The Enclosure of Agios Neophytos
We originally thought we could get to Agios Neophytos by going above Maronas, where we recently blogged. This was the view from there (point C on the map). Unfortunately, there is no route from here to the wind turbines.
I am not going to apologise for the amount of flower pictures in the blogs at the moment. They won't last, as summer isn't far away. So enjoy them while you can!
Future Picnic Spot
We spotted this little picnic spot while driving through Maronas Heights. We shall have to remember this for future travels. However, when it was obvious that we had hit a dead end, we drove back to the main road and headed once again through Fasoula, towards Souskiou.
Souskiou (Point D on the map) is another abandoned village, which will get it's own blog soon. It is easy to miss, but is actually very large. You can also find some free-roaming pigs there. On this occasion, we were simply going to drive across the valley, through the village and up that hillside track you can see on the top right.
Incidentally, fair play to the local Cypriots. The track we drove on was in excellent condition, and had recently been cleared. The Cypriots are very good at keeping their farm tracks in good nick, if they are in use.
Agios Neophytos Wind Turbine
Once we reached a main road again, we turned left. We soon came to a sign pointing to Agios Neophytos, and followed it, in amongst the wind turbines.