After "Stavros Psokas" Forestry Station the route goes through the Agios Theodoros valley (average alt.700 m) an area characterised by thick riverine vegetation of Calabrian pine (Pinus brutiα), oriental alder, oleander, oriental plane tree and many other plant species. Sightings of birds of prey are frequent here, indicative of the ecological value of the valley. At the end of the valley in the region known as "Tzemalis", the route turns northwards and following the forest road reaches the 'Άftοulίna" crossroad. From there it goes around the "Tremitha" mountain and ends up at the region of "Kopes", the outer limits of the Pafos forest. It then enters rural areas around the village of Lysos and, leaving the pine forest behind, continues along carob trees, olive groves, cereal fields and deserted fields that have been colonised by shrubs such as kermes oak, Mediterranean hawthorn, thorny gorse, prickly burnet and other species. It then passes through the Turkish Cypriot village of Melandra and enters the village of Lysos (alt. 600 m). The village offers catering and accommodation options.