The Solea Valley is a valley in the Troodos Mountains in the central part of the island of Cyprus. It is also known as the Salia Valley. The valley is named after the nearby village of Solea, which is located in the valley. The valley is surrounded by mountains and is home to a number of small villages. The area is known for its natural beauty, with many hiking trails and scenic drives.
The name "Solia" or "Salia" is derived from the Greek word "Solia", which means "vineyards". This is because the valley is known for its rich vineyards, which produce a variety of grapes for the production of wine.