Limni Mine

Published 5th of August, 2018

Limni Mine is an abandoned Copper and Sulphur Mine, which at some point in the future may become a golf course. With that in mind we thought we better take a look around before the golf balls start flying...

Pelathousa

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We began our visit at Pelathousa. This is a semi-abandoned village on the hills near Limni Mine. Actually, to make this blog, we visited the site a number of times, and there are easier ways to get to the mine than from this location. Your best bet is to come up from Limni Pier.

Distant Mine

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We start here though, because you get a nice view of the mine.

Distant Pool

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We took this shot a couple of months ago. There was still some water in the lake then.

Limni Approach

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The slag heaps are fascinating places, full of a myriad of interesting rocks and minerals. This odd lump looks very unusual though.

But First...

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However, before we investigated the main mine, we took a slight diversion when we reached the bottom of the valley. We turned right, and drove through some trees before stumbling upon some more excavations.

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