between Paphos and Polis Chrysochous. Despite its modest size, there is something to see and delicious food to eat. And from the top of Agios Georgios, there is a stunning view of the entire west coast, from Paphos airport to Akamas, and you can watch magical sunsets.

2. Miliou:

Something in Miliou has really changed. Shortly before the beginning of 2020, this idyllic village received an award in the category of “Tourist route for maintaining health and good mood”. After that, Miliou was included in the list of European Destinations of Excellence (EDEN).

3. Kalavasos:

The perfect place to spend a weekend. The village is visited to see the preserved remains of an ancient settlement dating back to 9,000 BC. and the local library, built in the colonial style, the temple and the reservoir.

4. Tochni:

The village of Tochni is located on the banks of the Tetios River. It is worth visiting for the local taverns with traditional food, stone houses, narrow streets and an ancient temple that houses a part of the Life-Giving Cross.

5. Lofou:

Lofou is a village located 800 meters above sea level. There is an agrarian and private ethnographic museum, and an old olive press.

6. Kakopetria:

You don’t need a special reason to visit Kakopetria, it is beautiful in its own right. In winter, a mountain river roars here and in some places there is snow. The village has many taverns and restaurants, shops and cute little houses.

7. Omodos:

One of the most famous villages on the island is rich in churches and preserved old buildings. There are several wineries near the village that offer wine tastings.

8. Pelendri:

Pelendri is a village in the Pitsilia region, which is famous for its vineyards. The main local delicacy here is grape paluzes and zivania, the festival of which is held in this village every autumn. There are many wineries around the village where you can taste red, white and rosé wines, Commandaria or zivania, as well as buy something home

9. Apšu:

The village of Apšu is located 20 km north of Limassol. Everyone who loves to photograph landscapes will love it. At the foot of Mount Kakomallis is the monastery of the Most Holy Theotokos Aμιρου. The locals, if asked, will show you the path that leads to the cave with stalactites.

10. Platres:

In the vicinity of the village there are two waterfalls – Millomeris and Caledonia. We also recommend visiting two wineries in Kato Platres and a chocolate factory where they make sweets with Commandaria.

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