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How can I get to? The coordinates of the parking for the navigator: 34.672097, 32.703046. Buses run regularly from Limassol and Paphos.
The convenient location of Pissouri long made it a favorite among locals and tourists who are looking for peace and comfort, but the proximity to the sea and city infrastructure. It is believed that the name of the village comes from the word πίσσα, which means tar, which is produced from pine resin and pine trees in the vicinity of a lot.
How can I get to?
From Limassol by motorway B8, after Psilo Dendro take the 3rd turn to the left, at the next turn to the right, continue to the village Prodromos and follow the sign to Kykkos at the roundabout, then follow the signs for Kykkos to go 19.8 km. Be careful - the road passes through the mountain serpentine.
Working hours: open daily
From 10:00 to 16:00 (November to April)
From 10:00 to 18:00 (May to October)
Entrance fee: free of charge, but prepare a small amount (about 5 euros) for visiting the museum at the monastery.
Abandoned Hotel Berengaria. Too beautiful ghost
What? Hotel `Berengaria`
Where? Near the village of Prodromos.
How to get there? Leaving Limassol, you need to go towards the monastery of Kykkos (orientator to ukzateli). The car should be left in the village and walk a quarter of a kilometer up to the hotel.
Coordinates for the navigator: 34 ° 57 '00.6 "N 32 ° 49' 48.1" E
Working hours: the hotel area is not guarded, but it's better to catch up before dusk.
Admission: free of charge
Phone for reference: none
Website: does not exist
What? The Cyprus wine museum
Where? The village of Erimi, not far from Limassol.
Exact address: 42 Odos Pafou (42 Paphou & Knights Street Corner ,, B6, Erimi 4630
How to get there? In Lemesos at the station "Leontiou - E.ME.L." you need to take bus number 16 and go to the bridge Erimi-Pissouri.
Working hours: every day from 9:00 to 17:00, except on public holidays.
- for € 4.00, you can visit the museum and exhibition hall of St. Illarion, as well as listen to an introductory lecture. Tasting is not included.
What? Tombs of Kings (Royal Tombs, Tombs of Kings, Tombs of Kings)
Where? The northern part of New Pathos, to the north-east of the city walls.
How to get there? By public transport from the embankment of Paphos and the area of Coral Bay to the tombs, you can take the bus number 615.