Larnaca, Platres, Trooditissa Monastery, Kykkos Monastery
Platres a well known and famous village of Cyprus Built upon Troodos Hills is well known for its unique climate, natural beauties, its environment and waterfalls.
Kykkos Monastery is one of the wealthiest and well known monasteries in Cyprus which houses the icon of the Virgin Mary painted by St Luke.
Trooditisa Monastery, an Orthodox Monastery dedicated to Virgin Mary which its current building dates back to 1731.
Larnaca, Ancient Khirokitia, Ancient Amathus, Kourion
The Neolithic settlement of Khirokitia is situated in the valley of Saint Minas’s River, at the foothills of Toodos. The settlement stands at a distance of only six kilometers from the sea.
The ancient city of Amathus is located on the Southern shores of Cyprus, approximately 7 km away from the town of Limassol. In the surrounding area of the ancient city traces of human presence dating back to the Neolithic period have been discovered.
Kourion, was a city in Cyprus, which endured from antiquity until the early Middle Ages. Kourion is situated on the south shores of the island to the west of the river Lycus (now called Kouris), 16 M.P. from Amathus and was recorded by numerous ancient authors including Ptolemy, Stephanus of Byzantium, Hierocles, and Pliny the Elder.
Larnaca, Latchi, Baths of Aphrodite
Latchi, lying on the North West coast of Cyprus, is a large, traditional Cypriot village (or small town), which very successfully combines being a bustling, working fishing harbour, and a popular - and exceptionally quiet and peaceful family holiday destination. than ten miles from Paphos city itself.
Baths of Aphrodite is an area in the Akamas betweeen Polis and Cape Arnaouti which attracts many visitors.The Goddess of Love used to take her bath in a cool pond near Polis. The place is known as "Baths of Aphrodite" and provides a magnificent view of the Bay of Polis.