Located in the heart of Cyprus, Kiti village is a hidden gem that offers a charming blend of tradition, history, and warm hospitality. Situated  just a short distance from the vibrant city of Larnaca, Kiti village captivates visitors with its picturesque landscapes, historic treasures, and a sense of timeless tranquility.

Kiti village is steeped in a rich cultural heritage that is evident in its architecture, customs, and way of life. Walking through its quaint streets, you'll encounter traditional Cypriot houses adorned with vibrant bougainvillea, inviting you to delve into the village's timeless charm. The friendly locals are proud of their heritage and warmly welcome visitors, offering a glimpse into the authentic Cypriot way of life.

In Kiti village, you can experience the charm of traditional Cypriot village life. The village square, with its traditional coffee shops, taverns, and local stores, is a hub of activity where locals gather to socialize and share stories. Take a leisurely stroll through the village streets, and you'll encounter small bakeries wafting the aroma of freshly baked bread and the melodic sounds of children playing in the neighborhood.

Kiti village is surrounded by archaeological sites that offer insights into Cyprus's ancient past. Just outside the village lies the ancient city of Kition, once a major city-kingdom in Cyprus. Explore the ruins of the city, including the impressive remains of the Phoenician Temple of Astarte and the Cyclopean Walls, and immerse yourself in the ancient history that shaped the region. 

Surrounded by rolling hills, olive groves, and vineyards, Kiti village boasts idyllic countryside scenery that is a feast for the eyes. The gentle pace of rural life and the lush green landscapes create a serene and peaceful atmosphere, perfect for those seeking a break from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Take a leisurely walk or rent a bike to explore the picturesque surroundings, soaking in the natural beauty that Cyprus has to offer.

Kiti village is also known for its iconic windmills, which stand as a testament to Cyprus's agricultural heritage. These traditional windmills, with their rotating sails and whitewashed walls, are a captivating sight against the backdrop of the Cypriot countryside. They serve as a reminder of the village's connection to the land and the importance of agriculture in the region.

Hospitality is at the heart of Kiti village, and visitors are welcomed with open arms. The locals take pride in sharing their traditions, cuisine, and customs with visitors, ensuring that every guest feels like part of the community. From traditional Cypriot meze meals to lively village festivals, the warmth and generosity of the people make Kiti village a truly memorable destination. 

Kiti village invites you to step into a world of tradition, history, and warm hospitality. With its historic landmarks, charming village life, and idyllic countryside, Kiti village offers a unique and authentic experience in the heart of Cyprus. Immerse yourself in the village's rich cultural heritage, explore archaeological sites that tell stories of ancient civilizations, and savor the tranquility of the countryside. Whether you're captivated by the beauty , enjoying the simple pleasures of traditional village life, or discovering the secrets of the windmills, Kiti village promises an unforgettable journey that will leave a lasting impression.

Kiti Village photos: 
  • Panagia Angeloktisti Church
  • Panagia Angeloktisti
  • Kiti
  • Kiti Kite Surfing
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