Akamas Peninsula Cyprus


The Akamas Peninsula is an appendage in the northwestern corner of the Mediterranean island of Cyprus.  The region earned repeated references in Greek mythology, notably as the place where the goddess Aphrodite met her lover, Adonis.  Home to a wide array of rare flora and fauna ranging from fruit bats to monk seals, much of the peninsula is protected under Cypriot environmental laws.  In this drone video by contributor Travel and Drones, you'll get an aerial tour of Akamas, which is named after a son of the Theseus of Trojan War fame.

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