Pomos Reservoir Overflows

Published 18th of February, 2022

The reservoirs are overflowing, which is good news. One of the first to pop was Pomos, probably because of its small size. I am always looking for an excuse to go to the Pomos area, as it is a lovely place to explore. So I took my drone and assorted cameras to see what I could see...

A New Feature


It has been a couple of years since I first visited Pomos Reservoir. It will feature in our third roadtrip eBook so I was keen to get some new pictures on the area. I looked on the map before setting off, as I wanted to see if there were any features near to the reservoir that I could investigate. Sure enough, this place popped up.



Initially I thought it was a picnic table, but it is much too narrow for that. Consider it more of a table for playing chess or backgammon on. It's real purpose though, is for people to pose in while they take Instagram pictures.

Reservoir End


I drove the length of the reservoir as I was doing a film for Google Street View. Besides, I wanted to revisit this church because there is a loo here!

Anyway, I parked up and went for a wander.

Panagia Chrysopateritissa Church


I did a walking film here, and a bit of drone flying. I had great fun trying to pronounce the name of the church.

Full Reservoir


I wrote an article on Panagia Chrysopateritissa Church a couple of years ago. Use the link to see it. The thing that I remember most vividly about the place is all the netting that surrounds it. I wonder what it is used for?

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