Salamis: Roman Salamis and the Basilicas of Constantia: St. Epiphanios and Kampanopetra Sunday June 2
Α journey into the history of the amazing ancient city of Salamis. During our journey from Nicosia to Salamis you will learn about the ancient history of the most important of all the city kingdoms of Cyprus, and of course its Byzantine and Roman History. It is the visit to the Royal Necropolis and the horses that will amaze you most, but also our visit to the Roman ruins, the Gymnasium, the Baths and the Theatre. Salamis became the capital of Cyprus during Byzantine Rule under the name Constantia and two of the most important basilicas of the whole island, that of St. Epiphanios and Campanopetra are found within walking distance from the Theatre of Salamis. We will return to our starting point with a walk along the sea.
Meeting place: Parking space of the University of Nicosia where the bus awaits
Price: 35€ per person (including the entrance ticket to two monuments)
Necessary documents to have: Valid passport and valid ID