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Dalmation Goat, Arkamas, Paphos, Cyprus

The Arkamas is a national trust area of Cyprus and stretches for miles from St. Georges Bay to Aphrodite’s Baths, very near Latsi/Latchi which hosts a beautiful Marina.  However, beware I would not recommend you attempt driving across the Arkamas in a small vehicle as it is miles and miles of very rough terrain, great fun but you definitely need a larger vehicle, preferably a 4 x 4 or pickup truck.  The views along the way are stunning with lots of different coves at which you can stop and be virtually the only person on the beach.  After driving several miles from St. Georges where you will pass Banana plantations and Orange Groves you will see Lara Bay which is famed for the turtles which come annually, there is also a small restaurant at Lara Bay if you want to stop for some refreshments.

The Arkamas is a National Trust area so picking of plants etc. Is forbidden but you do see some interesting sights along the way, for example look at these pictures of these huge pigs we passed nearby Lara Bay.




Then further along towards the Latchi end we passed lots of goats grazing on the bushes, even saw a Dalmatian goat!



Phil Partridge
Posted: September 27, 2008 by Phil Partridge 1 comments
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Travel writer, car rental guru, Phil has rented cars all over the world and shares his knowledge and experience on the Rhinocarhire.com Blog. Favourite country to visit: France.

Last updated: Friday, July 3, 2020
Nice pictures, Lara ay sounds ok
10/17/2009 10:14:10 AM