Troodos is the largest mountain range in Cyprus, located in roughly the center of the island. Its highest peak is at 1,952 metres and covers 1/3 of the island's area.
We are near the top of the Troodos mountain range, we see other visitors with cars going upward, we see lush vegetation mainly conifer trees and in a stream we watch a group of equestrians.
As we can see in the next footage, the flora of the mountain is impressively rich not only in size but also in a variety of forests of different tree species. In the next shot we see children play and a little further down, a spring flows.
As we come closer to the top we find the Troodos village, which is the central part of the mountain range and there is a crossroad of the three roads that connect the mountain with Nicosia, Limassol and Prodromos. Shops, tourists, tour buses, riders, friends who have lunch at a restaurant, an outdoor seller of nuts and honey. Footage from the top of Troodos and a panoramic view of the plains. A little further down, blooming trees and a villa.
Lastly, views from the car on the way back.