Enjoy a different kind of holiday in Limassol off the beaten track in peace and tranquillity by staying in a restored traditional house in one of the island’ s many picturesque villages. Renowned wine villages in an effortless journey through beautiful scenery. Away from the tourist areas, the Limassol countryside has a diverse wealth of its own with traditional villages, vineyards and wineries, monasteries, remote forests.
Omodos is located about 42 kilometres north-west of the city of Limassol, in the geographical region of the wine-making villages.
The village of Lofou is in the district of the ‘ampelochoria’ between Limassol and Paphos, about 26 kilometers northwest of the city of Limassol.
Today the village is well known as Platres, without the prefix “Pano” (Upper) preceding it, in contrast to the neighbouring village Tornarides as is referred to “Kato Platres” (Lower).
The village of Arsos is one of the biggest wine producing villages in Cyprus. It lies 40 kilometres from Limassol and 45 kilometres from Paphos It is built on the slopes of Laona.