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The Akamas Peninsula on the north-western tip of the island (where the Anassa is located), is an area of natural wilderness where pine-clad cliffs plunge down into turquoise waters.
With its rugged coastline, alternating between rocky shores, promontories and sandy bays, it is an area of breathtaking beauty exuding an aura of ancient peacefulness.
There's a network of trails, such as “Aphrodite” or “Adonis”, providing spectacular views across the Mediterranean. The nature trails go from near sea level past carob, mastic and eucalyptus climbing up to juniper and pine. Along the way you can see rare plants like the Cyprus orchid, tulip and crocus.
In the spring or autumn hundreds of migrating birds pass by overhead, as the island is on the migration path between Europe, Asia and Africa.
Interesting geological formations are visible all over the Akamas Peninsula, from narrow deep valleys, caves and islets to gorges, such as that of Avakas.
So, lots to keep you interested as you're hiking around the peninsula during your holiday at Anassa