Walking in Cyprus

44 walks in the South and the North

By Nike Werstroh, Jacint Mig

Guidebook detailing 44 walks in Cyprus, covering both the south and north of the island. Taking in pine-clad slopes, olive groves, rugged coastline and dramatic gorges, the graded routes of 3 to 20km (2 to 12 miles) make use of waymarked nature trails and visit historical sites of interest, including ancient castles and Byzantine monasteries.

Seasons

The best times for walking are the spring or autumn months. Wildflowers carpet the meadows and the temperature is pleasant for walking.

Centres

Paphos, Polis, Troodos Square, Platres, Kakopetria, Kyrenia/Girne, Lapta, Alevkaya

Difficulty

The graded walks range from short and easy to longer, more demanding routes.

Must See

Akamas Penninsula, Bath of Aphrodite, Avakas Gorge, Troodos Mountains, Paphos Forest, Macharias Monastery, Byzantine churches, Venetian bridges, waterfalls, Cape Greco, Besparmak Mountains, ancient olive trees, castles perched on rocks, orchids, rock roses
ISBN
9781852848378
Availability
Published
Published
2 Oct 2017
Edition
First
Pages
232
Size
17.2 x 11.6 x 1.4cm
Weight
260g
Overview
Table of Contents
Updates
Reviews
Where to Buy
Downloads
Nike

Nike Werstroh

Nike met Jacint many years ago on a long coach journey as they both travelled into the unknown to build a new life in a different country. She always loved travelling and with Jacint she visited many countries. Her love of outdoors emerged after visiting Madeira in 2008. She was mesmerized by the trails and views and since then wherever she and Jacint go they try to seek out the best trails. Nike really enjoys walking in the mountains and would happily spend every day on the trails.

View author profile
Jacint

Jacint Mig

Jacint met Nike many years ago on a long coach journey as they both travelled into the unknown to build a new life in a different country. His love of outdoors emerged after a holiday in Madeira 2008, where he was mesmerised by the views and trails and since then wherever he and Nike go they try to seek out the best trails.

View author profile