Ayia Kyriaki

Known as the The Church as St Pauls Pillar the Ayia Kyriaki Church is a popular venue when choosing an Anglican/Christian or Catholic Church ceremony.

The Church was built around 1500 AD and is quite literally stooped in history and archaeological discoveries adding to the character and charm of this remarkable venue. This is also reflected when accompanied with wedding photography with the icons and frescos that adorn the inside of Ayia Kyriaki Church.

Catholic Ceremonies are held on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays of each week whereas Anglican/Christian ceremonies are held on Mondays and Tuesdays at Ayia Kyriaki.

Note:  When a Catholic ceremony is chosen the couple must first attend in Paphos an informal civil ceremony in order for their Catholic ceremony to be recognised in Cyprus. This informal ceremony normally takes place one or two days before the actual Catholic Church ceremony, no wedding attire or exchange of rings is required during the informal ceremony.

Ayia Kyriaki Church can comfortably accommodate large wedding parties and offers wheel chair access.