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This peaceful and tranquil monastery offers a nice excursion through the beautiful mountains and though over an hour and a half from Limassol, it really worth the visit. The church and the premises are well maintained and the shop offers a wide variety of fine...More
one of the most historic Monasteries in Cyprus, the museum is compact but rich with history. be sure to stop by the shop and try the local delicacies especially the almond sweet either a lemonade or a Cyprus coffee with a glass of cold water
We visited this Monastery set high in the Troodos Mountains. It's beautiful and so tranquil. The interior of the main church is most impressive but as there was a service on at the time we visited we couldn't wander round. However watching and listening to...More
Machairas Monastery is one of the most ancient , still inhabited by monks monasteries in Cyprus. It contains religious icons of significant religious and artistic value . The monastery is situated in the Troodos mountains in a beautiful area among pine covered mountains. The road...More
It is worthwhilke to do this nice trip from Nicosia. The interior of the church is gorgeous, but maybe somewhat overcharged with gold. A good example for an orthodox church. If you want to see older paintings : don't miss Asiunou !
Machairas Monastery, not far from Nicosia, makes a lovely short day trip any time of the year. The stone-built monastery, still an active holy place, is peaceful and extremely well kept. The church, open to visitors, is small and as most Cypriot churches full of...More
We stopped here on the way back from the mountains , it is so peaceful and calming and so very well presented. There is lots of parking and a well appointed shop. About 30 monks live here, make sure you are appropriately dressed it’s free...More