Episkopi is a village in the province of Pafos,11 kilometers northeast of the city of Pafos.
The village of Episkopi was built on the western side of the Ezousas River valley.
In Episkopi the first thing you will notice as you enter the village from the road of Koni is the huge rock, which will surely make an impression. Near the base of the huge rock there is an old stone fountain that remains there as a memory of the past.
A few meters beyond the village of Episkopi you will meet the church of Agios Ilarionas, who is the patron Saint of the village. Some of the hidden treasures found in the valleys of the rivers that surround the village of Episkopi are the watermill, the Venetian bridges, the chapels and the ruined villages.
In the area there is one of the most interesting monuments of the island, the Sinti Monastery, which was awarded the Europa Nostra Excellence Award in 1997.