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Kissonerga is a small village in South West Cyprus. Kissonerga village is situated between Paphos and Coral Bay, 7km from Paphos, surrounded by banana plantations in an area known as the Ktima Lowlands.
On the coastal road are several hotels, mini-markets, numerous bars and taverns, as well as small complexes of shops mainly catering for tourists.
Among the establishments to be found in Kissonerga, are a horse-riding centre and the boat yard, which sells, repairs and services boats of all shapes and sizes.
Away from the coast road, Kissonerga village has a main street where there are available all the services such as bank, post office (operating inside a coffee shop), bookshop, florist, chemist and hairdresser as well as restaurants, several mini markets and coffee shops.
There is also a community area, which is mainly used as a playground. Opposite the playground one could visit the Church of the Transfiguration and not far from this church there are the ruins of a tiny chapel dedicated to Saints Zinovia and Filonilli. These two saints came to Paphos with St Paul to spread Christianity. They died and were buried here in Kissonerga.
To the north of Kissonerga a new football stadium has recently been built in amongst the numerous plantations of bananas. Before the advent of EU directives, Kissonerga was awash with these thriving plantations, but now, sadly, many of them have fallen into decay as the bananas produced did not fit the exacting criteria that allowed them to be exported within the EU.