Kallepia Caving

Published 18th of May, 2018

We've visited a few shrine caves on our travels through Cyprus. Most of them are fairly shallow though, and don't require a torch to explore. The Agios Konstantinos and St. Helen chapel is different. If you enter the cave there, you better come equipped with illumination...

A Remote Church

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This little chapel lies between Kallepia and the road to Minthis Hills. It isn't signposted, and is easy to miss. The road down to it from the main road is a typical country track that expects you to turn on a sixpence.

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Well Maintained

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It may be hard to find, but it is certainly still used. Pictures on google show a busy church with a large congregation.

Distant Kallepia

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The location is beautiful. Kallepia lies across the valley, and beyond that, the Ezousa river cuts it's path through the Paphos hills.

Ezousa Valley

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However, we are not here to look at the scenery. We've had a tip-off that this particular church has a surprise in store for anybody lucky enough to find it.

The Main Entrance

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So let's go in, and see what we find...

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