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Warm, ancient, sunbaked stone, underground tunnels, arches and pillars, a hidden cave; the Ayia Napa Monastery is shrouded in an air of exotic magic and mystery, particularly given that its exact age and origins are unknown.Its construction has been roughly dated to the 15th century when Cyprus was conquered and taken by Venetians.Being a popular spot for cycling, hiking, cliff jumping, swimming, and even snorkeling in the rock’s sea caves, this spot is popular with outdoor enthusiasts and adventurers.This area is also said to be home to the Ayia Sea Monster (known locally as the Friendly Sea Monster).
Among the sea-related exhibits, which include a wide array of taxidermy fish and other ocean creatures, its most attractive feature is the fully reconstructed shipwreck that was found off a nearby coast. Ayia Napa is one of the most popular areas to visit in Cyprus, especially for young Europeans looking to party in the Mediterranean.However, this area isn’t only good for drinking and dancing the night away.Many local folk tales surround the elements of the monastery, from a hunter whose dog found the golden icon and the monastery subsequently built around it, to the daughter of a wealthy family who came to take refuge after being forbidden to marry her true love.With history and energy echoing around the ancient walls, it’s a wonderful place to spend an afternoon and feel the whispers of antiquity within the grounds.
The Ayia Napa sea caves are a hugely popular spot for diving, snorkeling, and swimming, making this area a perfect thing to add to the list of things to do in Ayia Napa.