We were lucky enough to attend this site on 'National Museum Day' which offered free entry to all the state museums in Cyprus. If paying the site is state owned so the entry fee is minimal. This site is smaller than a lot of the other archaeological sites, but this is more than made up for by the excellent (but small) museum on site.
As you walk around the site you can see the ruins of the former sanctuary, mosaics and an early Christian temple. Moving into the two roomed museum there are some beautiful exhibits including pottery, artefacts recovered from the site and the stunning carved classical period sarcophagus, discovered in 2007, still with the original paint attached. All exhibits have English descriptions. This site is very flat so suitable for those with mobility issues.
This site is situated in a lovely village so be sure to visit. There are also a limited number of local restaurants should you wish to eat and we had an excellent meal here.
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