Lefkara is a mountain village not far from Larnaca. It is divided into Pano (the upper one) and Kato (the lower one). The village is known for its silver handicrafts and handmade lace embroidery, which has been made there since the Venetian times. Even Leonardo da Vinci is said to have visited the place in 1481 and bought a cloth that is still in the cathedral of Milan today.
The mountain village is located 650 meters above sea level at the foot of the Troodos Mountains. The narrow gases and the traditional architecture of the old houses give the place a special character.
You can move around on foot and explore everything there. It’s just worth strolling there and looking at the individual alleys. The real main attraction is the place itself.