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The third village up Troodos Mountain is Pedoulas, situated in the Marathasa Valley, and is a village famous for its cherries and their blossoms in spring.
It is a small summer resort, with a maze of narrow steep streets, and is known for its Sunday markets, the painted medieval church of Archangel Michael dating back to 1474, and an abundance of springtime cherry blossom.
For those wishing to live the simple life and experience the real Cypriot ways, staying in a village such as Pedoulas could be ideal.
There are many tourist excursions which run in the Troodos mountains to area's round Pedoulas such as Omodos which is a restored conservation village and the Kykkos monastery, but it is not a tourist resort for those seeking sun and sea. Skiing is popular in the winter.
The area is one of outstanding natural beauty. Away from the cosmopolitan towns and beach resorts you will find large areas of natural, unspoilt countryside. Rugged, pine-clad mountains, woodlands, gentle orchards and vineyards are interspersed with tranquil, timeless villages.