Shop/Showroom For Rent in Yeroskipou
The total 90 sq. meters fully furnished coffee shop is located right in the heart of Yeroskipou town in the main square! It is situated on the first floor of the building with a private access.
This is an excellent location for this type of business! The property is just next to the popular ancient church of Agia Paraskevi that is daily a high visited place for tourists and locals.
The property is also just 100m away from the Municipality Hall, the Museum for local ethnographic as well as next to several shops for the traditional preparation of the famous local Yeroskipou delight called “Loukoumi”.
The square of Yeroskipou is often and all year round used as the place for local and international culture events that bring just on the footstep of the property always a great number of visitors.
Further to the internal 90 sq. meters covered area the property offers 100 sq. meters uncovered verandas with excellent views to the square and Yeroskipou town. A planning permit and 4 parking spaces are granted for the coffee shop business. The building has been fully renovated in 2003.
Call us today for a tour at 99419849!
- Air Conditioning
- Fully Furnished
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Granite worksurfaces
- 1st Floor
- Private Parking/ Car Port
Views & Distances
- Walking Distance to Shops & Restaurants
- Walking Distance To Bus Route
- Town or Village: Walking Distance
- Easy access to Motorway
- Airport: 15 min drive
- City view
- Male & Female WCs
Just east of Paphos and nearby the mythical "Petra tou Romiou" Aphrodites Rock lies the village of Yeroskipos, a place with a history that dates back to ancient times. Today, the presence of a number of archaeological sites and medieval monuments in the village and the surrounding area provide the evidence for its historical value and turns the place into an interesting attraction for visitors. But what makes the village of Yeroskipou an equally well-known attraction relates to a sweet and tasty product, named here in Cyprus ‘Yeroskipos loukoumia’. Travellers passing through the village, using the old Limassol-Paphos road will certainly come across a cluster of small gift shops along the roadside piled with baskets of colorful boxes filled with loukoumia of assorted flavors.
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