Sanctuary of Aphrodite at Palaepafos
Palaipafos or Old Pafos (Paphos) was one of the most celebrated pilgrimage centres of the ancient Greek world and a former city - kingdom of Cyprus. Here stood the famous sanctuary of Aphrodite, the most ancient remains of which date back to the 12th century B.C. The glorious days of the sanctuary lasted until the 3rd to the 4th centuries. The museum, housed in a Lusignan Manor, exhibits many interesting finds from the area. Excavations continue on the site of the sanctuary, the city and the necropolis.

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Unesco World Heritage
Kouklia, Pafos
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 08:00 - 16:00, Wednesday: 08:00 - 17:00
All year round
4,50 Euro. There is a reduction of 20% for groups of visitors consisting of more than ten persons. The Director of the Department can issue special entry cards for a period of one day for €8,50 for a period of three days for €17,00 and for a period of seven days for €25,00.
A unique area of the island, both geologically and physiographically and with regard to flora and fauna
Palaepafos Aphrodite Cultural Route
The area mostly related with Kyprida Aphrodite