The rocky promontory on the south-eastern coast of Cyprus, east of Agia Napa and south east of Protaras, is an area of unspoiled natural beauty that has been declared a National Forest Park and conservation area and covers an area of 385 hectares. The hike along the network of nature trails is lined with miniature pine trees and juniper with stopping points to admire spectacular views from sea cliffs overlooking turquoise seas. Many benches are spread out along these trails to take a break from the walk and admire the surroundings in stillness. A lovely monument to visit is the tiny white washed church of Agioi Anargyroi with steps that lead down to the sea where there is a place where Holy water runs.