Moutoullas is a mountain village in the Nicosia District, at an elevation of 800m (2,600 ft) in Marathasa Valley.
The old village church, the 13th-century chapel of Panayia tou Moutoulla, is one of the earliest-dated examples of the steep-pitched wooden roof type with frescoes. It was built in around 1280 and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Moutoullas is known for its mineral water, which is bottled and sold island-wide.
Moutoullas Natural Trail, The Queen’s Bath, The Love Bridge and Chlio are must see attractions of the Village.
The Church of Panagia tou Moutoulla
The tiny 13th century chapel of Panagia tou Moutoulla has a steep-pitched wooden roof and frescoes dating to 1280. It is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site. The village of Moutoullas has an ongoing tradition for carved wood en basins.
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