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Ancient Kourion

52 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4

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Antonis
Antonis
April 18, 2020
Must visit if you are travelling around Cyprus. The ancient city of Kourion dated back to 12th century BCE, was an important ancient city-state on the southwestern coast of Cyprus. After the collapse of the Mycenaean palaces, Greek settlers from Argos arrived on this site.
Stelios
Stelios
February 3, 2020
The archaeological remains of Kourion - which was one of the island’s most important city-kingdoms in antiquity - are of the most impressive on the island, and excavations have unearthed many significant finds, which can be viewed at the site. Combine your visit at the site with a day at the beach!
Victor
Victor
January 16, 2020
Kourion was one of the island’s most important city-kingdoms.
Andzela
Andzela
November 15, 2019
A must see place! You can combine it with a nice swim at Agios Ermogenis Beach which is right below the Ancient Theatre
Kevin
Kevin
October 16, 2019
Steeped in history, Curium was one of the most powerful city kingdoms of ancient Cyprus. About an hours drive from Lemon Grove Villa.

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Location
Episkopi, Limassol
Reservations
No
Outdoor seating
Yes
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