In the province of Paphos on the right side of the road leading from the village of Nata to the Turkish Cypriot village of Axylou, two kilometers before Axylou, there is a hill called "Moutti t' Ai Bifani," meaning "hilltop of Saint Epiphanius", where once there used to be a church dedicated to Saint Epiphanius, a local saint of Paphos, who lived as an ascetic in this area along with his fellow ascetics Chareti (Chariton) and Alexander. Today there is neither the ruins of this church, and all that survives is the hermitage of Saint Epiphanius, as it is called by the inhabitants of the surrounding area. This hermitage is a shelter that looks like a hideout where the Saint lived as a hermit. It is dag in earth of marbled rock which resembles a built tomb and is similar to the hermitage of Saint Theodoros in Dali, Nicosia (here). That is, the roof is curved and built with stone and lime.The original entrance of the hermitage was a small, directed to the west, and looked like an underground tomb. Recently, a resident of Nata, who was an excavator driver, while cutting the hill to make a pass for the new Nata-Axylou road, he accidentally cut its back wall, and so the hermitage appeared that looks like a cave. With the opening of the north side, it also became the main entrance of the hermitage. The driver of the excavator, in seeking to clean the hermitage with the digger, he pulled out some bones which may have been the bones of Saint Epiphanius. On the right side of the hermitage, as seen from the road- because it is next to the road- there is a small built- in arch, perhaps were his relics were kept, just as there is a similar one in the hermitage of Saint Theodoros in Dali. a little farther up, at the center of the shelter, there is the door or the opening of the hermitage, and it appears that Saint used it to clime and descent to and from the hermitage. According to Leontios Machairas these three Saints were part of the group of the "Three Hundred" Palestinian refugees who fled to Cyprus. Machairas writes the following: "in Axylou there is Saint Alexander, Saint Charetis and another Saint Epiphanius". According to Professor Ioannis Tsiknopoullos, in the village of Axylou there used to be a church dedicated to Saint Alexander, one of the three. It was painted and mass was held there regularly. Saint Alexander was believed as being a healer of those suffering from hernia. Today nothing remains of this church.
We do not know when the memory of these three Saint of paphos was celebrated.