The charming village of Anogyra is situated in the Limassol district, about 45 kilometers from the city of Limassol, at a height of 170 meters. By taking the A6 highway, followed by the F607, one can reach the settlement. The history of Anogyra stretches back to the Neolithic era. As for its name, it may have been inspired by the plant “anagyris” that is growing in the village or due to the fact that the village was known as “Gyroi” and now it is upper (“ano”). Its neighbor villages include Agios Thomas and Avdimou to the south, Prastio Avdimou to the southeast, Pachna to the northeast, Dora to the north, Platanisteia and Mousere to the northwest, and Archimandrita to the west.
The village has many noteworthy attractions that are quite interesting such as the Pasteli Museum, the olive-park – Oleastro, the church of Timios Stavros (Holy Cross), and a vineyard. Moreover, Anogyra makes a wonderful location and is in the spotlight for agricultural tourism. The village is also very well-known for its locally created carob-syrup based confection which is named “Pasteli” and because historically it was a significant carob producer. Every year in September, a Pasteli Festival is held to honor the heritage of creating the sweets. The festival also incorporates local cuisine and a schedule of folkloric entertainment.
There are a number of foreign people living in the village permanently in addition to Greek Cypriots. The real estate market is made up of various types of properties that include houses, apartments, villas and plots of land. The style of the properties may be traditional Cypriot or more modern. Residents of Anogyra have access to local amenities and services, but the village is also located near the large city of Limassol, where additional amenities can be found.
Anogyra is a good option for people who enjoy a quieter, more relaxed lifestyle, with the beauty and culture of rural Cyprus. Discover the ideal property for you on our listing with 1 properties available to rent in Anogyra.