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Akamas Peninsula

The Akamas peninsula, covers about 230 square km and is located on the western tip of Cyprus It is an area of great natural beauty unaffected by development. The uniqueness of the area for Cyprus, and for the whole of the Mediterranean, is centered on its precious ecology. The diversity of flora and fauna living in this relatively small area is truly impressive.

A vitally important characteristic of this peninsula is its beaches. Akamas is the last large unspoiled coastal area remaining in Cyprus and one of the very few important sea turtle nesting areas in the Mediterranean.

Cycling Routes

Enjoy the fresh air of the mountains, the unspoiled views to the sea, the sounds of nature and the smell of the forest, by following one of the cycling routes of the cycling network, that the Troodos area provides.

From the Troodos square to every village around or have a round of the park passing by all the picturesque mountain resorts.

Visit the Sports and Fun Centre, for more information and Fun!

Byzantine Heritage

Cyprus, being predominantly Christian Orthodox, has a great number of Byzantine monuments. Ten of these hold such historical and artistic significance and hold such value that UNESCO has included them in its list of World Heritage Sites. In the Troodos Mountain range, the most important monuments of the history of Byzantine painting have survived. These are the painted churches which have to this day preserved brilliant examples  of various trends of Byzantine and post-Byzantine monumental art, from the 11th to the 19th century.

Wine Routes

A journey into the magnificent inland landscape along with the pleasure of locally produced wines. In this small island the production of wine dates back some 6000 years. Get to know the wonderful Cyprus wines by wine-tasting and try the grape based delicacies in the traditional villages, old monasteries or wine museums. The CTO (Cyprus Tourism Organisation) made seven wine routes where visitors can get acquainted with the island’s enchanting and humble  wineries. These wine routes in the Limassol, Pafos and Larnaka districts are visible on many different roads with road signs bearing the name of the wine route.

Cape Greko National Forest Park

This rocky cape on the south-east coast of Cyprus is an area of natural splendour that has officialy been declared a National Forest Park and conservation covering an area of nearly 4 milion square meters.

Explore the multitude of intriguing nature trails lined with pine trees and a diverse botanical splendour whilst pausing to take in the spectacular views from the sea cliffs looking down to the beautiful Mediterranean Sea. Many benches are spread out along these trails to take a break from the walk and admire the surroundings in stillness.

The Aphrodite nature trail which stretches 2 km along the North-East coast of Cape Greko which doubles up as a Cultural Route due to the mythical birth place of Aphrodite.

A lovely monument to visit is the tiny white washed church of Agioi Anargyroi with steps that lead down to the sea where there is a place where Holy water runs. Another trail leads to the ‘Cyclops’ cave where there is a picnic site close by. Specially made cycling paths are strewn throughout.

Taking a boat trip along the coast you will see that they are really striking, which is why they have been aptly named the ‘Palaces’. Cape Greko has warm sea temperatures ranging from 160C to 280C and visibility reaching up to 40 metres. For this reason,  and not to mention the wonderful scenery and the marine life, this area is very popular for divers.

Troodos UNESCO Global Geopark

Troodos is the largest mountain range in Cyprus, located in roughly the center of the island. Troodos highest peak is Mount Olympus at 1,952 meters, which hosts four ski slopes. The Troodos mountains are known worldwide for their geology and the presence of an undisturbed ophiolite sequence, the Troodos Ophiolite.The Troodos Geopark includes 110 communities with a total population of approximately 25,000 residents. The region combines enormous geological interest with the unique natural environment of Troodos, a long history of human settlements and the population’s local customs and traditions.

Rural Cyprus

Cyprus is an enviable worldwide sun and sea holiday destination with year-round sunshine, blue skies and warm waters. However, this fascinating island has much more to offer. Away from the tourist areas, the Cyprus countryside has a diverse wealth of its own with traditional villages, vineyards and wineries, tiny fresco-painted churches. Enjoy a different kind of holiday in Cyprus off the beaten track in peace and tranquillity by staying in a restored traditional house or a hotel in one of the island’s many picturesque villages. Awaken to the sound of a cock crowing, or a donkey braying, take your breakfast in the shade of a vine with the smell of jasmine or wild thyme in the air, go for a long walk in the pine-scented forest, watch how the local bread and halloumi cheese are made and experience rural living at first hand. And when the sun goes down, just lie back and enjoy Cyprus’ magical evenings gazing at one of the starriest skies you will ever see, lulled by the gentle sounds of the night crickets. More than just for summer, Cyprus is perfect at any time of the year.

Cyprus Agrotourism Company has members owners of traditional lodgings and small hotels in the rural areas. The houses are spread over 60 villages, near the coast of Lamaka and Pafos regions and in the Troodos Mountains, covering Limassol and Nicosia regions. The properties are a great base from where to explore the island. Carefully renovated to maintain their distinctive character, while including all modern conveniences, they are ideal for those seeking comfort and privacy in friendly and attractive surroundings.

Visit the new website where you can find all the details for each house/hotel, the villages, the activities, the events and festivals taking place in the  hidden land of Cyprus.


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