The graphic village of Pissouri is in south-west Cyprus, 21 miles from Paphos and a few miles west of Limassol. It is built on the slope of a hill, surrounded with vegetation. The Pissouri area is famous for growing grapes, mainly in the valley between the main roads and the sea that leads to Pissouri Beach. Olive, locust, and a few almond trees are also cultivated.
During recent years, great attention has been paid to the development of tourism in the area, especially to the Pissouri beach that has a special beauty and is being awarded during the past years with the Blue Flag of Europe.
Pissouri could be labelled as one of the most worthy tourist areas of Cyprus because it combines mountain and sea, it offers all the comforts for a pleasant stay, and it stands out for the traditional hospitality of its inhabitants and the warm, friendly atmosphere that the foreign visitor encounters.