Holidays to Peyia
On Cyprus's stunning western coast, sprawling Peyia brushes shoulders with Coral Bay's seaside splendour. Sandy beaches lapped by glittering blue waves are ideal for swimming and sunbathing. Peyia is perfectly located for trips up the Akamas peninsula, with its picturesque national park and mythic Baths of Aphrodite. Just down the coast is Paphos, where you can tuck into Cypriot cuisine beside the sea and visit spectacular ancient ruins.
Idyllic pale sands are overlooked by protective cliffs at picturesque Coral Bay. The blue waters are ideal for swimming.
A quiet sandy beach and home to nesting turtles. It's a quiet escape from the tourist beach. A beautiful picnic spot.
Baths of Aphrodite
Beautiful pools and natural caves at one of Cyprus's most famous mythological sites, located on the Akamas peninsula.
Cyprus Ethnographical Museum
Learn about local history in this eclectic museum in Paphos housing an intriguing collection of classical artefacts.
Beaches, bays and sea caves are the ideal terrain for exploring by horseback. Ride out from the ranch near Paphos zoo.
Edro III wreck
The stranded cargo ship Erdo III lies close to Peyia's shore. The wreck provides unique views and photo opportunities.
Coral Bay Avenue
This street in Coral Bay is lined with popular restaurants, serving up Cypriot dishes as well as international cuisine.
Hot and cold appetisers, like hummus and tzatziki, that can be passed around the table are a traditional way to eat.
Evenings in Peyia are a low-key affair. Find several friendly bars and tavernas around the village, for quieter nights.
There's an array of bars and restaurants near Paphos seafront, offering a busier atmosphere - only half an hour away.
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