The Asprokremmos Lake is a manmade lake located in the Paphos district. The water is recycled by the manmade dam of Asprokremmos which operated in 1982. It is the second largest manmade lake in Cyprus after the largest one of Kouris.
The construction began during 1976 after the Turkish invasion and were completed in 1980 with a cost of 25 million pounds. It is located at 16 kilometres east of Paphos at an altitude of 80 metres near the Nikoklia Village. Its water s used for the irrigation of the Paphos Valley as well as the Paphos town and Yeroskipou Village. It is a dirt made lake with a capacity of 52375 cubical metres. The lake includes many fish such as bass, carp, roach and trout.