O Drys Ton Anemourkon (The Oak of Anemourkon)

This beautiful Oak (O Drys ton Anemourkon) is located in the homonymous location in the valley of the river Atsa. It is a tall and very thick oak standing on the western bank of the river Atsa. This oak endured malicious fires and lightning. In its shade, generations of workers of the surrounding estates stood and from its fruits grew armies of animals. Anemourka is an old dilapidated settlement.

In Spilia-Kourdali there are ancient trees of various kinds, which the inhabitants love and protect. The pine tree of Saint-Anthony of Spilia, which is also the bell tower of the old church. The walnut tree ‘Pouxiourina’ at the site of Karydi, which is the most ancient of Cyprus and was declared protected. The oaks of the ‘ARIS’ Spilia Stadium and the beautiful Oak of Anemourkon in the homonymous location, located in the valley of the river Aksa. The ‘Sykia tis Mersinias’ in the homonymous location of the valley of the river Aksa. The two Olives trees of Our Lady located in the courtyard of the church of Our Lady in Kourdali.


Natural Monuments