Kapilio is a small, picturesque village in the Limassol region of Cyprus. It is located in a green area famous for its Commandaria wine, built on a slight elevation in the valley of the Ambelikos river to the east of the Troodos mountain range. The village is situated among the villages of Apesia, Korfi and Limnati and took its name from the seven distilleries that were also used as Kapilia (Taverns) for the many people that travelled through the area.
The main village church is dedicated to Saint George the Tropeoforos and dates to the 12th century. There are two other smaller churches in the settlement, both dedicated to The Virgin, (The Virgin of the Vineyards and the Virgin of the Baths).[
The village was famous in the past for its peaches. The inhabitants today are less than 30.