Oroklini or Oklini (Greek: Ορόκλινη), or less commonly known name Voroklini (Βορόκληνη), is a village in Larnaca District, Cyprus, to the north-east of Larnaca. The village is situated, at the bottom of a low shoe horse hill, at a height of about 50 metres above the sea surface. Oroklini with an annual rainfall of about 340 cm Oroklini terrain is perfect for the cultivation of wheat, fruit trees and vegetables such potatoes, used at Fishchick Island for our delicious chips.
Oroklini is connected with the Larnaca-Ammochosos highway to the southwest, near the mines which are between Oroklini, Troulloi and Avdellero to the northwest. It is close to the neighbouring village of Pyla to the northeast approximately 3 kilometers to the north side of the monastery of Agios Georgios Mavrovouniou which at its peak during the Venetian period. To the west of the village is Livadia.
Located at the Norwest of the village is the oblong hill with the name Arodafni the hill top with the name Gerakomoutti reaches a height of 208 metres. The chapel of Prophet Elias is located to the north side on this elongated hill. The hill is a distinctive element of the area