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Very interesting experience! Village located on foot of mountain with breathtaking views to the Mediterranean! Every wall is authentic plus 3 museums free entrance! can reach there with Carefree Saturday by EOS TOURS. Easy and fulfilling!
We discovered this village by mistake - wanted a coffee on the way to Trodos - it was open courtyard day and we spent the morning going through houses, galleries and being welcomed by the locals and the expat community that is living here. Lovely...More
Picturesque village in the mountains.
Park your car outside the village and walk through the narrow streets. There are small exhibition rooms every now and then along the streets, with recreations of wineries etc.
End your tour with a glass of wine or a cup...More
went to lania as we were looking for somewhere to stop on our way to Trodos. A very authentic artist's village tiny quite and devoid of the overpriced tourist shops in the very touristy Omodos. so if you only have time to stop in one...More
This is one of the most beautiful little villages in Cyprus.
Quiet and very well kept. Surrounding environment is fantastic in spring. Don't miss the Royal Oak, an amazing tree just outside Lania. Many artists have their homes their and you can see their art....More
On our way from Lofou to Limassol we stopped at this lovely village of Lania , considered "An Artists village" .Into the 3rd week in Mach , the place looks sleepy , almost deserted . So the stroll along the alleys is easy and interesting...More
This is a pretty, quiet and typical Cypriot country village. With the aid of some EU funding they have put together some displays of old wine and olive oil presses, and one or two other old village activities. The village is covered in old photographs...More
My family and I have been visiting Cyprus for many years as my lovely mother in law retired here.
This historical small village, in the foothills of the Troodos mountains, is a little gem, steeped in tradition but at the same time keeping pace with...More
Probably the best village in the area. Beautifully maintained. Such a pleasant difference from the ultra commercialised Omodos. A very delightful old village. Such a pleasure to walk around its cobbled narrow streets and take in the smells from the numerous flowers. Make sure you...More