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Nice shop in the square for tourists to take gifts home from a holiday. certainly worth a visit. Many restaurants/bars/Taverna's near by too to wet your thirst or your hungry tummy......O'Vrakas Taverna do a super Mousaka. Couldnt eat it all myself, so they offered to...More
We visited this lovely little gem just off Pissouri square after a meal at O'Vrakas restaurant. The shop was full of handmade gifts for everyones tastes and after spending a long time on deciding what to buy, I ended up getting a handmade wall plaque...More
This shop is opposite the entrance to the village square. I was really pleasantly surprised by the beautiful gifts that could be found! A large variety that would cater for all from handmade jewelry and glass items to edible raisins and liqueur!
Beautiful paintings of...More
This is our second stay in Pissouri and found this quaint gift shop newly opened this year. Nearly all the products were made in Cyprus and found a number of gifts to take home not just for family but a little treat for myself! Near...More
Visited this shop one evening when visiting Pissouri Square. Very friendly service. Lots of gift ideas to take home. The shop is opposite the Square so very easy to find. We bought some hand made wooden plagues to hang in our kitchen, very light to...More
We have been to Pissouri a number of times and this visit we came across O'Vrakas Gifts, just off the square. We were delighted to find a lovely little gift shop selling authentic Cyprus articles. Alot of the offering were oviously unique and handmade, we...More
Fascinating little gift shop, selling traditional Cypriot gifts, organic honey/olive oil products, jewelry and much much more. We were served by a Natali (a charming Cypriot girl) who explained that unlike many gift shops, everything on display was handmade in Cyprus by local crafts people...More