Holidays to Tremithousa
Tremithousa is a little village in the Paphos region of Cyprus. It's small now, but it was once the capital of the country and a popular place to worship Aphrodite, Greek goddess of love. The entire area is of huge archaeological significance with plenty of sites to visit from different periods in history - as well as beautiful blue seas and sandy beaches.
This idyllic beach with the stunning sea view is right in the heart of the fabulous bay of Kato Paphos.
A place to chill and soak up the sights and sounds as a cool sea breeze keeps the hot sun at bay.
Tombs of the Kings
The tombs are cut into the native rock and offer a glimpse into the ancient burial practices of Cypriots.
Paphos archaeological park
From prehistoric times, through to the middle ages, you can view many iconic houses all with preserved mosaic floors.
A 50 minute drive and you can experience the wildlife, waterfalls and picnic spots of the Troodos mountains.
Cool down from the heat as you climb up the water spouting volcano or the giant inflatable dome.
Regarded as Cyprus’ equivalent to tapas and a delicious appetiser complimented with Tzatziki yogurt.
You won’t have far to walk to find a quality restaurant serving homemade Loutza, enjoyed with a nice glass of Persefoni.
Relax at the beachfront
Enjoy the simmering sunset at one of the seaside tevarnas with a tipple of the famous national drink of ouzo.
No need to go into Pophas for your nightly entertainment as the village tavernas have fantastic live guitarists.
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