The remains of an ancient settlement which was identified as the city of Ourania.

Othello Castle was built in the 14th century by the Lusignans (who ruled the Kingdom of Cyprus) to protect the port against possible enemy attacks. It was also used as the main entrance to Famagusta. It used to be called “impenetrable fortress” due to it being nearly impossible to attack because of very deep ditches surrounding it.

Deneia/Denya Mosquewas built during the Ottoman period and renovated in the late 19th or early 20th century. The information we have about its history is very limited and the only written evidence is from the archival documentation repair work, which took place in 1890 and 1907.

Mediaeval and ottoman baths have their origins in the Roman and Byzantine Periods. They combine the functionality and architectural features from the roman thermae and the byzantine baths with the Arab and ottoman tradition of steam bathing. Like their Roman predecessors, they consist of adjacent cold, warm and hot rooms.