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We visited Aphrodite’s Sanctuary whilst staying at Aphrodite Hills Resort, so it’s a short car journey.
As ancient ruins go, it’s not the best I’ve been too; lots of piles stones, which require a vivid imagination to visualize what it would have looked like back...More
Of all the archeological sights on the island this was my least favorite. It did have the sanctuary and a little museum. All the ruins were mostly just rubble in comparison to the others sights I've seen.
Inexpensive, packed with very old artefacts and when accompanied by sons who know Greek mythology it makes you wonder at older civilisation and how much they achieved.
Recommended as a distraction either on a poor weather day or as an escape for an hour.
At first sight we were a little disappointed because the ruins are not very well explained.
The museum is wonderful with relics going back far beyond anything we had seen elsewhere.The detail of the decoration on the pottery was amazing. The curator was very knowledgeable.There...More
Walking through the grounds we thought that this was not going be much, but we were pleasantly surprised. There was a good movie to explain first, then much was housed in the large building. The curator was very knowledgeable and gave us lots of history...More
Recommend you start by going to the museum located in the old Manor House/castle. This contains some unique and amazing exhibits going from the Chalkolithic to Ottoman periods as well as the splendid Leda and the Swan mosaic. Very informative video in a further room...More
We visited the museum and site at Kouklia today and were amazed at how far back the history goes. There have been settlements there from as far back as 4,500 BC. We did read up about the site before we went, on the internet, as...More