Ideally located for exploring this beautiful and unspoilt region, the traditional Piskopos House has such an orientation that it offers you some unique moments of relaxations. Here you will experience complete tranquillity in an authentically traditional area, without missing any of the comforts of the modern way of living, which we have quietly incorporated in all our dwellings. A private swimming pool and the exterior use futon on the veranda offer an exceptional place for leisure.
Set amidst lush greenery Evdokias and Myroforas 2-bedroom houses were built at about 1750. Each has separate living area, kitchen, veranda, bathroom, yard. Both of the houses are in the main part of the community and constitute best architecture samples of the past decades, overlooking the mountain and the garden. The split-level houses feature a fully equipped kitchen and a seating area with fireplace. Free bicycles are available.The guests will have the opportunity to prepare their own meals while visiting our fields and enjoy our fruits which they are biologically produced.
Vasilion has been skilfully restored to its former glory, with the addition of many luxuries. The result combines the essence of modern living with an atmosphere of tradition all this is set in grounds with home grown vegetables, fruit and herbs. The very special feature of this property is the antiques and the antiquities. Hellenistic remains have been carefully excavated becoming now part of this garden for visitors’ enjoyment. Vasilion Agrotourism is unique and has more to offer you, relaxation, the traditional Cypriot Hospitality and way of life.
Upon entering through the large entrance door, you receive your first warm welcome at Loxandras House, (To Spiti tis Loxandras) as you discover the untold beauty of the stone-paved courtyard and the unique play of light and shadows.
Moving to the inside through the large arch, you come into the living room with its fireplace, while the entire building consists of three one-bedroom apartments and one studio.
Founded in 1900, Hani Chrysomilou was an inn located in the rural Kalopanayiotis village, on the North slopes of Troodos Mountains. Its founder, Georkis of Chrysomilos, offered warm hospitality in his home to fellow travellers. His delicious food and ample supplies for the continuation of their journey made this a popular pit-stop. Camels and donkeys would spend the night
The listed stone house was built in the 19th century by the owners family. The house was completely restored in 2006. The occupants of the house at the turn of the century were farmers who cultivated wheat and barley using oxen, and harvested carob and olive trees in the valley below. The women of the house spun and loomed silk, sured pig, kept fowl, harvested the crops and worked lace for the merchants of Lefkara. They brought their wine by donkey from the nearby mountain village of Vavla.
A corner of paradise awaits you behind the Red and Blue Doors of these two traditional houses, at Lefkara villlage.. A beautiful internal courtyard will relax you in a very private and peaceful atmosphere.