We visit the Monastery every year as part of a holiday week-end to Paphos. We love the place as is on the top of the hills in a peacefull atmosphere. The Monastery is newly rebuilt, is very clean ,the Church and the small museum are interesting. Don't miss to see the caves that
St. Neophytos, who was a Cypriot Orthodox monk , lived and pray there in 1159 , and in 1170 being a priest , started building the Monastery.
There is a parking place , toilets for visitors and also a coffee-shops with snacks at reasonable prises.
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