Troodos is the greatest mountain range on the island of Cyprus, situated about in the middle of the island. Mount Olympus, is the tallest summit in Troodos at a height of 1,952 meters and has four ski slopes where people come during winter to practice their ski skills and have fun. The majority of Cyprus' western side is covered by the Troodos Mountain.
There are numerous well-known mountain resorts, Byzantine monasteries and churches on mountain summits, and communities clinging to terraced hill slopes nestled in its valleys and magnificent mountains. Something fascinating is that since ancient times, the region has been recognized for its copper mines, which for many years provided copper to the entire Mediterranean. As churches and monasteries were constructed in the Troodos mountains, far from the imperiled sea coast, it developed into a significant center of Byzantine art during this time.
The Troodos Ophiolite, an unaltered ophiolite sequence, is one of the Troodos Mountains' most famous geological features. The African and European tectonic plates collided, causing these mountains to gradually rise from the ocean, ultimately creating the island of Cyprus.
Moreover, Troodos has a beautiful square with restaurants, coffee shops as well as some shops that sell local snacks and souvenirs for visitors. People from all over Cyprus arrive at the square every winter, especially when it has snowed to enjoy the charm and the snowy winter white world.
Troodos is truly a magical place and the locals are very friendly and warm. The nature trails here are incredibly beautiful and serene. It offers individuals the chance to encounter natural waterfalls and other sites where they can connect with nature as they breathe in the pure fresh air, but also see the beauty of the surrounding forest. Cycling trails are also present in Troodos, making it a paradise for cycling lovers.
Troodos is also home to the Ecclesiastical, Folk Art, and Wine (ancient wine Press) Museums, each of which serves as a living archive of the past. There are many picnic areas here too that are managed by the Cyprus Forestry Department. They are situated in an accessible area with access to water and shade, and numerous facilities are offered.
Individuals who have a fondness for mountainous regions often opt for Troodos Mountain as their permanent residence, as it offers them stunning natural beauty and a sense of seclusion and privacy. Due to the fact that Troodos is a popular tourist destination, it provides also economic opportunities such as renting out property.
Troodos’ real estate market is made up of a variety of properties such as traditional stone houses, modern villas, traditional villas, some apartments, and plots of land. Discover the perfect property for you by browsing through our listing that includes 0 apartments available to rent in Troodos.
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