The settlement of Mandria is located in the district of Limassol about 35 kilometers northwest of Limassol, and is connected to Kato Platres in the northeast, Pera Pedi in the southeast, Omodos in the southwest, and Agios Nikolaos in the west. The village was developed recently as a community. However, on an older chart it is labeled as Mandala and Mandalo. It is believed that it has existed since the Ottoman era. As for its name, it is derived from shepherds who lived there in early days. Mandria was the name given to a group of Mandres, and the hamlet embraced it.
The architecture in Mandria village, is very beautiful with old houses that have vibrant shutters and iron railings. The houses here definitely catch eyes as one is strolling through the settlement. Additionally, there is an agricultural winery, a bridge which was used by vehicles, and the former school that was operating in the village that is now used as a cultural center.
In Mandria there is a variety of fruits that grow, including apples, cherries, walnuts and more. Moreover, many wine vines are also present in the settlement. People living in Mandria have access to nature and outdoor activities, as well as cultural and historical sites to explore. The village also offers some local amenities and services.
In Mandria, the real estate market boasts a plethora of properties including, houses, villas, bungalows and plots of land. 1 houses for sale can be found on our listing.