Some 22 km from Paphos town lies the beautiful village Houlou, built at 320 m above sea level. The village's main occupation is vine cultivation for wine production and the cultivation of grain, broad beans, tobacco, almond trees, olive trees, carob trees and citrus fruit. There was a time when the village had a mixed population of Greek and Turkish Cypriots, while in the Middle Ages it was a famous feud, associated with the well known Cypriot song Arodafnousa of the Medieval times. Sites of interest are the Church of The Virgin Pantanassa of the 16th century, the Byzantine chapel of Saint George and the chapel of Saint Theodoros of the 12th century.
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