The village of Vasa Kellakiou lies 19 kms northeast of Limassol, at 400m above sea level. It is adjacent to the villages of Asghata and Kalavasos to the northeast, and Kellaki and Sanida to the northwest.
The village grows carob, olive, almond and citrus trees as well as other fruit trees and vegetables. Entering the village, one can admire the traditional architecture of the houses, which fortunately are being gradually restored, to provide all the comforts of modern accommodation, without compromising their original structure.
The village centre is dominated by the St. Demetrios church, which houses the Stone of St. Demetrios, and Panayia Voskena (Virgin of the Shepherds), a church dedicated to the Virgin to protect the shepherd's flocks from various diseases.
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