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One of the most impressive structures of the early Christian period was the Chrysopolitissa basilica, which survived to the middle of the seventh century,...
Stilis Apostolou Pavlou
'Our Lady of the Forest' (the ancient Greek word 'Napa' means woodland) is one of the last monuments built by the Venetians before the Turkish occupation of...
This is a pleasant excursion that won't break the bank. The boat is equipped with a bar, snorkelling sets and a sun deck. Snacks are available at an extra cost.
Golden Coast Hotel Fishing Harbour
One of ten designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the area, this is in fact an amalgamation of three churches, built at different times under one pitched...
The original church, probably Latin, was built in the 15th century and burned down in 1570. Rebuilt in 1854, the present building is home to an exquisite...
One of the finest examples of Byzantine architecture in Cyprus, this three-aisled basilica was built in the 10th century over the tomb of Saint Lazarus, who...
Plateia Agiou Lazarou
Ten kilometres from the centre of town and 410m above sea level, the monastery of Agios Neophytos offers a unique insight into the secluded and serene life...
North of Pafos
Of the myriad Byzantine monuments in the Troodos mountains, this 11th-century monastery church boasts the most enchanting setting. It sits in a lush glade,...
3km from Kakopetria. Caretaker is Spyroulla Chrissi
Dating back to 1100 BC, Amathus came to be one of the most significant city-kingdoms of Cyprus in antiquity. Myth has it that Theseus left the pregnant...
11km east of Lemesos centre
Attractions, Dance, Music, Theatre
This is one of the island's most important archaeological sites, and it's hard to decide which is more impressive: the Greco-Roman amphitheatre perched on...
19km west of Lemesos on Lemesos-Pafos Road
One of Cyprus's ten city states, Salamis was first mentioned on an Assyrian stele (stone slab) in 709 BC. The extensive and thoroughly impressive site...
8km north of Famagusta on Famagusta-Bogazi highway
There are slippery slides and waterborne modes of transport galore here, but it's the vertigo-inducing Free Fall that elicits the loudest shrieks. Less...
Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the monastery is built on a rocky promontory just below the north-eastern tip of the island, making for a sublime...
20km north-east of Rizokarpaso
The most notable mosque built by the Ottomans in Nicosia was constructed in the 19th century on the site of an old Latin church. A collection of gravestones...
Salahi Sevket Sokak
Another church that features on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites, this little church dates from 1474. The frescoes, characteristic of the...
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