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We were on the way back from the Final Frontier of The Karpaz Peninsular and took a slight detour to witness the Monastry that is Andreaskloster. Some lovely renovation works have been carried out with many more years still to come no doubt. Little disappointed...More
I have to say that I was impressed with how much renovation has been done to the church and that there is still ongoing works. Unfortunately I am very disappointed with some of the market stalls that have now sprung up and are fleecing tourists....More
Thankfully we were staying close by for the night so didn’t make a special trip! Everything stank of urine, tacky market, everything under construction. Inside the church was lovely but that was it. The donkeys are very sweet but trained in on tourist cars bearing...More
The drive was rather long indeed, but the views, monastery and beaches you shall see are worth everything!! Monastery is still under renovation although it does not affect the main visitations. The only problem for me was that I wanted to buy icons from the...More
The monastry is still under going restoration but is worth a visit. The drive is lovely through totally unspoilt countryside. There is a little market for the odd trinket or 2. Also a small cafe for refreshments, very friendly service.
Going up pan handle is something everyone wants to do to tick off the list. I can say that to make this worthwhile you have to go to tip and then to the 3 church ruins on the north road from Dipkarpas.
With 2 young...More
This pilgrimage site goes with several interesting legends. With a high way, it is very easy to be there and see the site with one's own eyes. Plus there are many wild donkeys along the way, which adds to the mystery of the place.
One of the key tourist spits on the extreme tip Karpaz tour.
The monastery is a wonderful work-in-progress renovation.
Great altar piece which locals kiss (yes they kiss the pictures of the various saints)...as part of their mini pilgrimage.
Market outside for tourist tut and...More