Cyprus Villages
  • Kato Mylos

    Originally there were two water mills in the area, pano (upper) and kato (lower) mylos. In later years th ...

    Originally there were two water mills in the area, pano (upper) and kato (lower) mylos. In later years the small village of Kato Mylos was founded at the site of one of the mills. French writer De Mas ...

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  • Zoopigi

    The name of the village means 'life-giving spring'. At 885m above sea level, the village provides panoram ...

    The name of the village means 'life-giving spring'. At 885m above sea level, the village provides panoramic views to the south and west of the Pitsilia area. As in most of the villages of Pitsilia, th ...

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  • Kyperounta

    The name of the village is derived from the name of the plant 'kypiros', or vicia that grew in the area. ...

    The name of the village is derived from the name of the plant 'kypiros', or vicia that grew in the area. Kyperounta is a thriving community which developed rapidly in the last 10 years. The upper road ...

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  • Dymes

    This village of steep narrow streets and stone - built houses is situated 1000 meters above sea level. Th ...

    This village of steep narrow streets and stone - built houses is situated 1000 meters above sea level. The church of the village is dedicated to Ioannis Prodromos (Saint John the Baptist). The people ...

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  • Agios Pavlos

    This small village is built on the southern slops of the Papoutsa peak and has abundant water which gushe ...

    This small village is built on the southern slops of the Papoutsa peak and has abundant water which gushes out of the rocks at an area called Styrakas which is surrounded by walnut and plane trees. Ag ...

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  • Agios Constantinos

    Agios Constantinos is the only village in Cyprus bearing the name of St. Constantine, one of the early By ...

    Agios Constantinos is the only village in Cyprus bearing the name of St. Constantine, one of the early Byzantine Emperors, who is often depicted in Greek Orthodox art with his mother St. Helena and th ...

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  • Arakapas

    The village is named after the first settler Arokopos, or Arokopas chich means 'wood cutter', who discove ...

    The village is named after the first settler Arokopos, or Arokopas chich means 'wood cutter', who discovered the blessed water of Vergin Mary in the area and later built on the site the church of Pana ...

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