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Cavo Greco, Ayia Napa, Cyprus
Cape Greco beach, also called Cavo Greco means Greek cape and is between Ayia Napa and Protaras in Cyprus. Cape Greco is a protected nature park and it is a very popular tourist attraction as it also offers amazing landscaping views.
It was designated as a national forest park in 1993 and it’s a relatively unspoilt area with amazing natural beauty. Cape Greco is located near the busy resorts of Protaras and Ayia Napa. This area is an amazing place for travellers and offers a wide range of interests such as swimming, diving, towed parachute, fishing, riding, climbing and many others. There are also many underwater caves to dive in.
Read more at: http://www.cyprusisland.net/cyprus-beaches/cape-greco-beach
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Tombs of the Kings, Paphos, Cyprus Photo by @tseriotaki
Tombs of the Kings (Τάφοι των Βασιλέων) is basically a large necropolis located about two kilometres North West of the Paphos harbour and it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As the name suggests no kings have actually been buried here but actually it’s the resting place of 100 Ptolemaic aristocrats who died in Paphos between 3 B.C. and 3 A.D.
A lot of the tombs feature Doric columns and frescoed walls. In addition, there are still archaeological excavations being carried out at the Tombs of the Kings site and due to the ongoing excavations the Church of Paleoekklisia, which depict Byzantine frescoes has been discovered. Tombs of the Kings site is situated northwest of Paphos harbour near the Coral bay and is considered as one of the main attractions in Paphos. People across the world who love archaeological sites should visit Tombs of the kings as is one of the most amazing archaeological sites in Cyprus.
Read more: http://www.cyprusisland.net/attractions/tombs-kings