Perched high above the beach and comprising well-preserved 2nd-century b.c.structures, the Kourion is the most spectacular archaeological site on Cyprus. Its Greco–Roman amphitheater hosts theatrical and operatic performances as it has for millennia (contact the tourist office in town for more information). You’ll see the House of Eustolios, a Roman villa with well-preserved mosaic floors and baths, along with the remains of what is believed to be the Cathedral of Kourion and the nearby Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates, one of the principal religious centers of ancient Cyprus.