On holiday and looking for a dreamy place to kick back and really enjoy the rest of your days off? Or are you looking for your next weekend escape? For a tasty bite to eat or cocktail to remember in Paphos, you’ve simply got to visit Oniro by the Sea, right by the area’s spectacular sea caves.
Viklari The Last Castle is a very popular, open air restaurant, on a hill top overlooking the Akamas Peninsula. The view from the restaurant is reputed to be one of the best in Cyprus and you can’t fail to see why. Surrounded by fruit plantations and with a breathtaking view of the unspoilt beach’s and deep blue sea.
Duomo is an authentic Italian Restaurant based in Paphos, Cyprus, serving delicious Italian specialities that capture the rich and robust flavours of Italy.
Suite 48 grill & lounge bar indulge in an experience that will dazzle all senses. Watch the water defuse a lazy, sinking sun. Hear the soothing sounds of the waves gently caressing the beach. Breathe in the calming aroma of salty sea air. Feel the warm breeze swirl around your shoulders and taste, an eclectic blend of exquisite flavours as they dance into your palate.
Muse Cafe Kitchen Bar is located in the business area of the Pаphos City serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, together with a variety of cocktails.
There is a panoramic view of the city and sea and a spacious verandah, sheltered by trees and sun shades, to protect you from the sun and where you can also enjoy the beautiful sunsets. It is located in the tranquil area of the old city and comes with convenient, ample parking.
Ta Mpania, cafe bar and restaurant is located within the Kato Paphos sea front. Featuring grilled meats and fish together with Cypriot Meze, the design and ambience being laidback, spacious and airy. It is the perfect place to relax while facing Paphos Harbor and experiencing the best of Mediterranean cuisine in Paphos.
The north coast of the Akamas peninsula coastline of Cyprus is a snorkeller’s paradise. The Blue Lagoon in Paphos is a popular, large bay with an island in the middle. Here’s what we found.
Paphos Aphrodite Waterpark is the BIGGEST WATERPARK in the Paphos region, a one-of-a-kind naturally landscaped aqua adventure centre.
Situated in Kato Paphos on the coastal road easily accessible by car or the local bus which drops off right on our doorstep!
When you stand on the shores of Lara Beach taking in the views under the generous summer sun of Cyprus, you will feel revitalized and recharged almost immediately. Because Lara Beach has a unique effect on her visitors. Granted, she is playing hard to get – it takes a four-wheel drive to reach her – but the effort is all worth it and here are the reasons why.
Horse riding centres in Paphos (George’s Ranch – Coral Bay, Paddocks Equestrian Centre – Kissonerga, Santa Fe Ranch – Yeroskipou) are the best known centres and stables in Cyprus. In these centres you can experience exhilarating horse ridings that you will never forget.
Latchi harbor is a sleepy port of Cyprus, where the fishermen still bring in the fresh catch of the morning and supply those who are lucky enough to have got up early that day.
Alea Cafe Lounge Bar in Paphos, located on the seafront in the harbour area, offers great value for money and good service. Breakfast is served in the morning, nice salads and light dishes are served in the afternoon, and beautifully prepared plates for dinner.
The project started with Mr Christos Christoforou’s love of Birds and Wildlife. The Pafos Zoo was originally going to be for Mr Christoforou’s private use to house his enormous private collection of Birds, but he decided to open the Zoo to the public, so that they may also enjoy the splendours of his private collection & it also being a unique Zoo in Cyprus. Mr Christoforou’s other aim was to educate the local community about the importance of caring & conserving all wildlife. The Zoo took 3 years to complete & it was finally open to the public in September 2003.
Ancient temples, rock-cut tombs and Roman villas with elaborate mosaic floors all reflect the highly sophisticated societies which inhabited Paphos in the past. With a history dating back more than eight thousand years, the town offers a wealth of treasures to the visitor.
Markideio Theatre is located in the centre of Paphos. It is situated in a contemporary building that can accommodate more than 400 people.
The prolonged and substantial lack of a modern place for cultural events, in conjunction with the creation of the Municipal Gallery in 2006, led to the creation of a cultural center in the renovated “Palia Ilektriki” (Old Powerhouse). The rationale for adopting the idea is to create an affordable and functional work of cultural infrastructure through which to regenerate and support various areas of cultural activity and development of the city.
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.
With history and culture enticing visitors from near and far to explore each and every corner of Paphos, times past are now the focus of attention, albeit with a cool modern twist in an old town that has been brilliantly revamped. And with the renovated Hani of Ibrahim (Ibrahim’s Khan) standing proud at the centre of it all, with contemporary architectural features accentuating the old brickwork, we give you three great reasons to check it out.