Much like Latchi and Polis area you have the benefit of being nearby a self-sufficient town with a vast array of natural beauty, fresh fish taverns, plentiful history to explore and untouched landscapes. This is a village that used to be inhabited mostly by Turkish-Cypriots, although now more and more people are discovering this tranquil little treasure. Just in the couple last years 11 villas have been sold starting at €70.000 to €200.000 and 14 apartments starting from €60.000 to €125.000.
Prodromi was once a small village that has now become a suburb of Polis town, a small town at the north- west end of Cyprus. It is situated at the northwest end of the island at the centre of Chrysochou bay, on the edge of the Akamas peninsula. The name Prodromi derives from Agios Ioannis Prodhromos (Saint John the Forerunner).
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