Located on the western coast of Cyprus, Paphos is a thriving seaside resort which has the same artificial ambience as the big tourist centres of the island. It is smaller than Larnaca and Limassol, has a fishing port and city centre that is not covered in concrete, meaning that the area is quite attractive. However, the main asset of Paphos is its location, in the heart of a region still exuding authenticity. ...
The ottoman fort of Paphos has watched over this harbor town since the XVIth century
Near the ancient site, dominated by its fort, the port of Paphos is a pleasant place for a stroll and various tourist activities.
The vast archaeological site of the ancient city of Nea Paphos adjoins the modern city. This is a must-see.
Two km from Paphos, the Tomb of the Kings is a necropolis built in the III century BC.
With its 5 domes, the church of Ayia Paraskevi was constructed in the style of the Justinian basilicas.
Paphos is the embodiment of the sweet Cypriot life: sun, relaxation, and good food!
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