Akourdaleia Church And Mill

Published 11th of September, 2022

Towards The Main Gorge

akourdaleia-church-and-mill_06

This drive just generates a TODO list. I need to get to one of the peaks and fly the drone. I also need to fly it from the edge of the track, just up ahead.

Take Care

akourdaleia-church-and-mill_07

You can't tell from this picture,. but the track down here is rather steep, as it takes a direct route rather than meandering across the side of the hill.

This Way

akourdaleia-church-and-mill_08

You can't really tell from this shot, but the church is this way.

Strange Building

akourdaleia-church-and-mill_11

As we approached the point where the track crosses the gorge, we spotted an old building on the left. My initial throught was that it was a mill, but if you look at it, it is in fact a regular building.

River Crossing

akourdaleia-church-and-mill_09

Given that we've just been through the usual hot Cyprus summer, I was quite surprised to see that there was quite a lot of water flowing down the gorge.

Page 2 of 6

If you like our blogs and the rest of our content, please consider slinging us a few euros to help us produce more content. Use the Coffee link below if you feel so inclined. Payments are taken on a secure gateway, with no contact!
Booking.com

Related Blogs:

Theletra Waterfall

The abandoned village of Theletra, between Stroumpi and Kathikas, is a great place to visit and explore. Equally fascinating is the surrounding countryside, which consists of forgotten tracks and overgrown orchards and vineyards. The other day we went exploring, looking for a church. I am still not sure whether we found it or not, but we had a lot of fun on the way, and discovered a little waterfall...

Is this the Oldest Olive Tree in Cyprus?

We were out exploring in the Akamas the other day, and we came across this lovely old Olive Tree. I can't help wondering how long it has stood here...

Latest Blog Articles

Latest News Articles