Spouse / Partner Program

Spouse / Partner Program

1st Tour of Kourion and Pafos mosaics with lunch at old port of Pafos and followed by St paul’s pillar visit
  • Ancient City of Kourion, one of the most spectacular archaeological sites on the island. Kourion was an important city kingdom where excavations continue to reveal impressive new treasures. Noted particularly for its magnificent Greco
  • Roman Theatre, Kourion is also proud home to stately villas with exquisite mosaic floors, one of which is the House of Eustolios as well as an early Christian Basilica among other treasures.
  • On the way to Paphos enjoy a brief stop at the legendary birth place of Aphrodite at Petra tou Romiou
  • Paphos Archaeological Site , Nea Paphos Listed as “Unesco Heritage” The park includes sites and monuments from 4th century B. C. to the Roman and Palaeochristian period The highlights include the marvelous mosaic floors of the house Dionyssos, Thesius and Aeon just to mention a few of the ancient Greek Gods and heroes
  • Lunch at Paphos old Port unique for its use for more than two thousand years
  • Last but not least, a stop at Saint Pauls’s pillar related to St Paul’s passage from the town in Roman period.
2nd Tour of Troodos , St Nicholas and Omodos
  • Troodos Mountains is a rare geological phenomenon. The mountain range was the first part of the island to ascend from the bottom of the Ocean at the earth’s crust to an almost 2000 meters of altitude. The peak of Troodos is one of few places in the world where geologists can study the earth’s crust without getting wet or having to travel for long hours.
  • Short stop at Troodos square for coffee
  • Visit the UNESCO Byzantine church of Agios Nikolaos tis Steyis built in the 11th century and repainted many times afterwards thus allowing to compare many different styles of Byzantine art.
  • Lunch at a village taverna in Omodos
  • Visit Omodos, in the heart of the vineyards, known for the Holy cross monastery visited and blessed by Saint Helena with fragments of the Holy cross. The village women still produce “pipila” lace like they did it centuries ago