Sites and Monuments


Testaments to Cyprus’ turbulent history can be found all over the island. Long coveted by foreign powers due to its strategic position at the crossroad between three continents, the island is like a huge open air museum where you can see evidence of the passage of the various conquerors and rulers that controlled it through the ages.

Marvel at the spectacular views from cliff top spots where the ancient Mycenaean Greek settlers built temples to their various gods, with pride of place to Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty. Watch a performance in a Roman theatre still in use today, or admire the fabulous mosaic floors that once adorned the villas of Roman noblemen when the island was a distant outpost of the Roman Empire.

Discover hidden away in the pine forests, Cyprus’ painted churches with their colourful frescoes on walls and apses, ten of which have been put on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Choirokoitia Neolithic Settlement
A well preserved settlement from the Neolithic age
Kykkos Monastery
The most impressive of the monasteries of Cyprus
Machairas Monastery
One of the most important monasteries in Cyprus
Pafos Medieval Fort
An imposing 13th century castle
  
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