Pissouri’s administrative area is the third biggest in Limassol District. The main settlement of Pissouri is situated about three kilometres away from the bay named Cape Aspro, and is built on the side of a green hill. The settlement, strangely, is placed in the middle of Pissouri’s territory.
Now they are two distinct communities, Pissouri Village area and Pissouri Bay area. The total permanent population is said to reach around 1100 people, about half of whom are Cypriots, the rest foreigners, mainly British, residents and visitors.
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Paphos International Airport (PFO) is located 30km west of the village (30 minutes drive) and is a vibrant hub with many low cost company flights (like easyjet, ryanair, jetair, etc.). Access from the airport to the village can be achieved either by car (many major car rental companies have offices in the airport) or by taxi.
The easiest way to access the village is through highway A6 connecting Limassol to Paphos. When travelling from Limassol to Paphos on A6 one first meets the exit Pissouri Bay leading directly to the Pissouri Bay area through local roads. Continuing towards Paphos, exit Pissouri is located leading to the main village area. The old road connecting Limassol to Paphos B6 passes from the area of the village called Stathmos.
The two main areas are:
In the main village there exist some public parking areas one can leave the car and walk in the main village. As an old village, the roads are narrow. Locals tend to park on the side of the street making them even more narrow. It is not advised trying to tour the village by car. The main local roads are well detailed on Google Maps
Some tourists prefer to stay in the beach area and come to the main village for a drink or food. It is usual (and prudent after a few drinks) for them to get a taxi at night to return to their houses. There are several taxi services which you can call at any time of the day. Most local restaurants and pubs can provide you with phone numbers.
Going around in the village area on foot is advised. Although the village roads are a bit hilly, it is not so hard to navigate through the village on foot. The beach area is also very nice for walking. It is flat and rather small.
Travelling from one area to the other on foot is not advised. Although the distance is moderate (3.8 km), there are no clear pedestrian streets, the road is up-hill and during summer time temperatures could rise up to 45°C. If you decide to walk the distance do it early in the morning or late in the afternoon, take enough water and a mobile phone.
Pissouri Bay has two bars - Pissouri Bay Café Bar and The Grape and Grain - both showing TV sports. There is also a healthy smoothie / juice bar - Smoothie and Sweetie. In addition to this, you can order drinks at the restaurants or the hotels.
In Pissouri Village there is a wider choice of pubs and bars - the main one being George's Iron Horse in Pissouri Square.
Pissouri Bay has two hotels - The 4* Columbia Beach Hotel and sister 5* Columbia Resort. These are next to each other at the western end of the beach. There are several apartment options - The Kotzias with attractive gardens and communal pool, Artemis above the restaurant and shops, Yialos below the fish tavern, and along the beach road Ampelohori and Hylatio Tourist Village consisting of pretty whitewashed cottages nestled around a freeform communal pool. There is also a wide selection of rental villas at a range of price points, mostly with private pools. The main villa developments are Vineland, Odysseus Bay, Katikies and Pissouri Image.
Pissouri Village has a few aparthotels renting rooms - The Bunch of Grapes with lovely courtyard garden, Hill View with fabulous panoramic views, Pissouriana close to Pissouri Square, and a large number of villas and apartments spread over a wide area.