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    Ktima Demetriou is magical wedding venue located in Agglisides- Larnaca, in an ideal location between three cities: Nicosia, Limassol and Larnaca.

    The combination of nature, stone, wood and elements of Cyprus tradition are dominating which give a sense of unique luxury and extravagance atmosphere!

    Party - Events

    Events Hosting at Ktima Demetriou

    Ktima Demetriou can fully accommodate into its areas large parties and events such as weddings, engagements, christenings, birthdays, business parties, etc.

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    Cypriot Tavern

    The traditional Cypriot taverna at Ktima Demetriou is decorated in tones backed-out from our tradition.
    The tavern is open for lunch every Sunday .

    Come and taste our rich and quality dishes, among the majestic pine trees of Stavrovouni!


    The museum is consisted by two large rooms. The main room includes items that have been used by different professional disciplines of the 19th century such as carpentry, iron-worker, smith, and shoe manufacture, farmers etc. In addition, visitors will encounter objects of everyday use such as scales, sickles, flame throwers etc. The second room includes treasured objects of the women’s everyday use such as sewing machines, typewriter, traditional iron with charcoal etc.

    Olive oil mills
    Ktima Demetriou brings together a series of olive oil mills. The visitor will have the chance to learn and admire the evolution of olive oil mills throughout the years (begging with the simple manually operated olive oil mill where the olives were crushed and the oil was gathered manually, and moving to the use of the machine during the industrial revolution) The particular area also includes all the necessary machinery for the proper operation of the olive oil mills such as scales, oil separator, oil washer, storage vessels etc.

    Grain (Flour) Mill
    The visitor will be able to learn the traditional method of wheat and barley milling for the production of different flour types. The production of the different types of flour was usually executed by the village’s miller.

    Traditional Coffee Shop - TavernThe traditional coffee shop has been built to the true dimensions of the coffee shop of that era. The coffee shop includes few tables with chairs, the wine barrels and the wood stove. The coffee place also includes the old traditional way of making Cypriot coffee by using the brass or copper briki (which was placed in the hot sand to slowly dissolve the coffee beans flavorsome compounds). During the night, the owner’s wife was preparing a few delicacies in the next room- the tavern.

    Winery – Wine Cellar
    The winery concentrates the different methods of wine production throughout Cyprus long history. The area also comprises the method of production of the traditional zivania and rosewater through distillation. The wine cellar includes the different wine, oil and xaloumia storage vessels such as the pitharia and lamitzanes.

    Guided tours to our museum collection are offered to school visits and groups upon telephone request and availability

    Tavern Reservation


    How to find us?

    Ktima Demetriou is located to Anglisides, it the road to Stavrovouni.
    View the path in the map below. Follow the signs on the road.

    Agglisides 7571, Larnaca, Cyprus
    +357 70009070
    Opening hours
    Guided tours to our museum collection are offered to school visits and groups upon telephone request and availability.
    Tuesday to Sunday
    09:00 - 17:00

    Monday - closed
    Working hours of traditional cypriot tavern
    Sunday noon
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    Pricing for guided tours to the sites of the Cyprus Tradition
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