Kyprianades is a small village with a small number of residents, built in a verdant environment. A tributary of the Tyflos River  flows through the village which creates an excellent natural landscape. In its waters you will see eels and tortoises, as well as fries and carps which live in the river. A sight in the village is the waterfall of Kyprianades that is about eight meters high. Access to the waterfall is relatively easy, all you have to do is follow a small and narrow trail which begins from the spring of Kyprianades. At the location where the spring and the pumping-station of Kyprianades are situated, you can also find a beautiful spot for visitors, under shadowy plane-trees next to running currents.

Kyprianades, due to its natural beauty, attracts many naturists and hikers who combine visiting this village with the neighboring Klimatia and also a visit to the cave of Anthropograva which is one of the most lovely and interesting caves in Greece. Kyprianades is approximately 30 kilometers away from the city of Corfu.