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Saint Paul's Pillar

Pafos Afroditis, Paphos, Cyprus
+357 26 931308
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“small church” (19 reviews)
“old church” (21 reviews)
Pafos Afroditis, Paphos, Cyprus
+357 26 931308
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a archaeological site of and early Christian Basilica. The site is still in the process of being excavated and renovated, but what's there is fantastic and well documented. Saint Paul preached at the site and was supposedly tied to a pillar and whipped...More

Thank macedonboy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Just 5 minutes from the harbour, there is a little sign to direct you to something called Saint Pauls Pillar, so you wonder down the road, and you come across an old church sat in the middle of a much older site, they have taken...More

Thank kelandchez
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This archaeological site is free to visit and is very close to the tourist areas at the harbour. There are walkways above the excavations which lead to the entrance to the church which is very simple but well worth a quick visit

Thank Neiljennings
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is my regular Church where My husband and I attend Mass and other functions It is really owned by the Orthodox Church but they have kindly allowed us to use it for our RC and Anglican Mass and Services. There is Mass here every...More

1  Thank Mary K
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Thoroughly interesting place to visit, steeped in history with plenty of information boards, a welcome break from the sun

Thank Neil M
Reviewed 3 November 2017 via mobile

Go to the church which is located out of the archaeological site for free take a walk and enjoy the place be part of it , learn watch see as we did

Thank MontherYASEEN
Reviewed 22 October 2017

This is a beautiful church surrounded by a well preserv d archeological site dating from the early part of the first millennium. Although the site is open to the elements it cannot be walked on. The authorities have installed walkways around the site and church...More

Thank James_Shirley
Reviewed 19 October 2017

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 15 October 2017

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 15 October 2017

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
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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
2 May 2017|
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English Mass at 12noon