Arsos is a village in the Limassol district built at a height of 800m above sea level with particularly charming architecture, preserving to a large extent its traditional character whose main element is the magnificently carved limestone. Arsos wine, famous since antiquity, was considered one of the best produced on the island, a reputation continuing to this day. In fact, wine making is still the villagers' main occupation.
Arsos acquired its name in the French Lusignian era when it was called Tarcce. Apart from the natural beauties of the village itself, today's visitor will be enchanted by the rich and attractive scenery surrounding it.
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