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We took the car to Omodos and got parked fine.
We always love to visit this village as there is the monastery to look around and we always go to a taverna where we know the owner( which we did this year) to have a...More
Yes it's a bit touristy but that is what has resurrected this Cypriot village
EU grants ( I think I read somewhere?) have supported the restoration of some of the lively stone village houses. It's very wonderable! Look out for Dempsi glass gallery some artisan...More
Stopped here on a bus tour but not for long enough! This was a delightful village with pleasant walking streets and the friendliest people! Shops offered samples of local products so you could taste before you bought! Definitely would like at least 2-3 hours here...More
An out of the way village in the Wine Regions of Cyprus. Got a few hours to spare. This is a village that you'll come to appreciate. A typical Cypriot Village of a bygone age. You will certainly need a car, as its aprox 50km...More
This is another must if you want to see a typical Cypriot village. Although the small streets are paved with souvenir and small restaurants it is good to peek behind the Main Street. There are some better restaurants and small typical traditional houses to view...More
We really enjoyed visiting this village. The streets were very picturesque. I loved the shops with traditional produce. There were a few restaurants and bakeries which looked very popular. There were toilets at the side of the monastery which were clean. Well recommended.
Very pretty traditional village with narrow cobbled streets. Monastery in the centre and lots of interesting little shops and stalls as you walk around a maze of tiny streets. Worth a visit but gets very busy with tourists by lunchtime so better to arrive earlier.
Visited this beautiful village when stopping at Souni. We have visited many villages in Cyprus through the years, but Omodos is truly special. The old buildings and friendly people in the village, along with the Timios Stavros Monastrery,which is beautiful in itself. There are plenty...More
Hi there. Although the weather is colder in January and warm clothes are necessary, spending two nights there will always be worth it with the rich cultural heritage and wonderful "filotimo' of the people. Go for it, you... More
Hi there. Although the weather is colder in January and warm clothes are necessary, spending two nights there will always be worth it with the rich cultural heritage and wonderful "filotimo' of the people. Go for it, you wont be disappointed.