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A Guide for Archeological Sites in Paphos
Monks in a secluded caves

Saint Neophytos Monastery

Agios Neophytos Monastery was founded in the 12th century by a famous Cyprus monk, Saint Neophytos. Originally just a small cave, the monastery grew until it became a larger cell and chapel.

One of the oldest Christian churches in the world

Agia Kyriaki Chrysopolitissa

Agia Kyriaki Chrysopolitissa is one of the world’s functioning churches, hosting Anglican services on Sundays and Wednesdays. The main church dates back to 1500s.

Shrine of a lady saint and underground tombs

Agia Solomoni

The Agia Solomoni catacombs comprise a chapel and a series of underground chambers and tombs, some bearing medieval paintings and other artifacts.

Byzantine basilica with 5 domes

Byzantine Church of Agia Paraskevi

The 9th-century Byzantine Church of Agia Paraskevi is a Greek orthodox basilica in the village of Geroskipou. Its unique architectural features offer great photo ops. 

A rock-perched church

Church of Panagia Theoskepasti

While the Church of Panagia Theoskepasti of today isn’t an ancient ruin as most sites in Kato Paphos, it was actually built over a 10th-century Byzantine church.