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Napa View

A cache by Brandi Sour Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 11/4/2006
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2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

The cache is hidden on the Cape Greko side of Agia Napa, near the church of Saint Epiphanos, which has recently been fully renovated.

The route to the cache area is easily accessible by any means of transport.

There is an obvious parking area near the given coordinates and a short scramble will be required to find the cache itself.

We have not been able to find any information about St Epiphanos, but are aware of a large church near Salamis (in the northern part of Cyprus) by this name. The doors are normally open and it is well worth a visit to see the beautifully painted walls and ceiling. We guess this is how the really old 'painted churches' would have looked when they were newly built and decorated.

The views across the ever-growing town are quite surprising from atop this vantage point - beside the new and rather large wooden cross (which is illuminated by night) and looking eastwards, the towering mass of Cape Greko can be seen.

The cache is a small lock and lock container.

FTF honours and congratulations to Melmur
8 November 2006

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