Places Of InterestAn amazing array of places to visit
Offering you a large choice of places of interest in and around the Polis Chrysochous area.
Arsinoe Archaeological Museum
This is a really interesting museum, with many ancient artefacts on display. Great detailed information about what is on display, definitely worth a visit.
Archiepiskopou Makariou III Avenue, Polis
Baths Of Aphrodite
The natural grotto of the Baths of Aphrodite, and its botanical garden, can be found past the fishing harbour of Latsi, and towards the tip of the Akamas Peninsula.
Akamas National Park
The Akamas National Park lies on the west coast of Cyprus, a truly pictorial part of the island.
Church of Agios Andronikos
The church of Agios Andronikos in Polis Chrysochous is an aisleless, barrel- vaulted church of small dimensions.
Polis Village Square
A perfect place to sit and enjoy a frappe or Cypriot coffee and watch the world go by.
Latchi with it paved coastal walk is a picturesque harbour. Fishermen bring in the fresh catch of the morning and supply the local restaurants.
Ayia Saint Barbara Chapel
Ayia Saint Barbara once served as a monastery. It thought to have been built in the 18th century and served as a monastery up to 1821.
Church of Ayia Marina
The church dedicated to Ayia Marina was built at the centre of the village with the help and contribution of all the inhabitants.
Wild Rocks of Ayia Marina
The costal road from Argaka to Ayia Marina is considered as one of the most picturesque and beautiful routes of the island.
Dragon’s Cave Pomos
According to tradition, it is told a dragon lived in the cave and protected the area from evil.
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