The village of Arodhes lies about 23 kms northeast of the town of Paphos, at an altitude of 590 m above sea level. The sea is only 7 kms away, and the village itself is close to the Akamas peninsula, an area protected by Greenpeace.
Several traditional stone-built houses are preserved, some dating back to the last century, while the village has a population of only 70 people. Arodhes is mainly a wine-growing village with some cultivated almond, carob and olive trees.
Make sure to visit the Avakas, Irinis and Dipotamos gorges, some of the most impressive gorges in Cyprus.
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