The English bases of Dekelia are all around the village of Xylotympou, which is situated in the district of Larnaca. The communities of Makrasyka, Achna, Ormidia, Dhekelia, Pyla, and Pergamos surround Xylotymbou. The village has now 3,593 residents (World Population Review).
A strong feeling of tradition and pride in the village's heritage characterize this close-knit community. The residents of Xylotymbou engage in a range of occupations, including farming, agricultural work, and owning small businesses. The community is home to a number of facilities, including parks and sports grounds, as well as educational institutions, retail establishments, and restaurants. The village's architecture is a combination of the two styles, including both contemporary structures and older, more traditional homes. Overall, Xylotymbou has a strong sense of community, a long cultural past, and a harmonious, comfortable way of life.
There are different variations regarding why the village was named Xylotymbou. One explanation is that the name came from the numerous forests and woodlands (the Greek word for woods is o-xylo-). Of course, now there aren’t many forests in the area, since they have been destroyed. According to a different account, the Xylos-tympou was added to set it apart from neighboring villages with the same name.
Living in Xylotymbou is peaceful, enjoyable, and of high quality very close by to the city of Larnaca, but also to the beautiful summer destinations in Famagusta with their stunning beaches. We feature 0 apartments for sale in Xylotymbou.
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