Azia Club & Spa Hotel at the Azia Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... used to stand. It was originally built to protect the city’s coastline from Arab and pirate invasions in the 7th century, thus later on the Lusignans simply reconstructed it.
At present, most of the castle is in ruins, but some areas are still maintained and can be explored like the dungeons and towers! ...
... The establishment was dedicated to the God of Medicine, Asklipios, whose priests were famed for their healing skills and extreme dedication.
The Agora in English means market. Agora is estimated to have been constructed in the middle of the 2nd century AD, in a squared structure measuring 95 metres x 95 metres with colonnaded ...
... meal chosen from a range of local and internationally themed restaurants in a beautiful setting overlooking the harbour and the Venetian fort.
When you have finished, you can walk off any extra calories with a stroll along the promenade sharing the atmosphere with the families and couples enjoying the outdoor way of ...
... br> Five mythological scenes worth seeing ar "The bath of Dionysus", "Leda and the Swan." "The beauty contest between Cassiopeia and the Nereids", "Apolla and Marsyas," and the "Triumpant procession of Dionysus".
The Entrance Fee is €4.50. Personally, I use my Pass and get inside free.
So, come along to show you a bit ...
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We wandered up Ledras Street to the border and a short No Mans Land and duly had our passports stamped by a stern looking official. The same road continued a little further but now there was a change of atmosphere. The people looked different and the streets were lined with counterfeit goods. A sign on the Greek side of the border promised heavy fines for bringing fakes back across. This was laughable because they ...