This beautiful wine route takes you along rugged coastlines and over mountains, as you pass through charming, rustic villages lined with windswept vineyards.
In the north-western shores of the island, you will discover the indigenous Xynisteri (white) grape variety that grows in a climate tempered by the sea breeze, and get a chance to taste its one in on of the local wineries.
The wines produced here are cool yet solid, with a fine aroma and among the best white wines produced on the island. When it comes to red wine, the region also produces some of the best, thanks to the rare and ancient grape variety of Maratheftiko.
Aside from a visit to four wineries, the area offers a host of traditional tavernas, elevated views, intense natural beauty and the opportunity to visit the stunning Akamas Peninsula.
This route passes through: Paphos, Mesoyi, Tsada, Stroumbi, Kathikas, Akourdaleia, Pano Arodes, Kato Arodes, Ineia, Droushia, Polis and Peyia.
Find out more about the Laouna region and the wine route here.