Off the beaten path in Cyprus: Avgas Gorge

Avgas Gorge, on the western coast of Cyprus, is a magnificent fissure in the limestone cliffs. It lies in an unfrequented part of the island where tourists rarely went.

At the time of my first visit, I lived in Yorkshire. So, my first sight invited comparison with the limestone country of the Pennines. But, after the first section of the gorge, guarded by a cold, dark gap of only about 10 feet between 300-foot high cliffs, it opened out into an almost tropical treescape...

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