This is a superb 13 km long circular trail that is a composition of 4 other trails (described in the current website) near Madari mountain peak (in the area of Pitsilia, on the Troodos mountain range). The trail is of medium difficulty, without very steep ascends and descends. Nevertheless it is quite tiring, and the walker may choose to do one of the component trails, as a number of them meet roads on both ends (so an arrangement could be made for a car pick up at the end of your shorter trip). The walker will enjoy great views towards the south, including Morphou bay, and to the north, including the village of Kyperounda and Troodos peak (to the west there is view towards the village of Spilia). There is great variety in vegetation and you will walk past golden oak, wild rose and mastic bushes, junipers, pine, strawberry trees, rock rose and sage and even cedar, plane trees and fern. You will also see the interesting rock formations in the area. Though the usual start (and finish) of the trail is at the Madari peak (which you can reach by car from the Polistipos village – Mandria village road), you could also take the trail on 2 intersections with the asphalt road connecting Spilia village to Kyperounda village. Madari peak is about 22 km north east of Platres village. In the vicinity there are also other interesting trails, as well as the 2 Unesco World heritage painted churches of Panayia tou Araka and Stavros tou Ayiasmati, picturesque villages, ancient trees and the beautiful Xyliatos dam. Good walking shoes are recommended, as is a walking stick.