The Sparti Rope Park is located in the Platres village in Cyprus, in front of the Platres hospital coming from the main road of Kato Platres to Pano Platres.

The Sparti Rope Park is the first rope adventure forest park in Cyprus and is a family outdoor activity. The name comes from the Greek Spartans due to the fact that they used this type of training.

The park is for all ages starting from 2 years old and prices vary according to age and lines. You can get to the park by car or by bus. For more information contact the park or visit the website.

Address:

 

Cyprus, 4820, Pano Platres,

Panagias Phaneromenis str., 50

Telephone:

+357 99 100003

+357 99 100040

Fax:

+357 25 212229

E-mail:

[email protected]

Website:

http://spartipark.com/en/

 

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