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We stumbled upon it rather accidentally while taking a stroll in Ayia Napa. It is an interesting piece of ancient architecture and really worth taking 15 minutes of your time to explore.
There is not much to see though, just a well built and currently...More
Discovered this by accident while walking to another site. It is really well preserved and something I wasn’t expecting to see in a place mostly known as a party town. It’s a great bit of history and a good walk taking you high above the...More
I just love ancient architecture especially aqueducts and the history behind them. We have seen several including the amazing Pont du guard in southern France some time ago and although this one comes nowhere near to the quality of that one it nonetheless has a...More
We were on our way from our Hotel of choice towards Ayia Napa Harbour when we spotted the Sign for the Aqueduct. We had mentioned a few times we must seek this Interest out and bingo there she was. We wandered up the path to...More
So good to go by the wall becoming lower and lower till it disappears under the road. A little to the right, up the hill - and you are at Agios Epiphanios church, drinking water is available near the little chapel.
although we have passed by the sign several times over the years and yo be honest never noticed it until the other week when we was in the car awaiting a bus to leave the roundabout off Kryou nerou street just happened to glace to...More
We had a walk every afternoon whilst staying in Ayia Napa and had noticed the sign for the Aqueduct, so decided to follow the signs. Something completely different and reading the sign at the site quite interesting, we followed the aqueduct up to the main...More
Found this completely by accident walking back to the local bus stop in Ayia Napa and followed it to its final disappearance under a house. Really interesting but not well advertised. Also led from there to a visit to the small Saint Epifinios grotto/chapel which...More
its a shame this site of interest has been neglected bit it is still an interesting place to see and stroll round and is free. there is some information and pictures to see what it looked like before getting all overgrown. the walk up is...More
I quite liked the walk in the old aqueduct, even though it is in great need of some attention. There's lots of trash lying around and the plants are drying. It has the potential to be a gorgeous place.