The remains of the ancient city-kingdom of Cyprus and its harbor dating back to around 1100 B.C. lie east of Limassol. The agora (marketplace), with columns that once supported stoae (covered walkways), is the best-preserved area of the site, along with the bath complex and the remains of four churches. On top of a hill are the remains of an Aphrodite temple and its acropolis. The ancient city’s harbor is submerged just off the coast.