Paphos Things to Do

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  • 1. Kato Paphos

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    Coral Bay beach is tourists' favourite beach in Paphos. I was recently here and I have a video showing the whole of the coral bay. (Don't miss it). Take the coast road from Paphos Town north for...

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  • 2. Baths of Aphrodite

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    To visit this spot, you have to take the bus 645 to Polis. It departs from Karavella Station in Pano Pafos and the trip takes about 50 minutes. When in Polis, the last stop, you have to change to the...

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  • 3. Tomb of the Kings

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    The Tombs of the Kings that is a totally misleading name for this wide area of tombs, because not a single king was buried there. They might have been rich people but certainly no kings and their...

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  • 4. Harbour Area

    Visiting Paphos Harbour will offer you a wonderful but sometimes confusing array of both eateries and bars but dont be bullied into the first place you pass. Take your time and walk the length of the...

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  • 5. Paphos Fort

    Dominating the harbour area of the town is the wonderful Paphos Fort. Whilst not on the grand scale of some of the castles of Western Europe, it is still a fascinating place with a lot of history, and...

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  • 6. Archaelogical Park 1

    The archaeological park in Kato Paphos, a UNESCO heritage, in the Old Harbour, can be visited easily in 2 hours and I strongly recommend you do not miss it,...

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  • 7. Coral Bay

    It was one of the few places where I have found a real beach with sand. Most of the beaches I have found in the country aren't interesting.I didn't come here to...

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  • 8. The Rock of Afrodite

    The Rock of Afrodite, also called Petra tou Romiou, is, according to one legend, the birth place of the goddess of love Afrodite.To reach this spot take the bus...

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  • 9. Akamas Peninsula

    When visiting Paphos area, the Baths of Afrodite are considered a must see. Well, to go far away just to see a small pool is really disapointing, but if you...

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  • 10. Aphrodite's Rock

    Located a few km out to sea on the southern coast,seen from the main road into Paphos is a collection of boulders known as 'Aphrodite's Rock.According to...

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  • 11. Bird and Animal Park

    The project for this park started with 'Mr.Christos Christoforou's' love of Birds and Wildlife when his private collection was decided to be shown to the public...

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  • 12. The Mycenean Settlement of Palaiocastro Maa

    Visit the Mycenean settlement called Palaiocastro Maa which should not to be missed especially if you are in the area of the Coral Bay. It dates back to 1250...

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  • 13. Winter promenade

    Ask a local about the recent redevelopment of the seafront promenade in Paphos and the chances are you'll be told in no uncertain terms it has been less than a...

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  • 14. Paphos Mosaics - The House of Dionysos

    The mosaic decorations and the mythological compositions are the main characteristics of this restored Roman villa, dating back to the second century A.D. The...

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  • 15. Aphrodite's Rock - Petra tou Romiou

    Petra tou Romiou, a rock off the shore along the main road from Paphos to Limassol, has been regarded since ancient times as the birthplace of Aphrodite, goddes...

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  • 16. Kourion

    The ruins of Kourion are found near Episkopi.You will see well preserved mosaics and it is worth visiting.Phone: 2593425Directions: Opening Hours:08.00 -...

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  • 17. Geroskipou Folkloric Museum

    The name of Geroskipou village comes from the Greek phrase "Ieros Kipos" the sacred garden of Aphrodite. A fascinating collection of folk art and craft pieces...

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  • 18. Paphos Archaeological Museum

    The archaeological Museum of Pafos houses an attractive collection of Cypriot antiquities from the Pafos area, dating from the Neolithic Age to 1700 AD.Visit...

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  • 19. A hermit's cave

    You only have to travel 9 kilometres north of Paphos to enter another world - one far removed from both the brash commerciality of the tourist town and the...

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  • 20. Ktima Paphos

    3 kilometres up the hill from tourist-dominated Kato Paphos, Ktima Paphos presents itself as a pleasant Mediterranean town going about the everyday occupations...

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  • 21. A short walk back in time

    More relics of Paphos' long history lie scattered over the area between the fenced section of the Archaeological Park and the Ayia Kyriaki church and basilica....

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  • 22. Saint Paul's pillar

    Kato Paphos' ancient ruins aren't confined just to the area around the Roman villas - large as that precinct is, there are several major sites scattered all...

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  • 23. A Roman theatre ...

    ...or, more correctly, an odeion - similar in shape to a Classical Greek or Roman theatre but smaller and roofed - sits near the top of the small hill to the...

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  • 24. Marvellous mosaics 3 - The House of Dionysius

    If the House of Orpheus and the House of the Four Seasons are closed (as they were at the time of our visit) when you've had your fill of the Houses of Theseus...

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  • 25. Marvellous Mosaics 2 - The House of Theseus

    The only way to gain any idea of how brilliant the colours in most ancient mosaics were is to wet them - and that is one BIG no-no, don't even think of it! If,...

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Paphos has it all, peace, beautiful scenery, great beaches but with so much to do for families and the more adventurous.

Must See: The mosaics at the House of Dionysos. They are so vibrant...

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