National Forest Park at the southeastern end of the island between Agia
Napa and Paralimni. The uniqueness of the area is not only due to its
natural beauty but also to the fact that it offers a wide range of interests
such as swimming, diving, towed parachute, fishing, rowing, cycling,
riding, climbing, airsports and hiking.
Coastal shrubs of which the most frequent observed species is Juniperus
Phoenicea and plants such as chrysanthemums, wild onions, poppies, anemones,
mainly in springtime, dominate the vegetation.
There are about 300 plant species in the area, II of which are includes
species such as partridge, Wood pigeon, crow, owl, as well as a large
number of migratory birds, which stop on the island chiefly to rest.
These include blackbirds, thrushes etc. Also observed in the area are
foxes, hares and various species of bats, reptiles and butterflies.
To date, 9 trails have been constructed Kavo Gkreko - Paralimni area.