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Paphos Archaeological Park in Detail

After the hyperlapse, here is a more sedate trip around Paphos Archaeological Park. There are no captions or commentary, instead, turn the sound up and enjoy the music.

A Whistlestop Tour of Paphos Archaeological Park

This is a tour of the Archaeological Park in Paphos, designed to show you the sheer size of the place.

Promo for our Archaeological Park Series

This is a promo for the series of articles we are about to publish on Paphos Archaeological Park. The fun will start on Sunday 23rd February.

From Peyia To Miliou

We took our camera out for a drive the other day, recording the route from Peyia to Miliou for Google Street View.

Polis Surf

A quick film showing the seas of Polis today. Apologies for the occasional shakes but it was VERY windy!

Pomos Countryside

Pomos is quite a trip from Paphos, but it is most definitely worth it. We were up that way to visit some abandoned villages and overflowing reservoirs this week, but stopped to take in the coast along the way. The countryside up there is breathtaking, and well worth a visit. Here's a short selection of what to expect.

Troodos Winter Roads

When it snows, the Troodos becomes a completely new animal. Join us as we take a drive back from one of the ski slopes.

Kouris Dam Overflows

The Kouris Reservoir Overflows! - Cyprus, 10th January, 2020

Evretou Overflows

Once again Evretou Reservoir has overflowed. We drove to see the action, and marvel as the vegetable waste in the water slowly succumbed to the inevitable force of gravity and cascade down the chute.

Awesome Asprokremmos!

What a difference a couple of days make. We return to Asprokremmos and after the recent rains it now looks astounding!

More Stormy Seas

More stormy seas at Paphos Harbour during the recent deluge.

Winter Water Features

When it rains a lot in Paphos, it produces unexpected treats that are well worth tracking down. One such spectacle is the waterfall thet emerges from the cliffs of Trozena. Last year they were amazing, and this year, with more rain to come, they are also beginning to put on a show.

Stormy Seas

In our final film of 2019, we thought we would take a drive around the coastline of Paphos to see how it had weathered the recent storms. As you can see, once the sun starts shining again, Paphos looks gorgeous.

Evretou Firefighters

Fire fighters get water from Evretou Reservoir to combat a spate of fires. Arson suspected.

What Lurks Beneath...

Somthing is lurking under the waters in the seas near Polis...

Paphos Clouds

There were some nice clouds in the sky this morning, so we went out and filmed them.

The Drive To Adonis Baths

Adonis Baths is a bit of a marmite destination, in that people either love or hate it. One issue that often gets raised is the state of the road that takes you there. So here's a film of us driving to the baths, so you can decide for yourself. There is also an accompanying blog.

Nata To Foinikas Off Road

This film accompanies our recent blog on Foinikas.Part of the journey is sped up a bit, as the journey is quite long.

Paralimni Under Water

These are some clips from our snorkelling adventures on our recent break in Paralimni.

From Paphos to Corallia

This is how you get from Paphos to Corallia Bay, in real time.

Hyperlapse to Corallia

We needed to get to Corallia Beach in a hurry...

Arodafnousa - A Cypriot Fairytale

Here's the film of the story of Arodafnousa, as depicted by Cementography throughout Old Pafos.

Experiments With Timelapses

Three timelapses as the sun sets...Turn the sound up!

Ledra Street Hyperlapse

A hyperlapse journey up and down Ledra Street, in Nicosia.

Latest Blog Articles

Panagia Salamiotissa Monastery

Last autumn we we doing a bit of Off-Roading at the top end of the Diarizos Valley. On our way back to civilisation we spotted an unusual building across the valley, so stopped to take a look. We found ourselves at a modern monastery with a lovely garden.

Polemi Lockdown Part 2

Another day, another walk around Polemi to stretch our legs. This time, after checking on the tulips, we are heading off towards the Winery...

Polemi Lockdown

Cyprus is in lockdown, for its own good. We are allowed to leave the house for exercise, so a brisk walk around the block was in order. And fortunately, we have a very scenic block...

Exploring Evretou

We never get bored of exploring the Cyprus countryside in Springtime, This is a good job, as social distancing prevents us from blogging about anywhere vaguely populated. The other day we took our swanky new 360 camera for a spin. The pictures proved popular, especially to people pining for a holiday cut-short. So here are the pictures we took with our usual camera as we were on our travels.

Latest News Articles

New charts on Covid-19 in Cyprus

The Health Ministry has released new infographics on the spread of Covid-19 in Cyprus that look at the geographical distribution, age group and smoking status among other parameters.

The data is from March 7 to April 4.

The ministry clarified that as regards the smoking habits, the figures  concern only 182 cases for which it has information.

Two arrested for fake SMS to bypass lockdown

A man and a woman were arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of showing a fake SMS to police in order to bypass the stay at home decree.

Philenews reports that the message was shown to police in Limassol in one instance and in the SBA in the second.

The man is aged 49 and the woman 40. She told police that the man had allegedly created and sent her the SMS.

Anastasiades message to UK Prime Minister

President Nicos Anastasiades has joined other leaders in extending wishes to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson who is fighting worsening coronavirus symptoms at a London hospital.

Coronavirus: 127 booked for violating movement restrictions overnight

Police booked 127 pedestrians and motorists for violating the decree restricting movements overnight on Monday.

Two premises in Paphos were also booked.

Officers checked the movement of 4,250 people and 1,165 premises islandwide.

Thirty four people were booked in Nicosia, 32 in Limassol, 41 in Larnaca, 14 in Paphos and six in Famagusta.