Agios Nikolaos village is one of the most picturesque villages of Paphos. Years ago, the Agios Nikolaos village was one of the biggest and most important vine villages of the island.

However this is not the case nowadays, as the village is now considered small as most of its inhabitants moved to the city centres. The village though still attracts locals and tourists with its beautiful area and picturesque sceneries.

The main attractions of the Agios Nikolaos village is the medieval Bridge of Tzelefos (Γεφυρι του Τζελεφου) which is surrounded by thick vegetation and the church of Agios Nikolaos which is a relatively small in size Byzantine church.

In addition, visitors can also enjoy their visit at Agios Nikolaos village by walking around the village and view the architecture of the houses, the beautiful trim square and lastly nature lovers can view the wild vegetation that exist in the village.

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