The village of Choulou is a village in the province of Pafos and is located 37 km northeast of the city of Pafos.
Choulou in the Middle Ages was a famous chiflik and is associated with the popular Cypriot folk song "Arodafnousa".
There are many wonderful sights and memorials for anyone visiting this beautiful historical village of Choulou, such as the many Chapels, the watermill, the lower fountain, Saint George Church, Saint Theodoros Church, the Church of Pantanassas, the mosque, the Ezousa River and the two stone arched bridges.
The name of the village comes from the founder and first settler of the area, who was from Syria. It is said that the name “Houlio” was the title that brought officials the Bektashi guild dervishes of Syria.