You can find on this page the Cyprus wine map to print and to download in PDF. The Cyprus wine regions map presents the vineyards and wine growing areas of Cyprus in Southern Europe.

Cyprus wine map

Maps of Cyprus vineyards

The Cyprus wine map shows all wine growing areas of Cyprus. This wine regions map of Cyprus will allow you to easily localize all appellations and main grape varieties in Cyprus in Southern Europe. The Cyprus vineyards map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Cyprus is a wine producing island in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, located 50 miles (80km) off the south coast of Turkey and slightly further from the west coast of Syria. Cyprus is the third-largest island in the Mediterranean. It measures 140 miles (225km) from east to west and about one-third of that north to south as you can see in Cyprus wine map. There are no official appellations for Cyprus wine regions, but several wine routes run around the island and through wine-producing regions. The main ones are Koumandaria, Pitsilia, Diarizos Valley, and Akamas. There are fifty-two recognized wineries (and lots of smaller mainly for house production). Most Cypriot vineyards were planted with bush vines of indigenous grape varieties.

To show off the growing number of vineyards scattered across the island, seven self-drive wine routes invite wine lovers to discover these sites for themselves. Many producers are delighted to show off their wines and offer tastings and tours, and oenophiles used to trawling round more-established wine regions such as Tuscany or the Loire Valley will love the feeling of discovery as they find a winery tucked away at the end of a dusty track. A good place to begin is the ancient city of Paphos as its shown in Cyprus wine map, where even before you set foot in a vineyard you can find traces of Cyprus wine history in the unmissable Roman mosaics featuring Dionysus, the god of wine. Most of Cyprus vineyards are spread across the southwest part of the island, with vines stretching over the green countryside and up steep terraces all the way into the Troodos Mountains.

Troodos, known as ‘the green heart of Cyprus’, has miles of walking and cycling trails, while the sandy beaches around Paphos are worthy of legend (literally – as the goddess Aphrodite was supposedly born here). Driving through the lush green landscape, with vines stretching as far as the eye can see, is doubly rewarding if you are en route to sample the wine (and even better if you hire a taxi for the day). You can mix and match between routes, depending on where the mood takes you – to Vouni Panayia, a producer keen on promoting indigenous grapes rather than foreign imports. One winery tour later and unfamiliar grape varietals such as maratheftiko, spourtiko and giannoudi were tripping off the tongue, while I was poured a glass of the bestselling Alina wine from one of Cyprus most widely planted white grapes, xynisteri, which makes a great sauvignon blanc-style wine as its mentioned in Cyprus wine map.