Thousands of ancient cedar trees make up this natural attraction. The majestic trees are closely related to the famous Lebanese cedars, but are indigenous to the island. Keen walkers can follow the European long-distance walking path (E4) to the peak of Mount Tripylos; alternatively, camp out in the picnic area and enjoy panoramic views of the Pafos forest. The aromatic valley is home to free-ranging moufflon (red-brown wild sheep), but they are usually too elusive for a snapshot. For a closer look at Cyprus's national animal, head for Stavros tis Psokas.