Around Cape Greko walk (upto 10 km) - from Agia Napa
Why take this tour?
This coastal walk connects Konnos beach at the northern tip of Cape Greko park with Glyky Nero beach in Ayia Napa. The route is 10 km long on the rocky coast. Cape Greko park is a small park between the bustling beach resorts of Ayia Napa and Protaras. The itinerary (a possible stretch of it is on Aphrodite trail) goes by major attractions in the area including the group of sea caves in Agia Napa, the group of sea caves of Cape Greko (known as Palathkia 'ie Palaces), as well as Ammos Tou Kambouri beach, Kermia beach, Kamara tou Koraka natural arch and Agioi Anargyroi chapel (and adjacent cave). Cape Greko park is a good destination also for birdwatchers, especially during spring migration. The waters are usually very calm on the east side. In the hot season sea turtles visit the area to feed. In older times the Mediterranean monk seal was also around - now a few individuals are spotted here sporadically.
No food or drinks are included in the package
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Duration: 6-10 hours
Mobile tickets accepted
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
We assist travellers in their exploration of authentic Cyprus, its beautiful nature and rich cultural heritage. We focus on exploration on foot (guided and self-guided trips), by electric bicycle (self-guided trips) and car. Phivos is a world-travelled native Cypriot, has long experience in authentic ecotourism and has written book guides on Cyprus.
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