Ayia Kyriaki Church commonly known as St Paul’s Pillar is one of the most popular venues for a church wedding in Paphos. Located in the heart of Kato Paphos close to Paphos Harbour this amazing Byzantine-style church is steeped in tradition, built around the 13th century Ayia Kyriaki is famous as it is surrounded by Roman ruins and mosaics hence being a famous archaeological sites in Cyprus.
St. George Chapel
x25 - 35
St George Chapel is extremely popular for the smaller wedding parties. Located within the grounds of St George Hotel this phenomenal venue has interior frescos that give an amazing backdrop for the ceremony photographs. Architecurally built in a traditional Greek Church this venue is extremely picturesque.
Being an intimate and small venue it only holds 30 persons seated and a maximum of 35 persons if some stand. Please note that due to the entrance steps as the Chapel is elevated wheelchairs are not suitable.
St George Chapel can hold both Anglican and Catholic wedding services
Panagia Odigitria Church is the epiphany of tradition, built in the 12th century externally made of stone taken from the ruins of Aphrodite’s temple. Surrounding are stone made arches that today in slight ruin it testifies that once there was possibly a monastery in this place. Located surrounded by fields it is such a peaceful tranquil church.
Inside the Church is enriched with hagiographies, biography of saints and a traditional simple wooden icon screen plus frescoes saved from 16th century.
St. Nicholas Chapel
x40 - 45
St Nicholas’ Chapel is found close to the beach close and the glittering Mediterranean Sea, a beautiful modern Chapel in a unique setting with a traditional interior.
The interior is breathtaking as the walls and ceilings are covered in frescoes.
Originally built as a Greek Orthodox Chapel the Greek Orthodox Church have agreed to hold both Anglican and Catholic weddings at this amazing venue.