Sarah Catherine Knights
Places Emily visits during the course of the novel, Aphrodite's Child
Also known as Petra Tou Romiou, this is the view Emily gazes at, just before she meets James on the day when they build their hearts.
Aphrodite's Rock at Sunset
Is that Emily coming out of the sea or Aphrodite herself?
It is a magical place at sunset.
Tourists come from miles around to stand on the beach and watch the sunset. The Goddess of Love lends her magic.
This is the village they visit with Jen and John
Pebble hearts at Aphrodite's Rock
Lovers come to the beach and build hearts
The Red Arrows' Heart in the Sky
Emily sees this display right above her married quarter
The Salt Lake, Akrotiri
This is the salt lake she sees the first night, when she goes out for a meal.
This is the view Emily saw when she went out on her own to take pictures.
After their first trip in the speed boat, they moor here and go to a taverna.
The Apollo Cafe, Limassol
This is where Emily goes with her family soon after she gets to Cyprus. She also plans to meet James here.
Table Cloths on sale in St Andrew's street.
The Monastery of the Cats, Akrotiri
Where the family find their kitten.
Where they go with Jen and John and the children and where Emily and Luke have their walk together.
Wishing tree, Aphrodite's Rock
This is where James and Emily meet and build their pebble hearts in the sand.
Hearts in the Sand
Emily sees hearts everywhere when she is on the beach at Petra Tou Romiou.
Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love, was born here. She emerged from the sea, a fully-formed adult.
This is the famous rock, taken from a different angle.
The scenery is stunning – Emily can't believe how blue the sea is after the greyness of England.
Views towards Avdimou
Stunning rural views; unspoilt countryside in the Sovereign Base Area around Akrotiri and Episkopi
Heart shapes are everywhere.
Emily's pebble hearts
These are the hearts they made at Petra Tou Romiou
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