One of the nicest places I have visited in Cyprus. Such a lovely traditional village, would recommend for anybody to visit.
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This was the last stop on our tour of the Troodos. A lovely old village with cafes and shops to buy souvenirs. There's a monastery (if you're into that sort of thing; I'm not) but, overall a charming spot to spend an hour or two...More
This was my first visit to Omodos. It has a very traditional streets with lots of little shops selling traditional Cypriot tatt. The church/monstery is very beautiful and the general feel of the village is traditional. Worth a visit if you have a free afternoon.
We visited late afternoon on a Sunday. I think most of the coach tours had left. We found a lot of Cypriots there when we visited, so the village doesn't just appeal to tourists. The village is very pretty and worth a visit. There are...More
We visited during August and had a lovely time though it was quite a long day with a lot of driving for us and our kids (2,5,9). It poured with rain which actually didn't bother us - it didn't last too long and wasn't cold,...More
Well worth a few hours' visit for tourists. There's a lovely glass shop with locally made products, if you manage to navigate your way through the streets, and a beautiful church, plus the usual mix of restaurants, shops and cafes. If you're into history don't...More
Omodos is a picturesque village of Cyprus, about 30 minutes from Limassol towards Troodos. It has a lovely square with cafeterias around and church at the centre. You can navigate through the village in narrow alleys where you can discover traditional architecture, taverns, shops, and...More
This little village with its cobbled square surrounded by the Monastery, cafes and shops is a must for all Cyprus visitors. It is inviting and gives the impression that the rest of the world does not exist... time seems to stand still here!