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At the entrance to the administrative district of Paphos on the south coast of the island, one of the finest beaches in Cyprus with exquisite natural beauty where the mountains joined lazily to the sea is the Rock of Romios. This is a big rock, actually a atoll from the depths of the ocean bottom. Above the rock you can find fossils, corals, algae, and pieces of shells. The rock that accompanies other smaller rocks in the sea and the adjacent coast.
A rock laden with legend, tradition, memories. A rock in which it is the entire island. The fertile imagination chose the Greek Cyprus and especially this rock as the place where they emerged through the waves, the Goddess of Beauty and Love.
Petra tou Romiou
The name of the Rock, Stone Romios (in Greek) in the tradition associated with the legend of Digenis Akritas medieval times. Tradition says that the huge rock that had hurled Digenis the Troodos mountains against the Saracen invasions.
The ancient myth, but wants to be the Stones and all the surrounding cluster of rocks, pieces of a large oyster carrying Venus on the shores of Cyprus after it traveled the seas and oceans.
In another tradition, in ancient times, the beach of Petra in Romios called Achni. Many believe that the name comes from a paraphrase of the name Achaeans linked to the beach where Arachos Achaeans on their return from the Trojan War.
In the area of Petra the Greeks, the myth, tradition, generous natural beauty, sun, sea, blue sky play together and create a truly dreamlike spectacle.