valley in the interior of the island is so
named because of the seven springs that flow
easily through the area. The water is surrounded
by a maze of footpaths and enormous plane
and pine trees.
the footpaths it is possible to find the source
of each of the seven springs. Entry to the
area is by road, alongside a beautiful green
lake and then either by a main footpath or
through a long dark tunnel - the tunnel is
not recommended for claustrophobia sufferers!
Peacocks are common
to the region, although they are not easily
spotted; but there is no doubt of their
existence as their penetrating cry can be
heard for miles.
Take off your shoes, join the queue and
then make your way stooping and splashing
through the tunnel, which leads the water
from the springs and streams into an artificial
Passing through the Tunnel is a must and
a fun experience.