The island is blessed with the beauty of nature, in all its wonder. Its scenery spreads from its glorious shores, to its steep mountains, its aromatic forests and its rugged capes.
The village of Agros is located 35 kilometers north of Limassol, at an altitude of around 1,100 meters above sea level. It is considered to be one of the most interesting mountainous villages in Cyprus and it is the principal village of the Pitsilias area, as it is located n the center. Agros is well-known for its rose industry and for its other local products, such as, grapes and spoon sweets.
The mountainous village of Lefkara is located in the Larnaca district and is separated into Pano (up) and Kato (down) Lefkara. The village is well-known around the world for its traditional embroidered lace, known as Lefkaritika, and its silver handicrafts. Lefkara is built at the foot of the southeastern side of the Troodos mountain range, 650 meters above sea level and 3 kilometers from Larnaca. The village can be reached by following the A5, A1 and E105.
The village of Omodos is situated 42 kilometres north-west of the city of Limassol, in the Krassohorion area. It is located near the western bank of the river Ha, at an average altitude of 810 metres. Omodos is surrounded by high mountain peaks and the highest of these peaks is Afamis at 1,153 metres and Kremmos of Laonas at 1,092 metres.
The cluster of mountains surrounding the Troodos area provides the highest mountain range in Cyprus, reaching an altitude of 1,951 meters. The area close to the Hionistras peak is also included in the Troodos mountain range. This is where the three roads that link the mountain with Nicosia, Limassol and Prodromos meet, giving it the name Three Avenues.