Agrotourism Holidays in Cyprus

Agrotourism house PaphosIf you are looking for an alternative type of holiday, then you should consider agrotourism. Holidays in one of the many picturesque villages of Cyprus, staying in a renovated traditional Cypriot stonebuilt house, decades or even centuries old, offers a different holiday experience.

Agrotourism is a quieter type of holiday and allows you to enjoy your holidays surrounded by nature. At the same time, you have a better opportunity to meet local people and see how they live, and learn our customs and traditions. Finally, after having worked hard, this type of holiday allows you to come closer to your beloved people.

Best agrotourism villages in Cyprus

While there are fantastic agrotourism accommodations all over Cyprus, certain places add to your experience because of the history and tradition they carry, their unique location in nature, and the opportunities they offer to do things or visit interesting places and attractions nearby.

First on this list are the villages of Troodos. Many small, beautiful villages, which are almost lost in the green surroundings. You have the opportunity to explore many interesting nearby places and visit attractions like the Painted Churches of Troodos, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The mountains of Troodos hide many pleasant surprises, like waterfalls, very good tavernas to enjoy, and many unique activities.

If swimming in the sea is one of your main priorities, then you should consider other options, like agrotourism villages in Paphos or Larnaca that are close to the sea and allow you to combine this alternative type of holiday with easy access to the beach.

Other interesting agrotourism villages are Lefkara, Choirokitia, Kalavasos, and Tochni villages in Larnaca, Anogyra, Omodos and Lofou villages in Limassol, and Kathikas, Epikopi, and Panagia villages in Paphos area.

What is Agrotourism

Agrotourism in Cyprus is focusing on the preservation of the Cyprus culture and heritage. Most of the agrotourism accommodations are old, sometimes centuries old, stone-built village houses, that have been purposely renovated as tourist establishments. While preserving their unique character, they offer every modern amenity, and some of them even offer private swimming pools.