SOTIRA AYLA THEKLA RENTALS
With a population of 1,500 people, Sotira has taken its name from a church, situated in the centre of the village which is dedicated to the transfiguration of Jesus Christ the Saviour (Sotira in Greek means saviour). The church displays excellent examples of post Komninian art (13th – 16th centuries), Near the east entrance of the village stands Ayios Mamas, which is initially built in the 12th century and later rebuilt in the 16th century. The present frescoes dated back also to the 16th century. About 16 miles to the west lays the cruciform of Panayia Khordajiotissa, which also is dated backs to the 15th century. Its dome has been restored. A third church bearing the name of St. George is found in the area, which is an early Christian three aisle Syrian-type basilica. In the city of Sotira there is also a small Ecclesiastical Museum worth visiting.
Ayia Thekla Beach
Agia Thekla is a small beach named after the old small church which is there. Situated a few kilometres from Agia Napa, it is covered with fine golden sand. Get married at Ayia Thekla Beach, Sotira in Cyprus and have a beach wedding with your feet in the sand. Imagine the sand between your toes, the wind blowing gently from the sea and sharing your big day with family and friends. The Ayia Thekla even has it's own reception venue adjacent - the Nissaki Taverna.
Weddings at the Poseidon Beach venue in Sotira, Cyprus... close to the Ayia Thekla Beach venue and close to the Nissaki Beach Taverna, which is ideal for a following wedding reception. This beach wedding venue offers a 'feet in the sand' experience for those couples who desire it. It's an extremely affordable option and ideal for wedding groups, families and friends looking for a laid back and relaxed wedding abroad.