Probably the most historic bar in Cyprus! The Hamam İnn is situated on the corner of Namik Kemal Square,
just next to St. Francis church and is housed in an Ottoman building which was originally a Turkish Bath. Called the
Cafer Paşa Hamamı, it was built in 1601 and named after a Governor of Famagusta, who officiated under
the reign of Sultan Ahmet I. Its architecture is typical of the Ottoman style and is laid out in the traditional
way of Turkish baths with different hot and cool rooms. But the original part of the building dates back to the
one of the rooms was in fact part of St. Francis Church next door which was built in the early part of the 14th
Which makes is a fascinating place to drink a cocktail or a glass of wine after a day exploring the sights of the Walled City.
The interior has been spendidly decorated, respecting the spirit and history of the building - a very atmospheric
and highly unusual bar!