Check out Aphrodite's Rock and Kourion Ruins—just two of the popular sights around Pissouri, a city also known for its beaches and swimming.
Beaches, Relaxing and Friendly People
Visit the marina’s historic castle in the day and stay after the sun goes down to experience the lively restaurants and discotheques.
Delve into the intricate network of underground tunnels to see a majestic series of catacombs from more than 2,000 years ago.
Imagine a Greek goddess rising to life from the foaming waters around this striking rock. Stay for the captivating sunset.
Intricate Roman mosaics are the highlight among countless remnants from the various cultures that inhabited the area in the past few millennia.
This ancient castle now houses a compelling museum of artifacts dating back as far as the 4th century.
Discover one of Cyprus’ most remarkable archeological sites, an extensive complex of Roman and Byzantine ruins with views over the sea.
Venture out and explore the scenic Akamas Peninsula area, with its wild landscapes and dramatic gorges. Behold some of the most breathtaking views in Cyprus, and discover Avakas Gorge, Lara Bay, and the Baths of Aphrodite on this 4x4 adventure that goes well off the beaten track.
From thrilling wild flumes and steep slides to an interactive kids' playground and ample relaxing pools, there's something for every member of the family at Fasouri Watermania. The fun-filled water park offers more than 20 attractions and pools, with fantastic adventures waiting to be discovered.
Pottery-Ayia Paraskevi- Loukoumia (Cyprus Delights)-Sofia’s Place-Ayios Neophytos Monastery-Wine Experience We begin our day with a stop at a pottery workshop in Yeroskipou village, where we will see how the potters continue the ancient traditional craft and if you are lucky you might even try your hand at the wheel.
We start our excursion with a coffee break at Choirokoitia. Then we continue to Strovilia check point (passports necessary) to cross the United Nations Green Line. Our first stop will be the monastery of Saint Barnabas, built originally in the 5th century and now converted into a museum housing icons and archaeological artifacts.
Our first stop on the way to the Troodos Mountains is at the 12th Century Chrysorriatissa Monastery. After a short visit we continue through the pine forests until we reach the renowned Kykkos Monastery.
Our first stop will be at Curium, an ancient Greek city-kingdom, which dates back to the 10th century BC and flourished between the 8th and 5th Centuries BC. There, we will see many excavations including the complex of Eustolios and admire the magnificent amphitheatre with its spectacular views of Episkopi Bay.