Attractions in Paphos

There are a wealth of attractions in Paphos to suit the whole family, including Coral Bay, Kykkos Monastery, Baths of Aphrodite & the Byzantine Museum. Discover them here!

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Attractions in Paphos

 


Baths of Aphrodite

, Paphos

Located on the outskirts of Paphos this is a not to miss attraction which is situated under two waterfalls, this attraction traces it's roots back to Greek mythology and is...

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Byzantine Museum

Andrea Ioannou 5, Paphos

The Byzantine museum in Paphos is located in a building adjacent to the church of Saint Theodoros and is owned by the Bishopric of Paphos, this museum was opened in 1983 with the...

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Coral Bay

, Paphos

Coral Bay is a long sandy beach which provides safe access to sun bathers and surfers, besides sun bathing the adventurous type could also try scuba diving and other water sports,...

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Ethnographical Museum

Odos Exo Vrisis 1, Paphos

The Ethnographical Museum is the most richest museum in Paphos, the Ethnographical Museum has artefacts from the Neolithic time to the present day, this museum has a lot to teach...

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Geroskipou Folk Art Museum

East of Pafos, Geroskipou village, Paphos

This museum was a part of a large building which was restored by the antiquities department, since 1978 this building has been converted into a folk art museum which houses...

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Kykkos Monastery

PO Box 24850, Nicosia

Kykkos Monastery is located 36 kilometers from the main town of Paphos and is the largest and wealthiest monastery in Cyprus, Kykkos Monastery was originally built in the 11th...

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Lempa Village

, Paphos

Lempa village is located just 2.5 miles away from the main city of Paphos and is Most famously for the Cyprus college of art which was started in this village in 1982, this village...

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Mosaics of Paphos

Kato Paphos, Paphos

The Mosaics of Paphos are believed to have been the accidental findings of a farmer, these amazingly beautiful mosaic floors were created using coloured limestone and they still...

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Panagia Chrysopolitissa

, Paphos

Another beautiful monument in the town of Paphos is Panagia Chrysopolitissa Church and Byzantine Bascil, has been built on the site of the beautiful gothic church which was...

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Paphos Aphrodite Water Park

Poseidonos Ave, Paphos

The best way to beat the heat is to have a nice dip and visit the Aphrodite Water park located in Paphos, the Pap hos Aphrodite Water park has twenty six attractive water slides...

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Paphos District Archaeological Museum

Odos Griva Digeni 43, Paphos

The Paphos District Archaeological Museum was founded in 1966 and is located about 10 kilo metres east of Paphos, the museum is open all round year, except on Sundays, New Year...

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Paphos Odeon

, Paphos

Paphos Odeon is a 2nd century amphitheatre made of limestone, it has a seating capacity of approx 1200, Paphos Odeon was discovered and restored during 1974-75, Paphos Odeon is...

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Polis City

, Paphos

If you have an appetite for sea sports then your travel itinerary should include a days visit to the town famous for it's fish tavern, the city of Polis is located about 30 miles...

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Sanctuary of Aphrodite

, Paphos

What can be the most famous place to visit in the birthplace of Goddess Aphrodite? Well the obvious choice will be the sanctuary of Aphrodite which is about 14 kilometers from...

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Saranta Kolones

, Paphos

Saranta Kolones is located north of Paphos harbour and is the ruins of an ancient castle, Saranta Kolones means castle of forty columns which goes to show that the castle was...

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Tomb of the Kings

, Paphos

The Tomb of the Kings is considered to be an archeological wonder and is believed to have been constructed in 4th century for burying the ancient Greek aristocrats and their high...

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