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Into the mountains

The Troodos Mountains, on the western side of the island, are a year-round destination and if you are looking for a two or three-centre holiday, there’s a decent road network which makes it easy to reach the many traditional stone villages and Byzantine chapels that cling to the foothills.

Timios Stavros Church, Pelendri village

Explore the stunning countryside and charming villages. Forests and olive groves cover the slopes of majestic Troodos Mountain slopes, the island’s green heart, while a nature trail criss-crosses the region with rivers, streams and waterfalls in the forests for cooling days away from the summer heat.  

Scenic landscapes of Troodos Mountains
Where to stay?

Platres village is in a wonderful position, amid pine trees, at the foot of Troodos Mountains.
Consider Olympic Holidays’ four-star Forest Park Hotel which has an indoor and outdoor pool and offers traditional Cypriot hospitality.

The hotel makes a charming base to explore the region and is few minutes from Sparti Adventure Park (0.9 km), Trooditissa Monastery (3.7 km), Adventure Mountain Park (12 km) and Kykkos Monastery (14.9 km).

Kykkos Monastery
Luxury spa village

Casale Panayiotis is a luxury hideaway in the Troodos Mountains. This traditional spa village which has been renovated to the highest standards in the Marathasa valley amid spectacular scenery is the place for guests to Immerse themselves in well-being and eating healthy local produce, including fruit from spa’s own orchards and walk or cycle in the unspoilt countryside.

Spa Hydrotherapy Pool, Casale Panayiotis

To discover more about Troodos Mountains resorts make sure to see our guides for Omodhos and Kalopanayiotis.

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