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Famagusta 99450, Cyprus
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Fantastic site, mind blowing ruins, 18tl and kids went free. Only bad thing is limited information boards. Very hot but bang on coast for dip afterwards!!

Thank EmmaMc72
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I don't understand why people say Northern Cyprus government did not take care well of Salamis (as they say also about the other historical sites). Site is quite clean and well-preserved. The facilities nearby are not extravagantly expensive. We went to Salamis towards late afternoon...More

Thank Eylül Ç
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Some very good ruins as well as restored parts of the amphitheatre and gymnasium, including mosaics. Small cafe/shop for refreshments. Very hot and exposed/lacking in shade.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A must see as a classical history geek. This is stunning and we only got to see the gymnasium and amphitheatre. There isn’t much information on site due to the conflict between Greek and Turkish Cypriots but this place is overflowing with history and could...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A very important thing is that you can pay everything on this side in euros. I was amazed how much history Cyprus has and how much has it been invaded during it's history. This is just a glance. The amphitheater was my favorite part. Bring...More

Thank Dzeny
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very interesting ruins of an ancient city. Lots to see and photograph. Not much shade, so bring a hat!

Thank Hanneh99
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Hi Just to tell you that we did a visit to Famagusta on the East of Cyprus, which included a visit to the Salamis ancient site, Cyprus has lots of ancient sites, we visited the Tombs of Kings in Paphos, which was great, but this...More

Thank gunners1960
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We thorough enjoyed this site even if we went mid day! At least it was quiet! The Roman theatre is very impressive but you always feel that there are not enough boards up to explain what you are looking at or some recreations of what...More

Thank Abbie K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I doubt if this will be around for generations to see unless the northern Cypriat government take responsibility for their culture and heritage!

Thank Gr0up8
Reviewed 12 July 2018 via mobile

A historical highlight of the island, the amazing monuments tell the stories of the Salamis. Easy access by car, hire a tour guild will help the understanding and get knowledge of the explorer. An impressed sightseeing which must see in north Cyprus.

Thank finejenny
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Dina S
2 August 2018|
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Response from leicsduo | Reviewed this property |
Sorry. It was included in our tour price
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Petra P
29 March 2018|
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Response from malli5239 | Reviewed this property |
I suggest you look into car hire, I understand it is fairly cheap and reliable. Public transport is patchy at best. We were on an organised tour so our transport was provided.
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Kiwigirl001
11 March 2018|
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Response from john v | Reviewed this property |
sorry late reply but the best way to travel in Cyprus is by hire car .There are very few tour operators if any .Get yourself a good map and get lost you find the best restaurants and you will see the best parts of the island.
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