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Cyprus Sites

Historical & Cultural & Archeological sites


Paphos Mosaics
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At Paphos Mosaics you will find ancient Roman structures housing mosaics showcasing mythological scenes.

Tombs of the Kings
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A UNESCO World Heritage Site. A necropolis lying on the north of Paphos Harbour approximately 2km away. Fee for entrance.

Paphos Archaeological Park
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Paphos Archaeological Park is home to a big and important part of both ancient Greek and Roman remains of the old City; dates back to prehistoric times and middle ages.

House of Dionysus
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Ruins of a Roman villa dating back to the 2nd Century; houses beautiful mosaics of Dionysus.

Paphos Castle
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Standing at the west end of the town’s harbour, Paphos Castle (Medieval Fort) was originally a Byzantine fort built to protect the harbour, and was rebuilt by the Lusignans in the 13th Century, but then dismantled by the Venetians. The Ottomans rebuilt it in the 16th century when they conquered the island. What survives today is the 1592 Ottoman restoration of the western Frankish tower with its Venetian additions.

Roudias Venetian Bridge
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Approximately 25km from Platres, in an idyllic setting within the Pafos forest, is the Venetian of Roudias . One of the best kept "secret" locations of Cyprus. The bridge is built over the Xeros river in a secluded area which is accessible by car via a dirt track from Pera Vasas picnic site towards Panayia.


Amathus Ruins
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Considered one of the most ancient and archaeological locations of Cyprus. Dates back to 1100 BC. Also includes the temple of Aphrodite.

Kolossi Castle
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A former Crusader Stronghold.

The Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates
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Ancient monument dedicated to the God Apollo. Worshipping of the God Apollo dated back to the 8th Century B.C and continued until the late 4th Century A.D.

Ancient Kourion Stadium
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One of the island’s most important city – kingdoms of antiquity.

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An archaeological site dating from the Neolithic age. One of the most important prehistoric sites of the Eastern Mediterranean.

Venetian Tzelefos Bridge
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Situated 6 km from the Turkish Cypriot village of Agios Nikolaos and it is the largest medieval bridge in Cyprus. Tzelefos Bridge is built on the Diarizos River and consists of an arch at the ends of which there are carved stones.


Larnaca Castle
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Constructed in the 12th Century to protect the southern coast of Cyprus and also the harbour. It was also used later as an artillery station, prison and is now currently a museum.

Kamares Aquaduct
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Also known as the Bekir Pasha Aquaduct and it is located outside of the city of Larnaca. Built in 1747.

Kition Archaeological Site
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A location that houses the remains of ancient Kition temples, homes, tombs and a necropolis.

Panagia Angeloktisti
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A beautiful Byzantine church located in Kiti village, Larnaca. It dates back to the 11th Century and still plays an active role in the community. The name Angeloktisti translates to “Built by Angels”.

Church of Saint Lazarus
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A late 9th Century church and a remarkable example of Byzantine architecture. The tomb of Saint Lazarus lies underneath the church and is accessible to visitors.

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