Troodos and Rural Cyprus
- Troodos peak at 1,952 meters
- Pine and cedar forests
- Scattered villages, monasteries and churches
- Home to the island’s wine making region
- Agro-touristic lodging and small boutique properties
- Nature trails
The island’s largest mountain range, Troodos,reaches 1,952 meters at Olympus peak. Dense pine and cedar stretches from the Paphos forest all the way to the Macheras monastery outside Nicosia.
Rural Cyprus is scattered with small and picturesque villages, each with its own character and local legends. From the wine producing villages outside north of Limassol and Paphos to the forest encircled communities of Platres and Kakopetria, Troodos is home to hundreds of churches, monasteries and heritage sites as well as leading wineries, restaurants and tavernas that give the visitor a taste of the real Cyprus.
In the winter, ski slopes can be snow filled by late November to early March while the distance from the slopes to the Limassol coast is less than forty minutes making it an urban legend among Cypriots that one can ski in the morning and surf in the evening all in the same day.
- Mount Olympus
- Kykkos Monastery
- Caledonia waterfalls
- Byzantine churches protected by Unesco
- Omodhos village
- Paphos forest
- Cedar Valley
- Mouflon reserve
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