View station (Fini)

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At over 1000 meters high on the mountains, wherer the Troodos forest becomes even more dense, there is a balcony open for anyone, at any time It is a balcony looking over Limassol's village with the red soil, as well as the greenest valley, where Diarizos river crosses through.

Cozy, wooden benches, with wooden kiosks covering them, which make the seats suitable for both sunny and rainy days, will welcome you, right before you reach Fini village, which nestles under the hill. With easy access for cars, bikes and people walking, too, this place with a view over the picturesque village, is the best for gazing the green valley of the river, all the way to Paphos district.

The contrrast between the colors of the red tiles (Fini village, after all, was probably named like that due to its red soil, which most likely responsible for the pottery tradition in the village, too)  and the the evergreen setting of this location, create an image similar to a painting. The only difference is that, while looking, you can also listen to the sounds of the forest and the scenta of the pine tree.

Facing west, this spot is ideal for watching sunsets, while a few steps away there is a stone built fountain, from the beginning of the previous century, for anyone who wants to cool off.

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