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Paphos

In the western part of Cyprus, is located the district of Paphos. The area is rich in antiquities, and has played an important role as an city-kingdom. It has also been the centre of worship of goddess Aphrodite, with locations such as the ancient city of Palaipaphos and Aphrodite’s Rock. Moreover, Paphos’ Archaeological Park is considered one of the most significant sites of the country and it is under the protection of UNESCO.

The scenic landscape of the district, rigged with rocky beaches, and on the northwest the truly untamed natural area of Akamas pensinsula, offer a more authentic experience.


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Tombs of the Kings

Tombs of the Kings

Paphos | Monument

Nestled in the western coast of Cyprus, the Tombs of the Kings is an architecturally spectacular ancient necropolis and arguably one of the must-see destinat...

Avakas Gorge Nature Trail

Avakas Gorge Nature Trail

Paphos | Nature trail

Avakas Gorge nature trail in Paphos district, offers a short hike with a big payoff at the end, leading to a fascinating spot well worth a visit.

Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon

Paphos | Beach

If your definition of beach paradise includes crystal-clear waters and an exquisite natural environment, look no further than the Blue Lagoon, located in the...

Lara Beach

Lara Beach

Paphos | Beach

Lara beach is located in the south-western part of the Akamas peninsula, in Paphos district. An uninterrupted stretch of sand and a discrete location, preser...

Choulou

Choulou

Paphos | Village

Lying in the scenic Ezousa Valley of Paphos, surrounded by lush greenery and vineyards, Choulou is a small village with a long history dating back to the Fra...

Panagia

Panagia

Paphos | Village

Surrounded by Paphos’ forest, Panagia, is a picturesque village. The village’s name is dedicated to Virgin Mary and its connection with religion is obvious f...

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