This beautiful little village on the northern slopes of the Troodos Mountains impresses at first sight with its beautiful relief. The houses are built into the steep hillsides falling into deep valleys, and the village is dominated by a beautiful church built only in the 20th century.

The main attraction of Moutoullas, however, is another church, even listed by UNESCO. The unique church of Panayia tou Moutoulla, dating from 1280, is the earliest example of Cypriot rural religious architecture with its typical austere brick foundation and steep wooden roof.


Stop here or in the neighbouring village of Pedoulas for at least one night. The beautiful scenery of peaceful mountains, pleasant climate, quaint villages and great local tavernas will be a welcome change from the classic summer seaside holiday.

Search in the surrounding villages and you're sure to find the perfect accommodation in apartments or guesthouses with prices around 65 eur per night for two.

Hotels and accommodation in Moutoullas


Transport to the village of Moutoullas is best by car. It is about 100 km from both Larnaca and Paphos.

Bus line 81 only runs here 3 times a day at weekends and 6 times a day on weekdays, and only from Atsas village, where you can change to the frequent service to Nicosia. A single ticket always costs 1,50 eur.

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