Paphos – Sightseeing

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Discovering the CityPaphos

Paphos, a city rich in history and culture, offers a unique blend of ancient ruins, beautiful landscapes, and modern amenities. From its stunning coastline to its charming old town, Paphos is a destination that captivates visitors with its fascinating stories and welcoming atmosphere.
Heritage Walks

The Lighthouse Trail: Offers panoramic views of the city and contains ancient rock-cut tombs and caves.

Omodos Village: A nearby traditional village known for its wineries and cultural heritage.

Eleouthkia Park: A beautiful park showcasing the flora of Cyprus and offering relaxing walks.

Edro III Shipwreck: A popular site where a ship ran aground near the coast, providing a striking view, especially at sunset.


Historical Monuments

Paphos Archaeological Park: This UNESCO World Heritage site features ancient Roman villas with stunning mosaics, dating back to the 2nd century AD.

Tombs of the Kings: An impressive necropolis with underground tombs carved out of solid rock, used by high-ranking officials during the Hellenistic and Roman periods.

Paphos Castle: Originally built as a Byzantine fort, this castle has been rebuilt several times and offers panoramic views of the harbor.

MAA-Palaiokastro Site: is where the first ancient Greek (Mycenaean) settled upon their arrival in Cyprus in 1200 BC.


Religious Sites

Agia Kyriaki Chrysopolitissa: A church built over the ruins of an early Christian basilica, featuring beautiful mosaics and St. Paul’s Pillar.

St. Paul’s Pillar: A significant religious site where St. Paul was allegedly flogged.

St. Solomon’s Catacombs: An underground complex of tombs and a significant religious site.



Akamas Peninsula: A nature reserve with scenic trails, wildlife, and breathtaking coastal views.

Petra tou Romiou: Another name for Aphrodite’s Rock, known for its picturesque views and mythology.

Avakas Gorge: A natural wonder with impressive rock formations and hiking paths.



Upper Paphos: Known for its vibrant lifestyle, shops, and cafes.

Paphos Harbor: A lively area with restaurants, shops, and beautiful sea views.

Shopping Mall: With a plethora of boutique shops and cafes.

Helpful InformationTips for Sightseeing

Rent a Bike

It's a convenient and eco-friendly way to navigate around town

Beat the Heat

Avoid the midday to enjoy cooler temperatures during Cyprus's hot summers.

Stay Hydrated

Remember to stay hydrated by bringing a resusable water bottle with you.


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