Spilia-Kourdali are found in the heart of the forest "Adelfoi". The two villages are found in the middle of one natural mountainous green "amphitheater".
Only few villages in Cyprus have such dense natural green landscape as Spilia-Kourdali. The river Atsas springs from Spilia and then crosses Kourdali. A tributary of the river Klarios springs westwards of Spilia and crosses the region of Solea. Over the length of the valley of Atsas and Klarios there are areas with fruit trees and vegetables. The main however trees of the rivers are the walnut trees. The walnuts of Spilia are very famous in Cyprus. The walnut trees are the beloved shelter of the nightingales and as it is said by a poet "they don allow you to sleep" during the spring season.
Above these areas there are vines with many almond trees. During spring, the view created by the almond trees that surround Spilia is magic. Above the vines there are dense forests. In the forests you can find rabbits, partridges, pigeons, jaybirds and other smaller birds. During winter, the kossifes (black birds), the "tzikles" and "kalogiannoi" set up a frantic dance. If you make a tour in these forests that surround Spilia-Kourdali you can find abandoned settlements and ruins of churches.
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