Location: Choirokoitia

District: Larnaca

Starting Point: Road towards Choirokoitia, after the parking area of the archaeological site, opposite the turn towards Tochni and the church of Agios Fanourios and Agios Nektarios. The opposite course from the village towards the archaeological area is difficult.

Length: 2 kilometres

Time: 45 minutes hiking

Difficulty: 2

Points of Interest:

The Choirokoitia archaeological area, is one of the most important settlements of the Neolithic period which is included in the catalogue of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage.

Rules of conduct for Visitors

Visitors of nature trails sites should follow some basic rules of conduct to ensure the least possible harm to the environment but also to ensure the comfort of other guests.

The most important of these rules are the following:

  • Keep the area clean. Collect all the rubbish that have emerged and put them in bins. If for any reason there are no bins or if it is full, then take your trash with you. Do not leave plastic bags outside, because they are usually scattered by stray dogs, foxes etc.      
  •  Do not make unnecessary noises, respect the rights of the others for peace and quiet.
  • Cutting plants, tree bark harassing nests, damaging the environment are banned by the forestry legislation.
  • Park your car in parking lots.
  • Use the water with caution. Don't waste it.     
  • Solicit other guests to obey by the basic rules of conduct.
  • If you notice a fire, immediately call the number 1407 (24 hours, toll-free)
Choirokoitia Nature Trail photos: 
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Choirokoitia Nature Trail location map: 

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