The Akamas Peninsula is a Cyprus National Park located at the north-west part of the island. It is located between the small towns of Pegeia and Polis. Next to it's natural beauty and huge variety of flora and fauna, other sites of interest include the Baths of Aphrodite 'where the goddess used to bathe' and a loggerhead turtle sanctuary.
The area has fantastic walking trails. Bikes can be rented nearby or you can explore the nature on donkey back with your own personal guide.