We visited Pedoulas where we bought the most delicious cherries we have ever tasted, from an old man selling at the roadside. Very clever on his part as the village had about 10 mini- markets selling cherries as well! Needless to say, this village is famous for its cherries!
We did not have enough time to visit all the villages, all the famous
Omodos has a lovely cobbled main square which is surrounded by small shops and restaurants. The surrounding streets are quaint, twisty and cobbled and make one want to carry on exploring to see what is around the next corner. The Timiou Stavrou Monastery was closed so we could only view this from the outside. Unfortunately, Omodos was our last stop so we could not linger too long as we did not want to be on the mountain roads after dark.
The highlight of our visit was to the seemingly last unspoilt wilderness area in
We followed this with a leisurely lunch in the small, cute harbour town of
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