This old church is now almost a total ruin, but it is the only church in Kyrenia of any historical interest. It is to be found in the narrow back street immediately behind the harbour almost opposite the rear entrance to the Folk Art Museum. It dates from the 14th C and its most interesting architectural feature is the doorway on the north side. Though now blocked up it does not appear to be originally for its present situation and may well have come from another and larger Gothic building.
The church design appears to have been inspired by the French style and is likely to be the work of local craftsmen making the most of recyclable material.