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Restaurant
“A lovely tavern at the top of Peyia offering traditional Cypriot grilled foods including the amazing multi dish called Meze. Nice venue, lovely friendly staff and very, very good food. A good uphill walk or drive up with easy parking close by.”
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Bar
“Weekly Quiz run by Eva ,a Scottish lady. There are other music evenings and they have a good menu and bar.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“ This is called 'small Philippos', just up the main Peyia road behind the town Church...even in walking distance if you don't mind to walk up the hill. On the bright side, just rolling down after your shopping. ”
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Restaurant
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Sublocality Level 1
“Situated in the village of Peyia, Ayios Georgios is an extremely popular pilgrimage site on cape Drepanon in the district of Pafos. Between the years 1952 and 1955, the Archaeology Department unearthed three Early Christian basilicas and a bath dating from the 6th century AD. Excavations continued during the years 1992 to 1998 by the Aristoteleion University of Thessaloniki and, since 1999 by the Archaeological Mission of the Ministry of Culture of Greece. During these excavations, it was proven that there was, during the Roman period and the Early Christian era, a vast non-fortified settlement which developed mainly during the time of Emperor Justinian (527-565 AD ). Due to its geographical position at the extreme western part of the island and in the middle of the sea route between Alexandria and Rhodes, the settlement was the first port of call for convoys transporting wheat from Egypt to Constantinople. This accounts for the characteristic features of the settlement. Άγιος Γεώργιος Πέγειας: Γερόνησος Πηγή: Τμήμα Αρχαιοτήτων Κυπριακής ΔημοκρατίαςThe centre of the settlement is occupied by a large group of buildings which include a three-aisled basilica A which has later additions on its northern side and an atrium surrounded by a colonnade and a baptistery on its western side. A smaller three-aisled basilica with a transept is attached to the north side of the baptistery. On the western side of this complex, there is a large two stored building, built in the style of a Greco-roman house, considered to be the bishopric. To the south of basilica A, excavations brought to light a bath adjoining a large courtyard. To the north-east, along the road that leads inland and to the modern village of Peyia, there are the remains of a` small three-aisled basilica C. In the centre of the settlement ruins of houses were discovered as well as underground cisterns and the third basilica in the settlement, basilica B. Άγιος Γεώργιος Πέγειας: Ψηφιδωτό Πηγή: Τμήμα Αρχαιοτήτων Κυπριακής ΔημοκρατίαςThe cemetery of the settlement comprises monumental tombs hewn in the steep rock over the western and south-west shores of the cape. On the natural plateau between the basilicas and the cemetery, the St George pilgrimage site developed, with premises to accommodate the pilgrims, around the one-aisled small church of St George, dating from the end of the 14th beginning of the 16th centuries AD. The large stone building, a domed church of St George was built in recent years. Source : Antiquities Department -Republic of Cyprus”
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Restaurant
“Generally great with kids play area and specifically good for Sunday lunches”
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Bar
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Point of Interest
“Laourou beach at Peyia also known as Corallia, is a sandy beach, next to coral beach and is a part of Coral bay.”
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Beach
“The best beach in the Western Part of Cyprus, Coral Bay Beach, worth a visit”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“30% discount on a variety of vegetables and fruits on Wednesdays and Sundays”
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Restaurant
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Café
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