Visited this monastery on a trip through the Troodos mountains. What a wonderful place to visit. The history alone of the monastery is amazing. The furnishings are spectacular.
If visiting please bear in mind, gentlemen no knees showing, ladies no bare shoulders. If your dress code is deemed inappropriate you are kindly asked to don purple gowns that are available for tourists. After a pleasant vist to the monastery there are adjacent shops and a restaurant, at reasonable prices to buy your souveniers or meal at.
If you only visit one monastery on Cyprus this is the one to visit. The scenery on the way is also marvelous, although care should be taken to adhere to the speed limit.
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