- There are no agrotourist lodgings in Orounda.
Where to stay
Where to eat
- ‘Epanodos’ Cafe-Restaurant
Do not forget
To visit the Monastery of Agios Nicolaos, a monastery with a rich history. Strolling around Orounda you will encounter two old water-mills, olive trees, some of which are possibly dated back to the Frankish period, orchards with many trees such as lemon trees and orange trees, as well as vegetable gardens. In Orounda you will find local dairy products such as yoghurt, ‘halloumi’ white cheese and ‘anari’.