Aphrodites Rock is a section of coast between Paphos and Limassol where Aphrodite the Goddess of love
and beauty emerged from the sea form and was towed to shore on a shell towed by dolphins.
This is the view down the coast looking away from Aphrodites Rock
Sonya and John having a cheesy moment at Aphrodites Rock
This is the view from up the coast, Aphrodites Rock is the large white Rock in the far distance
Aphrodites Rock is also known as Petra tou Romiou, meaning the Rock of Romios.
Romios was a legendary Byzantine hero who was said to have hurled the huge rocks into the Sea
Arab ships which were raiding Cyprus
A closer view of Aphrodites Rock