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Great sacred site that has existed for over 3000 years, shame there's not much left of the original temple but that's time for you. Glad that the altar stone is still there and you can touch nearly everything there. Will visit again next trip but...More
Very enjoyable, interesting and informative visit. Site has a rolling TV guide which is very informative and gives a lot of information on the site. The museum is housed in the converted fort and contains some very nice artifacts. The rest of the site comprises...More
Followed the signs and climbed up the hill. Big site and despite very hot temperatures there was a nice cool breeze on the hill. Views are stunning looking to the beach. Must have been quite a site in its heyday. The site incorporates the sanctuary,...More
Came across this by accident via a brown tourist sign and had to investigate. It's quite a spread out site of the first temple to Aphrodite goddess of love and beauty. The information clearly details the site's evolution from worshipping a fertility goddess represented by...More
Had an enjoyable time strolling around this site, the main dwelling building on the site is very attractive and holds some interesting antiquities. The remaining site is level site that has been excavated and there is a beautiful church and graveyard to the edge of...More