Saint Paul's Pillar

  • Address: Pafos Afroditis, Paphos, Cyprus
  • Phone: +357-26931640
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Church, Religious Site, Observatory, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Archaeological Site

Saint Paul's Pillar - Review

The Saint Paul's Pillar is the highlight of a church more commonly known as the Church of Agia Kyriaki Chrysopolitissa.The church is a symbol of many incarnations of Christian worship, along with Basilicas and churches built on top of one another over a very lengthy period of time. The church is very informative about the building belonging to different ages. The church makes for a very peaceful and calm atmosphere and is a recommended visit in Paphos.

Saint Paul's Pillar Information

  • The church does not entertain a lot of skin showing and hence has shawls at the entrance.
  • Sunday Masses schedule: 10 am (Latin); 11 am (Polish); 12 pm (English).
  • The church houses a chapel in its vicinity as well.
  • Other contact no. : (+357) 99613715.

How To reach Saint Paul's Pillar by Public Transport

  • Train: Historic Lefke (Camlikoy) Train Station, EvrichouTrain Station.
  • Bus: Kato Paphos Main Bus Station, Bus Stop 80, Bus Stop 916.

Restaurants Near Saint Paul's Pillar

  • Melania Restaurant
  • Kiniras Hotel & Restaurant
  • Agapinor Restaurant, Paphos, Cyprus

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TripHobo Highlights for Saint Paul's Pillar

  • Saint Paul's Pillar Address: Pafos Afroditis, Paphos, Cyprus
  • Saint Paul's Pillar Contact Number: +357-26931640
  • Saint Paul's Pillar Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Saint Paul's Pillar: 01:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Saint Paul's Pillar

  • 42.2% of people who visit Paphos include Saint Paul's Pillar in their plan

  • 71.43% of people start their Saint Paul's Pillar visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Saint Paul's Pillar

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

94.04% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Saint Paul's Pillar

People normally club together Kato Paphos Archaeological Park and St. Solomon's Catacombs while planning their visit to Saint Paul's Pillar.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Saint Paul's Pillar, Paphos Reviews

  • A beautiful location and so much history.St Paul,and a Danish king who was on his way to the crusader wars is buried here.You can go inside the church too.It took a few days to understand how much history is in this town.I found more catacombs on the road out of town,same side of the road past the hope tree.25.04.2018.If you are here around this date walk between the fences,the catacombs are on your right,strangely hidden away.Free to visit.The walkway around the church here is very much wheelchair and buggy friendly.The catacombs sadly aren't.The first few days were spent exploring Paphos.I really hope you have a great time here,as i did.

  • Fantastic history, You can see the pillar where Paul the Apostle was scurged. If you like history this is 5 stars

  • Such a beautiful location located close to Paphos port in Cyprus. Easy to access and no ticket. Ruins of a gothic-Latin church. It’s the place where is believed that the inhabitants of paphos tortured Saint Pavlos when he visited Paphos in 45 A.C. Some mosaics and a really nice walk through the ruins. The church which is still in use is really impressive. Worth to visit.

  • Such an amazing place to visit. Not within the archaeological park, but just a 7 min walk from the restaurants side of the harbour.

  • Ayia Kyriaki Chrysopolitissa Church was built around 1500 AD as a Latin Church on the site of a small church which was destroyed in 59 AD by an earthquake. About 100 years after its construction and following the Turkish invasion of 1570, it became the Byzantine Cathedral of Kato (Lower) Paphos.

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