Located just south of the Fini village, the Agia Anna Chapel has been outfitted with many modern icons and emblems. Unlike many Greek Orthodox churches in Cyprus, the Agia Anna chapel doesn’t have an old iconostasis.
All Cyprus Attractions
Cyprus, with its central position between Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, has long been the target of invasion, settlement, and rule. Its location has allowed it to have a rich history of different cultures over thousands of years.
This has allowed Cyprus to have many historical and archaeological sites from different time periods. There are historical attractions from the Neolithic to medieval times all across the island.
Along with archaeological sites, there are countless Christian churches and picturesque villages to explore. Of course, Cyprus is famed for its pleasant Mediterranean climate and its beautiful beaches and natural areas.
The Adonis Baths Waterfalls is one of prettiest locations in Cyprus. Its said by the locals that swimming in the water has positive effects on both men and women. There are even Statues of Adonis and Aphrodite at this location due to its connection to the old tale.
The Achna Dam was built in 1988. It serves two main purposes for the community: store water and acts as irrigation during times of drought. The Water Development Department is in charge of all dam-related issues.
The shipwreck of the Mav Achaios cargo vessel is located right off the shore near Akrotiri, Limassol. Most of the ship is underwater and only the rusting crew quarters and bridge remain above water.