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All reviews amazing mosaics well worth a visit mosaic floors large site archaeological park vending machine preserved mosaics under cover couple of hours huge area few hours world heritage site entrance fee wild flowers ancient history bottle of water sun cream
First go there prepared. It’s arid! Once you’re in, there is almost no shade anywhere. Nowhere to hide. It’s a lot of walking in the boiling sun. So come with plenty of water, sunscreen, hat and good shoes - trainers will do. If you’re coming...More
It was a hot day and were worried about the walking and lack of shade, but there were wooden shade areas and in one section a vending machine with inexpensive water. The information boards were excellent and we were blown away by the mosaics after...More
Great place for history especially if you are into early Greek and Roman. Make sure you bring your camera and sturdy walking shoes as the ground is uneven. The mosaics are fantastic but was a bit shocked to find several mosaics out in the open...More
Visit very early in the day, bring sunscreen and a lot of water, and enjoy the countless mosaics and Roman and Greek style buildings.
For just 4,50/p, you can easily spend 3 hours here and the things you can discover is just breathtaking. They honestly...More
We decided to visit this early in the morning, as we knew it would be very hot later on. We followed the map but soon realised this park is larger than first thought. We walked round to the lighthouse but by that time it was...More
Several really well preserved mosaics, I especially appreciated the house of Dionysos with its built up covering, AC and full explanations of the mosaics! The map was helpful and the signs were pretty well marked most of the way. It is a lot of walking...More
Words are not really enough to describe the amazing mosaics! We go every time that we holiday in Cyprus and will continue to do so as more is being uncovered each year. The entry fee is about 4euro and I would pay 10 times that!
We've visited this site twice as it's so good. There are walkways around as there are some delicate murals on the ground and an old amphitheatre. So much to see but it has very little in the way of shade so wear a hat and...More