Owner's Name: Antonis Antoniou
Address: Faneromenis Street, 4820, Platres
Size of land: 3800 SQM
Planning Zone: 20% Building Capacity
Ownership Regime: Private
Access to Water / Electricity: Yes
Owneship title and permits: Yes upon request
Description: Plot of land with building permit. The plot can be divided into two plots of 1500 sqm each. 800 meters will be used for the road between the plots and a green area. It could be used for the construction of two or more houses.
Primary phone: 99594336
Primary email: firstname.lastname@example.org
With a history in wine making dating back to the Bronze age, Cyprus has been in the forefront of wine production for over 5,000 years. The Mediterranean climate and the fertile slopes of the Troodos mountain range created the ideal environment for vineyards to blossom. The development of indigenous varieties as well as the cultivation of other grape varieties, warrants the creation of exquisite wine.
Throughout the southern slopes of Troodos basking in the Mediterranean sun, discover wineries ready to offer culture and history in a glass. Take the chance to admire natural beauty, meet locals and explore rural life.
The Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) co-funded by EU Structural Funds, created ‘The Cyprus Wine Routes’. Visitors can follow signposted routes, allowing them to experience grape harvest, taste traditional food accompanied by plenty of wine.
Local themed events
May: Rose Festival Agros Village
June: Cherry Festival Pedoulas village
June: Revival Festival Dora Village
June: Aromatic and healthy herbs Festival Platres Village
July: Levander Festival Platres Village
August: Hazelnut Festival Platanistasa village
September: Preserved Sweets Festival Kakopetria Village
September: Pastry and baking goods Festival Galata village
September-October: Grape Feast Festival Wine villages
October: Apple Festival Kyperounta village
November: Zivania festival Alona & Pelendri villages
Found at the heart of the Troodos mountain region, is a cluster of picturesque villages engulfed in lush forests and offering majestic views. The Lemesos (Limassol) Mountain Resort region, has to offer numerous opportunities for adventure, relaxation and everything in between.
Step into adventure with one of the many networks of nature trails, suitable for all ages and fitness levels, or explore the region with mountain biking along cycling routes. If you visit the slopes during the winter season the snow filled hills of Troodos are available for skiing. Discover the history and all the information regarding the geology, flora and fauna of the region at the Troodos Environmental Information Centre located 200 meters west of Troodos square. One of the biggest Troodos mountain resort is Pano Platres, located 5km from Troodos square and at 1.230m altitude. A place where you can find a concentration of Troodos accommodation, enjoy the gushing waters at breathtaking waterfalls and take in Cypriot history.
The fresh mountain air filling your lungs, the gushing waters winding through the mountains and the towering verdant peaks awaken the desire for an adventure unlike the rest. Whether it’s a fun filled family excursion, an adventure with the pals, an experience with your colleagues or a fund day out with your special someone the Troodos mountains promise an action packed day that you will remember for days to come.
Despite its petite size, the island of Cyprus encapsulates an impressive 10,000 years in its natural environs and diverse landscape that are ripe for exploring and discovering.
With a favourable climate all year round, the great outdoors of the island is easily accessible, and offers a myriad of opportunities to take a journey through nature, history and culture, thanks to the numerous sign posted paths and nature trails. A total of 22 designated walking trails have been created to highlight the beautiful landscapes and strong Mediterranean character of the island. By walking them, you can see a treasure trove of varied fauna and flora, as well as the remnants of the island’s mining heritage and other interesting monuments.
Whilst some trails are more challenging than others, they are all a delight for the senses especially in the springtime months, when you can
Troodos offers an opportunity to get some fresh air and explore nature on a bike! As a Mediterranean island it is blessed with sunshine throughout the year and stays shy of headwinds, making the mountain region a biker’s paradise. Within a distance of 10 km, explore rapid changes in terrain and scenery, from rocky to clay and steep to flat. Find a number of bike centers dotted throughout the island offering rental service, route information, guide, assistance and support. Allow them to organize your journey and choose with you the best routes for your predilections. Take a bike and convert the island into one huge mountain bike arena!
One of the first chosen lands the Apostles chose to spread the message of Christianity, Cyprus has deep religious roots. Being incorporated in the Classical Roman Empire and the Eastern Byzantine Empire, the island had many Byzantine monuments worth visiting. Ten of them are of such great importance and historic significance they were included in the UNESCO World Heritage List added in 1985. Churches dating from the 11th to 17th century can be found in the Troodos mountain range.