The ancient capital of Salamis is located on the eastern coast of Cyprus. According to Homer’s epic, after the Trojan War in the twelfth century BC, the Greek archer Taser came to the eastern coast of Cyprus and built this town. Salamis reached its heyday in the Roman period, and its trade in goods expanded to neighboring countries and regions, and it was known as the Oriental Mall. After the Arab invasion in the seventh century AD, the city of Salamis gradually declined into ruins. Rows of remnant Roman columns and semicircular Roman theater in the ruins bear witness to the most glorious period of history.
This is a very interesting place, but you must come with the tour guide. Listening to the tour guide’s explanation is great. If you come by yourself, you should look at the stones. The ancient city is very big. You can walk around for a day with the explanations. It feels very historical.
Facing a hot sandy beach, there are scattered Roman monuments. Here is the site of the famous ancient capital Salamis, where miracles can be witnessed everywhere. There is no bus from Famagusuta to Salamis
An old city is located by the sea, with sparsely populated surroundings, it is difficult to walk without a car, it is recommended to rent a car. When visiting, be careful of the lizards and snakes in the grass. There are hidden lizards in the haha photo. See who can find them.
I highly recommend everyone to come here, standing on the wall here, as if hearing the Spartan warriors fighting here and getting everyone's applause, the sound can't die, because you are standing here.