Explore Cyprus’ rural life and traditional craftswork at The Farm House, located in the heart of Ayia Napa, in the Monastery Square.
Nostalgic for a more simplistic lifestyle like in the olden days of the village, the museum was created to showcase these traditions and the way of lifestyle that is nearly lost today. Visitors gain an insight into the life of the Cypriot farmer and his special relationship with the land which is evident even in the arrangement of the house as it serves every need a farmer may have.
It was typical for the houses to be built of mud-bricks with a big yard and high fence, single-storey and sometimes two-storey with their main features being the arches and the large veranda at the front. The Farm House in Ayia Napa stays close to tradition and hosts this layout so visitors can see past architecture.
Discover the activities that farmers and their wives occupied themselves with and explore which ones are still carried out today, mostly in the villages.
Summer opening hours : 09:00 – 22:00.
In the winter, from November onwards, it’s only open upon telephone request.