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Sail from Anassa’s beach along the stunning Cypriot coastline to the famous Blue Lagoon. Shimmering in all imaginable shades of turquoise, its shallow crystal waters, sandy bottom, vibrant aquatic life, and summer water temperatures of up to 30 degrees make for an unmissable swimming and snorkelling experience.
A fifteen minute boat ride from Anassa
City of Kourion
The city of Kourion enjoys a dramatic setting and a significant history. It has been inhabited since the Neolithic and early Bronze Ages. Kourion’s last king switched allegiances and supported Alexander the Great by leading his fleet in the attack on Persia at the Siege of Tyre in 332 BC. Archaeological ruins include the 16th century temple of Apollo and the tomb of one of the early kings in the Kalorizki area, which dates back to 700 BC. A stadium, 2 km west of Kourion, was constructed in the 2nd century AD and originally seated 6,500 people. The spectacular theatre was first discovered and excavated in 1935 and was then restored to its present state in the early 1960s. The original theatre was Greek, but was later enlarged and altered by the Romans to suit music and drama or gladiatorial and animal fights. It is now the venue of plays, concerts and operas.
Lofou, Lania & Omodhos Villages
Lofou originates from a medieval settlement which was granted by the King of Cyprus, James I, to his brother Janot de Lusignan in the 14th century. The houses of Lofou line the narrow and winding cobbled streets with wine jars lying in their doorways. The church of B.V.M. Evangelismos dates from the 19th century and overlooks the rest of the village, the whole of which is now listed and under restoration by UNESCO. Lania, which is twenty minutes from Lofou, is a village with a rich traditional architecture. With its attractive tiled roofs, cobbled streets and flowered courtyards, it is a popular location for visiting artists. Nearby Omodhos is primarily a wine producing village which has a particularly impressive paved central square.
An hour and a half drive from Anassa.
Hiking and mountain biking in the Akamas National Park
The raw natural beauty of the Akamas peninsula is best explored by foot or mountain bike. Pointing north towards the Turkish coast, its 230 square kilometres of undulating, forested terrain is flanked by breathtaking lagoons, gorges and bays, and crisscrossed by footpaths and trails. The extraordinary range of flora and fauna includes wild cyclamen and orchids, Bonelli’s Eagles, chameleons, wild mouflon and Cyprus Scops Owls. The region is also one of the very few important sea turtle nesting areas in the Mediterranean.
A fifteen minute drive from Anassa.
Mosaics of Paphos
These striking and historic mosaics, which date from the 2nd to the 5th century AD, are situated near Pafos harbour within the Houses of Dionysos Orpheus and Aion. The mosaics decorate both private homes and public buildings, indicating the wealth and high level of artistry that existed when Pafos was a great centre of mosaic production. Inspired by master artists from Alexandria and Egypt, they vividly depict scenes from Greek mythology such as Pyramos and Thisbe, the doomed young Babylonian lovers, and Zeus and Ganymede, the God in the form of an eagle, carrying off the young Ganymede.
A forty minute drive from Anassa.
Church of Chryseleousa
This two domed cruciform church dates back to the 12th century and houses paintings dating from the 16th century. The name means Our Lady of the Golden Mercy.
A forty-five minutes drive from Anassa.
Akamas & the Baths of Aphrodite
On the northwestern peninsula of Cyprus is the beautiful, uninhabited forest of Akamas – a National Park. On its boundaries, a cool spring emerges from a rock overhang in the shade of an old fig tree and pours into a natural lake. According to legend, it is here in the ‘Baths of Aphrodite’ that Adonis is said to have caught Aphrodite unawares as she was bathing naked.
A fifteen minute drive from Anassa.
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