Kelefos Bridge is a medieval Venetian bridge crossing the Dhiarizos river in the mountains of Paphos in Cyprus. It is located at the borders of Phini, Agios Nicolaos and Pera Vasa close to the Arminou Dam. This one arch stone bridge has 10.70 m span and 10.7 m width.
We visited here sunday 1st December sun was shining although only about 19 degrees, just as we arrived a bus tour also arrived so was very busy, the river was running beautiful clear water, would be a peaceful place if the tour hadnt been, woukd defo visit again
A very interesting day out being driven through the hidden villages of the Troodos mountains.We visited the Kelefos Bridge constructed by the Venetians long ago. Well worth the visit.
There are a number of Venetian bridges remaining intact off the beaten track, we spent an interesting and very different sort of day trying to find some. Some are well signposted but not all.Take a look at your map and see if you can find some, Maybe take a picnic and make a…
Its a beautiful place in the mountains of Cyprus where you feel the fresh air the extraordinary location