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Pafos Medieval Castle

Enjoy an afternoon walk to the Pafos Harbour, just a 10-minute walk from Anemi Suites and enjoy the majestic colorful sunset next to the Medieval Castle.

The Castle was originally a Byzantine fort built to protect the harbour, and was rebuilt by the Lusignans in the 13th century, but then dismantled by the Venetians. The Ottomans rebuilt it in the 16th century when they conquered the island. What survives today is the 1592 Ottoman restoration of the western Frankish tower with its Venetian additions.
Under the British rule, the castle was used as a salt store until 1935, when it was declared an Ancient Monument.

Archaeological Park

Visit the Archaeological Park of Pafos and experience the unique beauty of some of the most superbly preserved mosaics in the world dating from the 3rd and 5th century A.D. The Archaeological Park, a Unesco World Heritage Site, is near the Harbour only a 10-minute walk from Anemi Hotel & Suites.

The mosaics can be seen on the floors in Five Roman Houses the names of which are inspired by Greek Gods and Greek Mythology characters such as Dionysos, Aion, Theseus, etc

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Pafos Wine Routes

Who doesn’t love a glass of good wine?

Whether you’re a connoisseur or a simple lover of the drink that locals once worshipped as the ‘nectar of the Gods’, you will delight in discovering a host of charming wineries and wine-growing regions along the famous wine routes.

There are three main wine routes to choose from in the Pafos district, which nowadays produces some of the most sought-after wines of the island.

These are the Diarizos valley Route, Vouni Panagia – Ambelitis Route and the Laona Akamas Route and they are all ideal for lovely nearby excursions!

Panayia Chrysopolitissa Church

Located very close to Anemi Hotel Suites, you may find the Panayia Chrysopolitissa Church. It was built in the 13th century over the ruins of the largest early Byzantine basilica on the island.

Within the compound is St. Paul’s Pillar, where according to legend, Saint Paul was flogged before the Roman governor Sergius Paulus was converted to Christianity.

Enjoy the historical beauty of the area and walk in the mythical path of early Christians.

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Tombs of the Kings

Tombs of the Kings, the large necropolis lying about two kilometres north of Pafos harbour. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as the Archaeological Park and the medieval Castle.

The underground tombs, many of which date back to the 4th century BC, are carved out of solid rock and are thought to have been the burial sites of Paphitic aristocrats and high officials up to the third century AD.

-10 minutes by Car from Anemi Hotel
-or you can use the closest Bus stop located 3 min walk from Anemi Hotel