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This is a large site with extensive remains of a Roman town. Not a patch on Pompeii of course but very interesting.
Can easily understand why the Romans built here as the views across the med are stunning.
We came to the Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates (or Apollo of the Woodlands) late in the day and were the only ones scrambling over the ruins- a rare experience. It is located near Episkopi, about 2.5km west of Kourion, along the road leading to Pafos....More
we visited all the archaeological sites in Cyprus and this was the smaller but really interesting, well preserved with beautifull mosaics. it tooks just 30min for visiting it all but it's a "not to be missed" place
its just 10min by car from Kourion Archaeological...More
It was an interesting experience to walk around this sanctuary which dates back to 2,000 BC.
We walked around the priest’s quarters, dormitories, the temple, baths and the ‘sacred street’. It was well worth the €2.50 entry fee.
On entry you are given a small...More
The Apollo Hylates temple near Kourion Limassol Cyprus is an interesting ancient Greek Temple with foundations that go back to archaic if not prehistoric times. As expected for an Apollo temple and in fact all Greek temples it has an orientation related tot he Sun...More
This is not a site with one temple, but a collection of buildings of all kinds. One can enter the area via the Kourion gate. On your left side: palaestra (school for wrestlers) and dormitories. In front: the remainings of the Paphos gate. To the...More
We stopped off here on our way back from Kourian, as it is only a few miles down the road.
Our guide book said admission was included in the Kourian ticket, but it wasn't. However, entry was only €2.50, which included a small map.
Response from jonsplace01 | Reviewed this property |
Hi........Not sure , but I think price has gone up..Looking at about 5/7 euros. as for transport, probably a car hire job...Don't pay more than 15euros a day at this time of year.
Cheers....enjoy....well worth the visit.