The Troodos National Forest Park covers an area of 9,147 hectares around Mount Olympus. It is an area of great natural beauty, suitable for activities such as hiking, winter skiing, biking, nature study, trail running, camping and picnics. The area is renowned for its rich flora and fauna. It is home to 750 species of plants, 12 of which are indigenous within the park. Park animal life is protected.. The region's rare geology includes a well-preserved ophiolite complex, created from oceanic crust about 90 million years ago. Elements of this complex can be viewed walking along one of the many Park nature trails. Troodos has camping sites where camping is allowed for a small fee per overnight stay. The sites offers basic facilities such as barbecue sites, potable water, benches, tables and washrooms. Marathasa Valley is a fertile area, known for its cherry trees, situated on the northern slopes of the Troodos range. It is dotted with picturesque villages, such as Kalopanagiotis, Moutoullas and Pedoulas. The map was created at the scale of 1/25,000 and covers an area of 224 sq. kms. It is very detailed and shows villages and isolated buildings, tracks and footpaths, vegetation and cultivations, caves and churches. Also seasonal streams with their names, water tanks and abandoned water mills, place names, contours every 10 meters and spot heights.
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