Discover Pissoúri

Pissouri is a town located in the Larnaka region of Cyprus. It has a population of about 3,000, and its local economy is mainly dependant on fishing and farming. The town has an interesting history, with evidence of settlements dating back to the Bronze Age.

The main sightseeing attraction in Pissouri is the Byzantine Church of Panagia Evangelistria. Built around 400AD, it stands atop a hill overlooking the village and features beautiful frescos inside. Nearby are ruins from an older church as well as an ancient olive press that dates back to at least 1000BC - making it one of the oldest in Europe.

Visitors can also experience traditional Cypriot food at one of Pissouris many restaurants and taverns that serve delicious local dishes such as souvlaki, kleftiko (lamb slow cooked for hours), haloumi cheese served with honey, and much more! Lastly, visitors can purchase unique handicrafts from local artisans specialized in pottery or weaving.