Cyprus Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Cyprus - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Ayios Neophytos Monastery

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In 1159 the hermit and scholar Neophytos settled at what's now referred to as the Ayios Neophytos Monastery, carving a home for himself...

Byzantine Museum

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The Byzantine Museum houses notable mosaics, icons, and sacred books and artifacts collected from churches and monasteries throughout...

Paphos Aphrodite Festival

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In early September, the fort provides the backdrop for the popular Paphos Aphrodite Festival, a three-day festival that typically includes...

Paphos District Archaeological Museum

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The Paphos District Archaeological Museum displays pottery, jewelry, and statuettes in five exhibition rooms and one penthouse in the...

Paphos Fort

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The squat 16th-century Paphos Fort—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—guards the entrance to the harbor; from the rooftop there's a lovely...

Roman Mosaics

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Don't miss the elaborate 3rd- to 5th-century AD Roman mosaics in the Roman Villa of Theseus, the House of Dionysos, and the House of...

Tombs of the Kings

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The Tombs of the Kings, an early necropolis, date from 300 BC. The coffin niches are empty, but a powerful sense of mystery remains.


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