Paphos Coast During Lockdown
We've been revisiting our old film of the Paphos Coast Path over the last few days. We thought that to accompany the films we should pop down to the coast and see how the route is coping during lockdown. So we donned our masks, sent off the SMS codes, and this is what we found...
End Of The Road
We shall start our adventure at the far end of Geroskipou Bay. Behind us you will find what is laughingly called a Dog Beach. And beyond that is a rather poingnant shrine which we covered a few years ago.
Wrap Up Warm
As you can see, there are a few hardy walkers out and about, but nobody is wearing a swimming costume today. The film we made was shot later in the year, so while not in peak season (early May) you will get to see a fair amount of sun worshippers about.
This is the path behind the Louis Phaethon.
You will see a lot of seaweed around at the moment. It gets cleared up before the tourists arrive. There is no point in removing it yet though, as it will only be replaced by more.
The seaweed is a good sign, by the way. It indicates that the water is very clean.
Paphos 360 Seafront Walk - Part 1
We have produced two versions of the regular speed film. The first is full 360 degrees. This means you can look around as the film progresses. On a PC, use the W,S, A and D keys. On a tablet, just tilt or drag the screen.
Not every device supports 360, and some people don't like it, so we have also produced fixed view versions.