Pyrgos Tyllirias is a village offering magical scenery which combines both the freshness of the mountain and the beauty of the sea. The village is built on a narrow and fertile plain in between the mountain and the blue sea of the Morphou bay. In fact, it would not be an exaggeration to say that it is one of the few villages of Cyprus which have managed to maintain their natural beauty.

The hills of the village are covered by a green veil deriving from the colour of the pines and mingling with the plantations of the plain, the peach and the lemon trees, until they reach the crystal beach with the small sandy bays. The beach is approximately 3 km long and it constitutes an ideal holiday destination. The most well-known beaches of Pyrgos are: “The Omega”, “Apothikes” and “Kryoneri”. The naming of the first beach is linked to the shape of the Greek letter Ω (Omega) which is formed as the beach stretches towards the sea. The second beach, known as “Apothikes”, owes its naming to a 1920 building which was used, as of 1927, as a warehouse (Apothiki in Greek) where farming products were stored. The last beach, “Kryoneri” (Coldwater), is linked to the artesian water which flows by the area and falls into the sea.

The beauty of Kato Pyrgos Tyllirias is completed by the three rivers which cross the village:



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