Pervolia City-Site Things to Do
Go to visit the churches
The churches in Pervolia are very attractive and deserve a stop. We were first attracted to that of St Eirene and from there went on to St Leondias. Their styles are different , but both are attractive.
AS it was Easter we were unable to go inside.Related to:
- Road Trip
- Religious Travel
Pervolia City-Site Restaurants
House of Tan Li: Tasty Chinese
We visited the House of Tan Li on Saturday 21st June 2008. The restaurant is owned by Colin and Tan Li. The food is fantastic and varied. There was also a magic show which was amazing. The food is very reasonably priced and great. Well worht a visit.
Favorite Dish: DuckAdd to your Trip Planner
Pyrgos: Great Meze
Pyrgos in the village of Pervolia is a traditional Cypriot restaurant. The menu is extensive and very reasonably priced. The owners (2 brothers) are very welcoming. Both speak good English. The restaurant has live Cypriot music on a monday night with greek dancing. Not to be missed.
A great family restaurant. Inside the restaurant they have a small childrens play area.
Favorite Dish: MezeAdd to your Trip Planner
Kokos tavern: Cypriot tavern
We were invited out for lunch.
Seating is inside or outside under a trellis of vines which allows the sun to filter down as you eat. However, there were too many flies when we were there. Décor was quite basic, but the food was traditional Cypriot.
Course followed course: toasted halloumi cheese, tahini and hummous and salad, roasted lamb with potatoes [kleftika], grilled chicken kebabs, calamari, mushrooms, fish , yoghurt and lamb chops.
Favorite Dish: Grilled halloumi cheese and chicken kebabsRelated to:
- Road Trip
- Food and Dining
Pervolia City-Site Nightlife
The Cottage Pub: A great Bar
Bingo wednesday 1.30pm, Sat & Sun Football (Live), Pool team Oct - April, Darts team Oct - April, Quiz Sundays 9pm cash prizes. karaoke on Friday nights, great fun for all the family.
Dress Code: CasualAdd to your Trip Planner