Myrianthousa wellness spa opens in Kalopanayiotis
During his recent visit to inaugurate major public infrastructure projects in Kalopanayiotis, President Nicos Anastasiades also opened the ‘Myrianthousa’ spa and wellness centre located within the Casale Panayiotis.
The centre takes its name from the Setrachos river that runs down the Marathassa valley which boasts the “myriad anthi” (myriad of blossoms) deriving from the cherry, apple and almond trees all around.
The village is also known from older times for its thermal and mineral sources, used for healing purposes and in recent decades bottled for consumption.
The wellness centre and spa includes hydrotherapy and mud therapy, sauna and steam therapy, a ‘natural snow’ room, as well as relaxation rooms.
Natural products widely used include honey, regional grapes, eucalyptus, olive and almond oil, as well as citrus essence oils and herbs from the wider Troodos area.
The centre is fully equipped and is operated by qualified staff for sessions of personal calm, body and spirit harmony, wellness and revitalisation.
A stay at any of the 26 agrotourism units at the Casale Panayiotis can now be combined with sessions at the wellness centre and spa, while outdoor activities include a