Located in the Troodos mountain range, in Pitsilia region of Lemesos (Limassol) district, Agros sits at an altitude of 1.100 metres. The layout of this picturesque village resembles that of […]
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On New Year’s Eve, housewives make a festive bread, a “pitta” dedicated to the feast of Saint Basil, called Vasilopitta. Vasilopita is sourdough pitta and is prepared with wheat flour, […]
Autumn months, especially September and October, are the traditional months of the grape harvest from the vineyards covering the rolling slopes of Cyprus. The wine history of Cyprus dates back […]
Brief description: Glyka tou koutaliou are traditional, homemade sweet fruit preserves, served as a gesture of hospitality in both Cyprus and Greece along with a Cypriot/Greek coffee and a cold […]
After two years of absence, the biggest celebration of Spring returned to its home in Agros, and this is none other than the Rose Festival. This festival has been taking […]
This traditional Cypriot and Greek dish is often served at celebrations, but is also a staple meal throughout the year. Frequently served in a mezze platter, it provides a flavorful and healthy option with mint, green onions and rose petals in the stuffing.