Limassol is considered to be the centre of Cyprus’ wine industry. The island has been producing wine for almost 5000 years, capturing old tradition while simultaneously forming a new wine culture with internationally award winning wines. Limassol offers several picturesque wine routes (Krasochoria, Commandaria & Pitsilia) where one can enjoy the pretty villages, beautiful scenery and get an authentic taste of delicious wines.

 

WINE ROUTE 4: KRASOCHORIA – LEMESOU
(20 villages, 11 wineries +)

Start Point: Kolossi

End Point: Avdimou

Highlights: Limassol, Kolossi, Erimi, Kantou, Souni-Zanakia, Pano Kivides, Agios Amvrosios, Lofou, Vouni, Koilani, Pera Pedi, Mandria, Kato Platres, Omodos, Vasa, Malia, Arsos, Pachna, Anogyra, Avdimou.

 

WINE ROUTE 5: KOUMANDARIA
(14 villages+, 2 wineries)

Start Point: Kolossi

Finish Point: Agia Fyla

Highlights: Limassol, Kolossi, Erimi, Alassa, Agios Georgios Silikou, Doros, Laneia, Trimiklini, Agios Mamas, Kapileio, Zoopigi, Kalo Chorio, Agios Pavlos, Agios Konstantinos, Louvaras, Gerasa, Apsiou, Paramytha, Palodeia, Agia Fyla.

 

WINE ROUTE 6: PITSILIA
(14 villages+, 4 wineries)

Start Point: Mesa Geitonia

End Point: Palodeia

Highlights: Limassol, Agia Fyla, Palodeia, Alassa, Trimiklini, Pelendri, Potamitissa, Dymes, Kyperounta, Chandria, Polystypos, Alona, Agros, Agios Ioannis, Agios Theodoros, Zoopigi.

 

Source: www.limassoltourism.com