The village has winding streets and narrow alleyways, shady courtyards and a church with five beautiful new bells that peel out across the fields. In the heart of the village there is a sizeable sycamore tree opposite the coffee shop and this is always a popular place to sit during the hotter summer months. Recently a few new houses have been built on the periphery of tAyios Amvrosios but the Mukhtar has been careful to ensure that they have not altered the village’s character. Nearly a third of the community earns their living from the land whilst the rest commute into Limassol. Plans to build a second winery in Ayios Amvrosios will generate some more jobs. Grapes are the main product to be cultivated but olives and almonds are popular too and the village is well known for its exceptionally good Halloumi and yoghurt. * The ecological winery can be visited (by prior appointment) on weekdays. Please telephone 00357-25 -943981 The village of Ayios Amvrosios a great place to wander round on your Cyprus holiday.
Ayios Amvrosios Village Limassol To many, Ayios Amvrosios is one of the villages that nestles amongst the vineyards en route to Platres and the mountains or the quiet village of Vouni. For those ‘in the know’ it is a pretty little village to visit with some excellent wines produced by the village winery which is run by Ioanna Yiallouros and was one of the first regional wineries and the first ecological winery in Cyprus both for grape growing and wine production and is certified by the international ecological organization -Lacon. The winery was started in 1987 and has its own extensive vineyards close to the village producing six popular labels.