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Salamis

Gazimagusa (Famagusta), Famagusta, Cyprus
+9-0392-366-28-64
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  • Excellent54%
  • Very good35%
  • Average9%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“roman ruins” (30 reviews)
“salami” (149 reviews)
“large site” (11 reviews)
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Gazimagusa (Famagusta), Famagusta, Cyprus
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+9-0392-366-28-64
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Loved visiting this ancient open air site. Although it is in ruins, it is fairly easy to imagine how the city must have looked. The theatre is huge and what exists of it now is only a small part of the original. It would have...More

Thank CrystalShadow
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had breakfast and dinner here and cannot complain about anything the staff was attentive and went the extra mile to make sure that it was an enjoyable experiance. We would certainly stay there again and will reccomend thsi hotal

Thank cminister
Reviewed 1 week ago

This site is just north of Famagusta. The site has been influenced by a number of civilisations e.g. Greeks, Persians, Romans, Byzantines and Christians. The baths, amphitheatre and gymnasium is typical of Roman influences

Thank Earlray60
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Most fascinating area to wander for very little entrance fee. Over a vast area but not all visible. Lovely to see some ancient monuments among all the modern life.

Thank davena c
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Everyone troops around the Greco-Roman part, which has been partially excavated, but if you like archeaolgy and you have strong shoes on, there is a Byzantine city and plenty more Roman to see.

Thank Stephen C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nice to potter around in but not an awful lot to see. Unlike other Roman ruins in other countries this is in a fairly poor condition but you can see baths, columns etc

Thank sldraper
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Fantastic hotel, very clean. Towels & bed linen changed regularly. Plenty of bars. Staff friendly Plenty of choice of food. Animation team were brilliant. Had a good excursion to Famagusta

Thank Patsyabfab
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Whilst in Northern Cyprus we visited Salamis and enjoyed a stroll around the large area of Roman ruins. If you like seeing Archaeological items this is a trip not to be missed

Thank GeoffWilliamson
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lots of culture, structure and history make sure you have good walking shoes as there is lots to see

Thank Ebayqueen2015
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We walked to the ruins twice from our hotel. They are amazing and you can explore every part. Climb up the steps of the amphitheatre and you have a wonderful view and walk on the Roman road where chariots once travelled. It is probably best...More

Thank Janet J
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Russianbear57
Where is the best place for a family to visit in noth Cyprus
19 June 2016|
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Response from periandro | Reviewed this property |
It depends upon the age of your children. In case they were already grown up and you were all interested in art and History, the best places to visit are the ruins of Salamina, the town of Famagusta the Kyrenia castle and... More
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Feby55
Hi Benjamin, did you use any travel agent? if yes, can you recommend? Im interested on doing this apostle Paul's journey. Thank you
21 January 2016|
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Response from willoDorset | Reviewed this property |
We used Mercury Holidays and stayed at the Pia Bella Hotel in Kyrenia. Guided excursions booked via Tour Plus. Regards Graham
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Gill S
Hi How far are the Salamis ruins from the Salamis Bay?
8 October 2015|
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Response from Žan M | Reviewed this property |
It's about half an hour of pleasant walk along the beach. The problem is not that the way is not walkable, but you need to walk on sand pretty much so this may be a bit hard. You can also swim there if you preffer ;).
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