The Grey Cliffs of Paphos - Part 3
In the final part of our look at the Paphos Cliffs, we uncover an Archaeological Site, along with some not-so-archaeological digs.
You get a good view when you are climbing up and down these cliffs. I took several similar pictures during the course of these blogs but I like this one the most. I wonder who owns that field over there? Must be worth a fortune.
The Route Up and Down
The cliffs are harder to navigate in this section. Rather than traverse them I had to return to ground level and move along that way.
Moving along, I knew there was something interesting up there. However, I was due to pick somebody up in a while, and I wasn't sure how long I would be up there. So I left it alone for the time being, with a view to returning later.
Building Site Ahead
The cliff exploration was coming to an end, as the area ahead was in the process of being developed.
Paphos is a growing city. One of the things that struck me when I first drove through it was how varied it was. I could drive down random roads and one minute I would be surrounded by shops, the next minute I would be by a farm. It is still like that in some areas, but it is understandable that the inner fields would get built on one day.