Must see. Bigger than Ephesus. But only 3% of the city can be visit. The rest is under the earth. Even 500mt long inside the sea.
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These Roman ruins are some of the best that we've seen. As with most sites in Cyprus they could do with some better signs, but well worth the visit. Don't just look at the ampitheatre and theatre, but spend the morning visiting the whole site:...More
The ruins are only in small part uncovered, most of them are under the sea, but still very spectacular. They reflects a tumultuous history and only few layers of civilisations that past on this island. You must stay some time to contemplate, especially in the...More
Our tour guide made the visit worth of going. Her knowledge of the place enthusiasm made the place almost living
We arrived via Turkey (as required) and stayed in Salamis hotel. Staff not so strong with English except chap who had lived in Tottenham. I disliked having to pay for coffee at bar after meal. Salamis ruins are fascinating if you are interested in the...More
sadly, our guide was not very personable and did not enthuse us with his delivery. Care needed when walking around - many trip hazards.
A great and not over-organized Roman site, with a half-intact amphitheatre, forum colonnades and two exquisite remnants of mosaic, by the sea. Wonderful!