St. Nicholas' Cathedral (Lala Mustafa Mosque)
The Cathedral of St. Nicholas in Famagusta was built in a pure High Gothic style in the 14th century and later gently transformed into a mosque.
Sanctuary of Aphrodite (Palea Paphos)
In the ancient Greek world, Palea Paphos was an important pilgrimage center due to its Sanctuary of Aphrodite. Today, unfortunately, virtually all that remains is the holy ground itself.
Tombs of the Kings
The Tombs of the Kings are an early necropolis in Paphos dating from 300 BC. The burial niches were looted of artifacts long ago, but a powerful sense of stillness and mystery remains.
The ruins of the ancient Roman city of Salamis constitute one of the most impressive archaeological sites on Cyprus. St. Paul and St. Barnabas established a church nearby.
Petra tou Romiou, a rock off the shore along the main road from Paphos to Limassol, has been regarded since ancient times as the birthplace of Aphrodite, goddess of love and fertility.
This attractive ruined monastery in Northern Cyprus dates from the early 13th century. It is the main attraction of the picturesque village of Bellapais, also known for being the home of author Lawren
The Church of Ayios Lazaros was built in the 9th century to house the reputed tomb of Lazarus, the man raised from the dead by Jesus. Reconstructed in the 17th century, it is the most impressive sight
Church of Archangel Michael
This single-aisled domed church in Kato Lefkara has wall paintings dating from the late 12th century.
Nea Paphos Archaeological Site
Agios Kendeas Church
Agia Solomoni Catacombs