We stumbled across this as we were walking around Pophos lovely little find hidden away in a build up corner of town. Plenty of walk ways all round the church allowing lots of different angled views of the church and surrounding ruins.
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This quaint little church has excellent reviews because people are commenting on St Paul's Pillars adjacent to it and not the church itself. You will obviously go and see it as it's next to the pillars but is somewhat overshadowed by it's neighbour. The church...More
I thoroughly enjoyed a visit to this site, the raised Walkways gave an excellent view of the mosaics and the early basilica, the church was also open and was most enjoyable to go around. I would fully recommend this to anybody in the area
The site is interesting with lots of mosaic's and ruins to look at but as with many religious sites they expect a degree of modesty. Long shorts are ok but if you have short shorts or a short skirt they will ask that you cover...More
St. Pauls pillar is nearby as is the Bishop of paphos house ruins. Remains of roman villas can also be seen.
Fascinating to see the old basilica's mosaic flooring and pillars with this simple but beautiful church set in amongst them. Also worth noting St Paul's Pillar at the entrance. Beware people telling you that he was given a whipping here: he wasn't!
There are the remains of 4 basilicas on the site dating from the C4th ce, the C6thce, the C13th-14th ce Gothic basilica, and the C15th-16th Ayia Kyriake which is the latest phase and very much in use. The signage clearly shows which basilica is which....More
This working church was built over the foundations of an early (4th century) Christian basilica. The mosaics floors from that period are still visible, as well as some columns. Walk around the raised platforms and read the plaques explaining about the site. In one corner,...More
We walked around this after a trip to Troodus mountains. Very cool and interesting. They make the wine there and it is a very reasonable price too. Very peaceful and a shop there too
Roman archalogical site still being excavated You can also attend mass at the church in English at mid-day Sundays and Wednesdays