Cycling Cyprus – Love Cyprus route 5: Geroskipou to Paphos

It’s January, so we’re easing you in with a nice short cycle route which runs from Geroskipou to Paphos, via Tsada village (and Minthis Hills Golf Course).


This 24 kilometres excursion goes from Geroskipou to the Monastery of Stavros tis Minthas and the golf course, and then on to the village of Tsada before ending in Pafos (Paphos). The route starts from the centre of Geroskipou and goes towards Lemesos (Limassol), travelling along the old Lemesos – Pafos road. Between Geroskipou and Koloni, a turning to the left leads to Agia Marinouda in the north. The route goes through the village and climbs north to reach the village of Marathounta. From there it turns right, climbing up towards the village of Episkopi in the Pafos district. Just before the top of the hill, the route takes the dirt road to the left, leading to the golf course and the Monastery of Stavros tis Minthas. From here, a paved road covers the 3 kilometres to the village of Tsada. From Tsada, it is downhill to Pafos along the Pafos – Polis road.

Start Point: Geroskipou

End Point: Paphos

Total Distance: 24 Kilmetres

Difficulty Rate: Not very difficult, but not easy either.  A mountain bike of 21 speeds is required.

Road Conditions: A variety of surfaces of both paved and dirt roads.


Happy Cycling!


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