Agia Marina Kelokedaron is a village in the province of Pafos. It is built in the north-eastern part of the city of Pafos.
The village was named “Agia Marina” to stand out from the neighbouring Turkish –Cypriot villages, while the name “Kelokedaron” was added since the village is located very close to the community of Kelokedara and that would help distinguish it from another village of Pafos bearing the same naming, that being Agia Marina Chrysochous.
Its natural vegetation, old fountains and churches are only some of the beauties one encounters when visiting the village of Agia Marina Kelokedaron.
In the village of Agia Marina Kelokedaron is the church dedicated to Agia Marina. It is a Byzantine type chuch which presents common architectural features with the Monastery of “Panagia tou Sindi”, as well as a small deserted chapel dedicated to Agios Georgios. On the eastern bank of river Xeros stands dominating the Monastery of “Panagia tou Sindi”. Although the exact year of its construction remains unknown, according to a document of that time the Monastery appears to have already been built during the Venetian occupation. The Monastery was restored in 1997 and received the Europa Nostra award in the same year.