The diocese of Paphos, built on the west bank of the Ezusa River, boasts a rich natural environment. Specifically the Ezousa Valley, considered one of the most beautiful valleys in Cyprus, as well as the well-known Diocese Cliff, which is located in the center of the community, host a large number of important and rare species of flora and fauna constituting therefore protected areas. . Therefore, with the aim of highlighting and promoting the ecological value of the community, along with protecting the ecological and cultural characteristics of the area, the Environmental Information Center of Episkopi has been established. The Center has an exhibit room, which, using modern surveillance tools, exhibits exhibits related to the geology, flora, fauna, history and culture of the Episcopal community, as well as the wider area, a lecture and projection room. a short film showing information on the geology, hydrology, flora and fauna of the area, as well as a laboratory equipped with modern equipment such as microscopes, stereoscopes, computers, which can It can be used by students, students and researchers in research and educational programs.