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Fyti Weaving Museum

| 25km northeast of Pafos, Fyti, Cyprus
+357 99 824544
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Unique experience

There are places where time stopped long years ago and are still beautiful and exciting. The... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Federica M
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Milano
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Definitely worth a visit

Delightful museum on the main square in Fyti (make sure you choose the right one, see photos). It... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Chris H
,
Malvern, United Kingdom
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| 25km northeast of Pafos, Fyti, Cyprus
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+357 99 824544
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There are places where time stopped long years ago and are still beautiful and exciting. The weaving museum in Fyti is one of those places where a lovely man will be very happy to tell you the village and the weaving story and sell you...More

Thank Federica M
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Delightful museum on the main square in Fyti (make sure you choose the right one, see photos). It is run by an elderly couple who will make sure you have seen all the artefacts on display. These range from farming utensils, to old items of...More

Thank Chris H
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Reviewed June 16, 2018

It's definitely worth popping into the museum to discover not only about weaving in the village but also local history. It's free to browse around and the owner has plenty of local knowledge.

Thank TrapperCon
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Reviewed June 11, 2018

fellas sat to enjoy the view while we girls went to the museum was so informative and great to see spinning and weaving. loved the history the photos and old implements. The gentleman explained the way his wife worked and told us of village life....More

Thank bothgo
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Reviewed January 22, 2018

I have visited the village a few times.a few years ago there were two sisters that still was weaving, I liked their work and buy few items because it is unique and beautiful and I still can enjoy this art that you cant find anywhere...More

Thank dror1
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Reviewed July 31, 2017 via mobile

As other reviewers have said make sure you go to the museum a little to the right and set back a bit not the shop. The museum is small but the real deal very interesting artifacts, photos and discussion and brief demonstration of the weaving...More

Thank Airyfairy7654
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Reviewed April 2, 2017 via mobile

Museum run by sweet couple. husband speaks good English. great tour of the waving techniques used ONLY in this village!!! beautiful goods for sale as well!!

Thank Bobbie M
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Reviewed January 30, 2017

On the main square is a shop, with a lady who comes out and grabs you. This is not the real museum. The museum is still on the square but set back a bit. The gentleman who showed us around was a mine of information...More

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Reviewed September 1, 2016 via mobile

My husband and I loved this museum when we visited, bought quite a few items and left a substantial tip. We were really happy with our visit even though we spent a lot more money than we had budgeted for. Imagine our horror however when...More

Thank DeliciousInDXB
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Reviewed July 6, 2016

The little, donations-based museum is run by the former teacher at Fyti village school, Mr Mavrellis and his wife. He approached us when we arrived at the central square and gave us a very detailed, concise, and friendly talk about the history of the village...More

Thank kr0elle
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jpipain
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Response from Bobbie M | Reviewed this property |
We drove our rental car. it's in a pretty remote location and would be an expensive taxi drive I would imagine.
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