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Another stop on our excursion allowed us to stop-off at the Agios Georgios Musuem and what a nice visit it was. You will not only get an opportunity to ring a church bell yourself, but feast your eyes or architectural brilliance and to top it...More
This area is steeped in history - it was a half way stopping place (between Alexandria and Rhodes) and important and large enough for the building of 3 Christian basilicas in the 6th century. The marble capitals and the mosaics which remain are worth the...More
Agios Georgios has a very small harbour, excellent sea views, a large car park, a modern chapel and a small archaeological site of an early Christian settlement which consists of the early chapel of Saint George and the ‘museum’ which has a larger basilica and...More
We visited Agios Georgios on the 616 bus from Coral Bay which runs hourly. After visiting the Church and the fabulous view of the harbour we went into this Archaeological Site as we had half an hour until the next bus and it was only...More
This is an interesting little site away from the tourist trail and, as the heat of the day subsides, before stopping to enjoy the sunset from the beach-top restaurant, stop to take a look around this fascinating piece of history.
Each to their own but I would not regard this as fantastic. There is a bit to see, the mosaics are the best bit. As said by someone else read the brochure. It's 2.50 EURO per adult all kids are free.
I would not recommend...More
Just a shortl bus trip from tourist area and you are in the midle of paradise ,,
a beutiful little harbour under the rocks the great akamas penisular ,the sea caves and of course the museum ,,,
is amezing ...place ,,for those like fish dishes...More
Well worth thirty to forty minutes of your time. Compared to U.K. Prices very cheap to enter and interesting range of remains. The fact that two of the pillars have remained standing or have been rebuilt was very interesting as it gave you a better...More
We spent 1 1/2 hours wondering round this historic site which we discovered by accident. The ruins are really well preserved but you're allowed to walk on them (apart from the areas with mosaics). Must have been a spectacular church in its day. the mosaics...More