Church of the Holy Virgin mother of God
The increasing number of the village’s population raised the need for the building of a new church in 1990. The new church, built on the southwest of the monastery, is also dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Both churches celebrate on the 8th September, the day of the feast of the Virgin Mary’s birth.
Saint Epiphanios is a chapel which is devoted to the Byzantine Bishop of Salamis. From this location there is an excellent panoramic view of 'Paliochori,' a Byzantine settlement which was destroyed during the Arab invasion of 632 to 964 AD.
Situated at Ayia Napa harbour.
Ayia Thekla Chapel
Located at Ayia Thekla on the seafront.
Agios Timotheas and Mauri
Located at the Ayia Napa Municipal Town Hall ion Ayias Mavris
Located at the Adams beach Hotel, Nissi beach
Ayios Prokopis Church
Located at Cape Greco close to Konnos Bay
The chapel of Agia Varvara is in the western part of Agia Napa and was built during the Byzantine period. The chapel was destroyed by an earthquake and rebuilt only recently. There are many cells around the chapel that were once catacombs where the early Christians sought and found refuge when chased by heathens.
Agia Mavri is a monolith in the western part of Agia Napa. In the middle of this pillar there is a hole where it is believed that anyone suffering from an illness will be cured if passed through. Archaeologist L. Cesnola refers in his writings to this monolith and said that women who came to the monolith and broke jars, could regain their lover's affections. A small church at the monolith was built recently to commemorate the Saint.
Anglican Chapel at Atlantica Aeneas Hotel
Anglican Chapel at the Grecian Sands Hotel
The Scandinavian Church
The Scandinivian Church is located just off Nissi Avenue, close to Sandy Bay.