Stroumbi is located about 15 kilometres north-east of Paphos. The village stands at the middle of the route from Pafos (17 km) to Polis Chrysochous (20 km). Vines of mostly wine-making varieties, fruit-trees, almond, olive, and walnut trees are cultivated in this region. Since ancient times, the village was renowned for its wines of excellent quality.
Stroumbi, like most villages of Cyprus, consists of two parts. Pano Stroumbi (Upper Stroumbi), which is an ancient settlement, the construction of which may apply to the Middle Ages. For guests who are interested in history, it will be interesting to admire the traditional houses and the ruins of two old wineries, destroyed by the earthquake in 1953, and the corn mill.
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