Archaeological Sites

Driving you to Drink

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... Anyway, I imagine there'll be a few clinking bottles en route !

The Trail to Caledonia Waterfalls, Troodos Mountains

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Louise was on the 'You are Here Map' ... and directed us towards the country trail to the waterfalls ... this trail crosses the stream several times, now with wooden bridges to help, as last time I went, there were no bridges so you had to take your shoes off and get your toes wet ...

Amathus Ruins, Limassol, Circa.10th Century BC

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One of the most impressive features of the Amathus Ruins is the Temple of Aphrodite, which I believe, was excavated in the 1980s.  The temple was a center of worship for the goddess of love and beauty and was believed to have been built in the 6th century BC.  The temple was adorned with beautiful sculptures and frescoes, many of which can still be seen today.

The Tombs of The Kings, Paphos

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... Listed in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1980 !!!

Garden Kamara House, Kato Drys, Larnaca

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As I arrived, my first impressions were it looked quite 'normal', a fairly plain frontage, edged in gorgeous natural stone walls, wonderful wooden shutters, but through the big antique wooden front doors and into the lounge and you're in another world ... making it obvious why its a favourite for wedding planners ...

Cydive PADI Instructor Development Centre, Kato Paphos

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One of the first Dive Centres to open in Cyprus, and is now a PADI IDC, and the leading Dive Centre on the Island with 2 Master Instructors, 6 Master Scuba Trainers, an awesome crew that have been together for years, boasting the highest qualifications available, over 100 sets of dive equipment ready and regularly serviced for your pleasure ...

Kourion Archaeological Site, Limassol

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... a must for historians and archaeological enthusiasts!

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