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Troodos – Kykkos – Omodos– Day tour from Paphos


    Troodos – Kykkos – Omodos – trips from Paphos

    Every Monday and Thursday (days of operation to be re-confirmed)


    Shared tour with other English speakers

    Our first stop on the way to the Troodos Mountains is at the Chrysorriatissa Monastery where you can see this 12th Century monastery, view its vineyards planted in the end of the 18th century produce some of the finest white Ayios Andronicos and Ayios Elias and enjoy the magnificent valley overlooking Kannaviou dam.

    The tour continues towards Kykkos, passing through the Pafos forest. Arriving at Kykkos Monastery, you will be guided through the renowned and rich Monastery as well as to visit the Archbishop Makarios’ tomb in Throni where you can enjoy the breath-taking view of almost all the islands! We drive on to “Timios Stavros” famous for its cross of 25meters high which overlooks Marathasa Valley. There will be free time to enjoy your buffet lunch (price not included) or free time to enjoy the magnificent view.

    On the way to Omodos we will drive through the pine forest, pass the highest village of Cyprus, Prodromos and Platres.
    Omodos is a traditional wine producing village, you can walk through the cobbled streets to reach the village square lined with cafes and shops selling wines, olive oil and other local products or visit the church of the Holy Cross and then enjoy a Cyprus coffee in the square.

    Important: There is a dressing code when visiting monastery and churches

    Tours operate subject to enough participants

    Best to book nearer the date.


    valid till March 2024

    From €25 per person

    Children 2-11yrs  €15

    Shared tour with other English speakers

    Price includes:

    – pick up from your hotel in Paphos

    – licensed tourist guide (English speaking)

    – professional driver

    – air conditioned coaches

    – infants under 3 years pay

    Not Included:

    – Entrance fees to sights

    – lunches or drinks

    – Tips to driver


    Monastery and Church visits require modest dress, no shorts or sleeveless shirts

    Tours will operate subject to enough participants.