Our excursion takes us to Omodos, a traditional Cypriot wine producing village. During the middle ages it was the property of Sir John De Brie the Prince of Galilee. The village is also renowned for its Monastery of the Holy Cross standing by the stone-paved square. Apart from its byzantine era icons, it holds excellent wood carvings and other ecclesiastical objects of interest, as well as a small museum.
Omodos has a long tradition in wine making. A traditional wine press known as Linos is preserved, where we will stop and sample the local wines and liqueurs: a selection of white and red wines, the famous Commandaria dessert wine and of course Zivania.
Visitors can stroll around the village’s winding streets and mingle with the locals, walk around for some shopping at the various small shops selling traditional Cypriot items such as crafts, lace and local delights.
The below prices include:
- Private return transfers by Mercedes E-Class (3 seats) or Mercedes V-Class (7 seats) for 4hrs service
- English Speaking Licensed Guide for 8hrs service
LIMASSOL: EUR 545.00
PAPHOS: EUR 545.00
LARNACA: EUR 645.00
NICOSIA: EUR 645.00
AYIA NAPA: upon request
Supplement for lunch and any entrance fees from: EUR 45.00 per person
The above supplement includes:
- Entrance Fees if applicable
- Lunch at a local tavern incl. drink package (soft drink/ water)
Public holiday/Sunday Supplement: Price on request