Cyprus, widely known as the birthplace of Aphrodite Goddess of Love and Beauty, has an area of 9,250 square metres and is situated in the eastern basin of the Mediterranean Sea. It combines natural beauty, history and legend.
Its history is long and turbulent as suggest the numerous archaeological findings. The strategic location of Cyprus at the crossroads of Europe and Middle East attracted to the island a number of foreign invasions. Egyptians, Assyrians, Phoenicians, Persians, Ptolemies, Romans all left their imprint on the island. In this respect, Cyprus has received and, subsequently, absorbed external cultural influences while preserving the essence of Greek culture as is reflected in the language, religion, language, traditions and customs.
The municipalities relating to Agrotourism are listed below: