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Interesting places in Ayia Napa


Ayias Mavris 25 (within the premises of the Ayia Napa Municipality)
Monday – Saturday: 09.00-14.00
Thursday: 09:00-14:00 15:00-18:00

This twin aisled vaulted church, dedicated to the Virgin Mary (Panagia), is decorated with unusual18th century Porcelain plates. The church, parts of which belong to the 13th century, houses a small ecclesiastical Museum

Paralimni Village (10km. North of Ayia Napa)


A National Forest Park at the southeastern end of the island between Ayia Napa and Paralimni. The uniqueness of the area is not only due to its natural beauty but also to the fact that it offers a wide range of interests such as swimming, diving, towed parachute, fishing, rowing, cycling, riding, climbing, airports and hiking.




The village of Frenaros has its own small Byzantine churches. Two of them, the Agios Andronikos and the Archangelos Michail date back to the 12th century. The church of Agia Marina has some interesting frescoes painted by different artists.

15 km. From Ayia Napa (off Ayia Napa – Larnaca road)


At the east entrance to this village is the partly ruined church of Agios Mamas which was built around the 12th century and rebuilt in the 16th century. Most of the surviving frescoes date from the 16th century. About 1.5 km to the west is the 16th century cruciform church of Panagia Chordakiotissa and the church of Agios Georgios, an Early Christian basilica with three aisles.


Here is a 16th century church dedicated to the Virgin Mary and the 15th century church of Ayios Andronikos, with an octagonal dome and murals which can still be distinguished in the apse. Liopetri still carries on the traditional craft of basket-making.

Towards the sea front you can find Liopetri Potamos (river). A picturesque fishing refuge. Nearby are the remains of a Venetian watchtower. The French poet Arthur Rimbaud worked in this area in the 1880's.



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