The renowned Kamara tou Koraka Bridge is located in the Cavo Greco area in the Ayia Napa town in the Ammochostos district. More specifically it is situated approximately one kilometre from the Agioi Anargyroi Chapel and Agioi Anargyroi Cave.
This bridge is considered to be one of the most famous attractions and things to see in the Cavo Greco area. In Greek, this translates to "Καμάρα του Κόρακα".
It is a tall and graphical bridge, a symbol for the entire Cavo Greco Peninsula. What makes it so spectacular is that it is a rare natural construction which nature took thousands of years to create.
This is why it is such a popular attraction to both tourists and locals. It have become so popular that some newly wedded couples choose this location for their wedding photos.
During the last decade the bridge is at risk of being destroyed due to the gradual erosion in the area. Apart from the passing of time, the roots of the bushes have also added to the problem.
According to many geologists and other specialists, it is only a matter of time before the bridge collapses into the sea. A possible earthquake or any other reason that could shake the earth would also destroy it.
The Ayia Napa Municipality is attempting to find a permanent solution to this problem, or at least find a way to extend the life of this natural monument. Hopefully a resolution will be found in order to allow us to appreciate this remarkable miracle of nature.