Paphos Ethnographical Museum contains an interesting private collection of objects from the Neolithic Age to the present day.
The Ottoman baths of Paphos are also known as Hammam, Loutra and Turkish baths. They are from the Medieval times. It is a stone built structure, with a stone vault. It is a typical bath of the Ottoman era and consists of three main rooms: a reception area, then a second room where visitors used to undress and finally the main baths.
Palaiokastro is where the first ancient (Mycenaean) Greeks settled. They emigrated to Cyprus around 1200 BC after the fall of the Mycenaean Kingdoms in mainland Greece. This is where Hellenism on the island originated.
The name of Yeroskipou village comes from the Greek phrase “Ieros Kipos” (sacred garden).
The museum houses a fascinating collection of folk art and craft exhibited in a beautiful traditional house.