Wine villages of Limassol
The wine production zone of OEOP wine village of Limassol is located northwest of the town of Limassol and extends until the borders of Paphos. To the east it borders with the area of the Koumandaria wines and to the northeast with the wines of Pitsilia. The main area includes parts which are located at an altitude of 600metres and above. These villages are:
- Agios Amvrosios
- Agios Therapon
- Vasa Kilaniou
- Pano Kivides
- Pera Pedi
The area Afamis includes the locations of the communities which are east of the river Ha-Potami at an altitude of 750 metres and over:
The area Laona includes the locations of the communities which are west of the river Ha-Potami at an altitude of 750 metres and over.
Wine villages of Pitsilia
The wine production zone of the Pitsilia wines is located at the peak of Madaris (1574metres) on the Troodos mountain range as is located at the highest altitude as it is at 780 metres high. It borders to the south with the wine zone of Koumandaria and to the southeast with the zone of wine villages of Limassol.
The south slopes of Troodos include the locations of the communities in the district of Limassol:
The north and east slopes of Troodos includes the locations of the communities in the Nicosia district:
- Agia Irene Kannavion
- Agios Theodoros Agrou
- Kato Mylos
Wine villages of Laona –Akamas
The wine production zone of the Laona-Akamas villages is located 17 kilometres north of the town of Paphos at the beginning of the peninsula and the Akamas bay, the most western part of Cyprus. This includes the following communities at an altitude of 500 to 670 metres:
Wine villages of Vouni Panayias-Ambeliti
The wine production zone of the Vouni Panyia –Ambelitis is located about 23.5 kilometres northeast of Paphos to the east part of the district , at the borders which the Nicosia district. The vineyards are located at the slopes of the Vouni Mountain in Panayia (1120metres) in the areas of the community Ambelitis (community of Stato-Agios Fotios), Galataria, Kilinia and Panayia at an altitude of 700 metres and above.