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Geroskipou

As you enter Paphos, coming from the airport, one of the first villages you will come across is Geroskipou (also spelt “Yeroskipou”). 

If you like sweets, you will be in seventh heaven living here! Geroskipou, if you don’t already know, is world famous for Loukoumi. First produced in 1895, it is similar to “Turkish Delight”. Along the main road there are an abundance of shops selling it – and as well as complimentary tasting (you won’t be able to resist), you can even watch it being freshly made. 

Covering an area of 9 square kilometres, Geroskipou is built up, but has its own special beauty overlooking the beaches and the sea. The area has recently undergone major works updating its roads, pavements and parking facilities. 

While the village retains its small, traditional community, it preserves its charm – and has all the benefits of Paphos town nearby where all the main shops are. How many people live here? Well, according to the last census in 2001, the population showed 5,109 - but it has grown considerably since then. 

Geroskipou is only 7km away from Paphos International Airport. The main road to Limassol and Nicosia is easily accessible for those who want to venture further afield.

Although locals favour the area, there is now a growing ex-pat community, albeit this is still small in comparison. 

In the summer, this area can be very hot and humid – often over 30 degrees -so you need to bear this in mind. But in the winter, because of its close proximity to the sea, it’s considerably warmer than other villages nearer the mountains. So, while you will need your air-conditioning on a lot in the summer, you’ll need less heating in the winter. 

Rainfall here is rare, even in the winter - and temperatures don’t usually drop below 12 degrees centigrade. 

If you have children there are local schools available in the village. Should you prefer private education, construction has recently started on the new American Academy. This is an international school that will be based within Geroskipou itself. There are other private schools about 20 minutes drive away. So you have plenty of choice. 

And if you like sport, you will be very well catered for. The Municipal Stadium, which has a seating capacity of 2,500, has very good, modern facilities and ample parking. There are football pitches, basketball courts, tennis courts, go-karting, mini-golf and more. 

Built to Olympic standards, a new open-air swimming pool with ten lanes is also available and all kinds of water sports take place here. There is even special lighting installed so you can swim safely at night. 

Geroskipou beach is beautiful - and very popular with both locals and tourists alike. It hosts many special events throughout the year and sees thousands of visitors. What’s more, it has been awarded the prestigious beach award, “Blue Flag of Europe”.

And finally, apart from all this, there are numerous tavernas, coffee shops, banks, supermarkets and other shops within easy walking distance. 
 

All in all – a great location! 


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