Cape Greco or Cavo Greco (Greek: Κάβο Γκρέκο) is located in the southeastern part of Cyprus and is a part of Ayia Napa Municipality.
The headland of Cavo Greco is a famous destination for tourist and for locals due to its natural beauty which was the reason to be proclaimed in 1993 a protected National Forest Park.
Cape Greco peninsula is an area with unique natural beauty and the home of unique fauna and flora which someone can admire by hiking along the network of nature trails. This nature trails is one of the trails of the European Long Distance Trail E4, which runs from Gibraltar to Cyprus.
The National Park covers an area of 385 hectares and before the 20s it was used to be covered by juniper forest. Since 1920 the area is covered by spatial juniper and other varieties of trees, shrubs, from which 14 species are endemic to Cyprus. The area is covered also by various species of flowers, including orchids and other rare plants. The fauna of the area is comprised mainly by foxes, hares, hedgehogs, lizards, butterflies and more than 80 species of birds, among them migratory species.
Cavo Greco national park offers to its visitors a unique experience of walking, hiking or cycling through the nature trail, cliff jumping, exploring sea caves, diving, fishing and swimming.