Look for the signs in the village that are directions for Sipahi and follow the road to the site of Ayias Trias. It is encircled by a wire fence and there should be a custodian to take the admission fee! The chief delight of this site is the wonderful variety of mosaic patterns in the basilica floor. There is little else left of the 6th century church, that was destroyed during the Arab raids, apart from a full immersion font and the surrounding walls, and therefore there is nothing to detract from what lies beneath one’s feet. Not to be missed are the mosaic sandals, representing pilgrimage, they look exactly like the ones used today!