Agia Solomoni church and catacombs
The church of Agia Solomoni is located at Kato Pafos, Apostolos Pavlos avenue, about a kilometre from Kato Pafos port. It was carved underground out of limestone and was originally a catacomb, although according to some archaeologists it was originally graves dating back to the Hellenistic period.
The visitor has to go down about twenty steps in order to see the church, the remains of the old 12th century frescoes and the Holy Water.
On the rock above the church, there is a large, centuries old, terebinth tree. Hanging a personal offer, usually a handkerchief, is believed to cure the ailments of those who hang it, and many people, both locals and visitors, do so even today.