Troodos Mountains is a mountain range in the southern part of Cyprus,it starts inland straight from Cape Arnauti and rises to Mount Olympus, its highest point. Troodos is a massif of eroded igneous rock dissected by steep valleys covered with stands of pine, cypress, dwarf oak, and cedar, now protected as state forests and national parks. Within the mountains and valleys of Troodos, you find scenic villages offering a taste of Cyprus’ traditional architecture, decorated with cobbled streets. Oozing with charm and hospitality the villages are an opportunity to explore local cuisine and feel a warmth within the streets that carry years of tradition and culture. During some months you can find the vineyards and pine trees amid orchards, depending on the area of the mountain range and during winter months, its peaks are snow-clad offering a different experience for visitors.