Phiti village also known as Phyti, is situated on a plateau 25 kilometers north-east of Paphos and 20 kilometres south-east of Polis Chrysochous. There are several small villages within a 3 kilometre radius of Fyti including, Lasa, Kritou Marottou and Anadhiou all residing at an average altitude of 680 metres.
Due to the altitude and cover from the surrounding landscape, Phiti enjoys a pleasant climate all year round with long dry summers and winters that still remain warm and predominantly dry, rarely seeing frost or snow. Phiti, along with two other villages in the Paphos district, have been ranked as grade A tourism villages. The houses are built of local stone and have changed little since the village was created in the 19th century, the population of the village has fluctuated throughout the years and in the 2001 census the community's inhabitants numbered 97.