Goudi is a village in the province of Pafos, in the valley of Polis Chrysochous. The village of Goudi is built 100 meters above sea level and is spread over a mild slope between 60 and 120 meters.
In the 2001 census, the inhabitants of Goudi were 156.
The heart of the village is adorned by an old building, which has been stagnant for centuries, the church of the village. The ecclesiastical building of the village is dedicated to St. George. In 1927 it was considered necessary to maintain and expand the church of St. George. More information about the village churches can be found on the relevant page. On the precinct of the church, there is the bust of the village hero, Hatzigiannis Georgios.
To the east of the community, just outside the village and within the cemetery, is the temple dedicated to Prophet Elia. One kilometer outside of Goudi, on the top of a mountain, are today the ruins of the church of Agios Aristos, which is said to have long existed as a monastery of Agios Sina.