Karpasia Tip - Apostle Antreas
Our walk starts at the historic Apostle Antreas monastery and goes north west, all the way to the north Karpasia coast. The walk is in a pristine, almost untouched by man, rich in biodiversity area of Cyprus, dominated by low juniper vegetation. Walkers may see many different plant species, many of them in bloom from February to May. The walk offers excellent vistas of the north Karpasia coast towards Ourania (some ruins remain of this medieval city) and all the way east to Kleides islands and south to Apostle Antreas monastery. A high point of the walk is probably a stop at Apostle Antreas cape, the most eastern point in Cyprus. After the 16-km long easy walkers can be rewarded with a stop at incredible four-km long Pachyammos beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in Cyprus and the eastern Mediterranean (there are a couple of other excellent beaches by or near the walking route - one on the north coast and one on the east).