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Saint Paul's Pillar

Pafos Afroditis, Paphos, Cyprus
+357 26 931308
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“small church” (19 reviews)
“raised walkways” (12 reviews)
Pafos Afroditis, Paphos, Cyprus
+357 26 931308
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Reviewed 4 days ago

I lived in Paphos for a while and you can't walk down the street without tripping over a Roman column. But this is something a bit special. The whole site is open to the elements and free to enter... trust me if you like history...More

Thank Fire153Swindon
Reviewed 1 week ago

We have visited this location on many occasions over many years. The church nearby is well worth a visit. The history of the venue is displayed on easy to read (big print) boards. It can get a bit busy at times, when tour buses arrive....More

Thank Norm P
Reviewed 1 week ago

I found this by accident, following Google's recommended route from the harbour to our holiday apartment. Beautiful church and ruins, although frustratingly access to the church itself is limited to viewing from the door. The columns and mosaics outside are in disrepair but worth seeing....More

Thank chrishxdley
Reviewed 1 week ago

Small old church ,not very extravagant like some churches but they have services in different langauges including English on Sunday.st Paul's pillar is just outside with the old ruins if you are into history and all free.

Thank jonesbarry402
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

lovely ancient ruins in the middle of town we spent at less 1 hour walking at looking at the church and surrounding area

Thank pologtvw
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This site is an absolute hidden gem. It’s about 5mins walk north of the bus station, a brown tourist sign points the way when you get near it. It is a beautiful, serene place. It has something for everyone whether they are religious or into...More

Thank DWandDW
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

One of the best places we visit in Paphos , so peaceful and so much History,,,only thing that can spoil the place are the loud stupid weddings (with wedding bus and there loud music) , in the nearby Tavernas , visit in the morning while...More

Thank georgepaul21
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We found this by accident and well worth a visit. The church on site and the whole area you walk around was great.

Thank pcharris14
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A site still being worked on as many in paphos are, have nice walk in the morning as the sun soon get pretty hot,

Thank david g
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

English information boards. Raised walkway, great for pushchairs and wheelchairs. Lots of info as you walk round. The Christian mosaics are good. Quite well preserved considering there have been 4 churches on this sight, the pictures explain this quite well. There are some Medieval Baths...More

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Peter Y
22 September 2017|
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1 September 2017|
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Response from walletShrewsbury | Reviewed this property |
Barnabas and Paul’s First Missionary Journey to Cyprus Acts 13 contains a mere nine verses (5-13) which shed light on the first stage of Barnabas and Paul’s first missionary journey across Cyprus. Yet, using Biblical text... More
ann h
1 May 2017|
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English Mass at 12noon