The Fotis spring is situated in a gorge next to the Castle of Antimachia to which it is linked by an underground conduit which you can clearly recognize in the first and last pictures of the post. The water flowed into the first and biggest of the two cisterns (3.5m x 4m and 3.5m in hight) where it was stored. Access to this edifice, that dates from the Hospitalier period, was easy through window like openings. The vaulted ceiling, which still stands strong is a very interesting feature. Engravings of old ships can be seen on the roughcast of the interior surfaces. Just two meters or so away, the second smaller chamber can be found. This one also has a vaulted ceiling. It has two water outlets on one side, right in the middle of a cylindrical piece of marble. The arch shaped structure that surrounds them is a typical form of muslim art. A carved flagstone must have stood in the centre. A small stone channel links the two cisterns and the water was most probably tunneled through there and then released through the two outlets.