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Xeros Valley
This is a remote area which will look a bit different in the summer time. The nearest road is one of the few that spans this particular valley.
Below Asprokremmos Dam
We gave you a sneeky peak of this location in a recent blog. Another damn fine view, and the bees were enjoying it too!
Alphamega Carpark, Looking Towards the Hospital
You must have made a democratic choice to arrive here. You come here to refuel your house, not your car! There's an unusually shaped building in the picture where they really know how to look after you...
Limni Mine
At first glance this might look a beach, but you would be mistaken. Mine how you go here, as there are plans to turn it all into a golf course.
Scenic Paphos
Fed up with driving down the B7 into Paphos? If you were to take a more scenic route, you might end up here...
Evretou View
A lofty view of one of our favourite reservoirs. It has it's own abandoned village, and is near a Venetian Bridge.
Vretsia Valley
Now this is a tough one. You will need a 4x4 to explore this area properly, and the nearest tavern burnt down a couple of years ago, so you will need to bring your own refreshments. However, you aren't a million miles away from a secret swimming hole, so bring your costume and a towel and get ready to cool off.
Vretsia Flowers
Spring flowers, but where are they? This place has been abandoned, though the local tavern survived for longer than the rest of the village...
Kathikas Viewpoint
This is a tough on, however, if you have a car it is likely that you have driven past this location. There are a number of panoramic views along this section of the road, but what is the view of?
Old Pafos Carpark
You'll get a lift out of this location. While you are here, say hello to the little girl, though she's not interested in the view.
Polis From Evretou
Another lofty view, this time looking towards the sea. But is that the north or south coast that we can see in the distance?
Asprokremmos Dam
This is a damn fine view, but which one? It looks remarkably full at the moment, so do bear that in mind. It doesn't often look like this.

Latest Blog Articles

White River to Arodes

After a recent swim on an Akamas beach, we drove back to Polemi over one of our favourite off-road routes. Let's see what the Akamas had to show us along the way...

Geroskipou Antiquities Under Threat

There's a very nice church on the front at Paphos. It is built next to an area of land that until now has been empty, save for some archaeological ruins. There are now plans to build on the site, and protests are also planned to prevent any such development. We took our camera down to get a first hand view...

Kato and Pano Kivides

Nestled in the hills to the north west of Limassol, Kano and Pano Kivides are two abandoned villages that have different stories to tell. A couple of weeks ago we visited them to see what they had to say...

Geroskipou Bypass

It has been announced that there is to be a new bypass built between Paphos and Geroskipou. Responses to this news were mixed, but we think it is a good idea. We decided to visit the area to see where the bypass will go and who it will benefit. Besides, the map had shown that there was a flea market in the area. What was that all about...?

Latest News Articles

Sculptures to be sunk in sea off Kato Paphos

A unique sculpture composition will be sunk in the sea off Kato Paphos on Thursday morning.

The sinking of what the environmentally friendly work of art will attract swimmers and divers and at the same time contribute to the protection and reproduction of biodiversity.

British expats in Cyprus given an extra year to apply for residence permits

Britons living in Cyprus have been given a grace period until December 31, 2020 to apply for legal status on the island in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the government announced on Wednesday.

Britain is due to leave the EU on October 31 with or without a deal and the residency permit applications were supposed to have been made by that date.

Hapless thieves throw away €2,000 still inside bag they snatched (Updated)

Police on Sunday said they had recovered almost €2,000 from between €4,000 and €6,000 that was in a bag snatched from a Paphos restaurant owner outside her home late Saturday just before she went to exit her car.

Four remanded after wild car chase in Paphos

Four Iranian men were remanded by the Paphos court for two days on Sunday after allegedly causing mayhem resulting in a three-car crash as they attempted to settle personal differences on the streets of the town in front of frightened bystanders, police said.