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About Paphos

With relaxing coastal stretches, historic sights and a huge variety of sports activities, Paphos really does have something for everyone.

The Cypriot region attracts visitors from across the world to enjoy the wonderful variety it presents, as well as the warm and dry weather experienced for most of the year. There are many beaches, perfect for lazy days in the sun. Should you fancy a change, there are also many picturesque nature trails for you to explore. Paphos’ coastal position means jet skiing, windsurfing and boat trips are all easily available, and you can also enjoy golfing, cycling, tennis and go karting to name a few.

If the area’s many historical sights are of interest, seek out the fascinating ruins and archaeological parks to observe the area’s rich legacy up close. There are many legends surrounding Paphos to discover, with an exciting tale seemingly around every turn.

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There are over 170 hotels and apartments to choose from across the region, with accommodation to suit all budgets and requirements. You can filter your hotel search around locations and key areas, to make sure you don’t miss out on anything you want to see. We’ll also fly you straight to the coast from Paphos International Airport.

When To Go

Paphos enjoys a subtropical climate, meaning dry summers and high average temperatures. The months of June to October are the warmest, peaking in August at a high of around 30 degrees. November through to February is the wettest period, but temperatures generally don’t drop below 12 degrees, so it shouldn’t dampen your time there.

Fast facts about Paphos

  • Currency
    Euro
  • How to get there
    Fly into Paphos International Airport and you can jump on a bus straight to the heart of the area.
  • Official Language
    Both Greek and Turkish are spoken widely
  • Time
    Two hours ahead of the UK
  • Time from airport
    Taking the bus from Paphos International Airport to the centre of the main town should take around 30 minutes, while taxi services and car hire is also available.

Sightseeing and must-sees

  • Coral Bay and Coral Beach
    The bay and beach are popular destinations for tourists and locals to relax on the sand under an umbrella or take part in a variety of water sport activities. It’s easily reached by car, bicycle or bus for convenience.
  • Medieval Castle of Paphos
    The castle is considered a defining feature of Paphos, and many cultural activities take place in the square immediately outside it throughout the year. The structure is also in picturesque surroundings overlooking the harbour.
  • Paphos ancient theatre
    Found in the north-eastern corner of the town, it is believed the ancient theatre was built at the very end of the fourth century, and would have been a major landmark of the time.
  • Paphos Archaeological Park
    The Archaeological Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site, making it one of the area’s most significant attractions. Found close to the harbour, it includes sights and monuments that date back to prehistoric times.
  • Paphos Municipal Market
    The municipal market provides a taste of the region, with fresh produce, fish and meat all available to purchase. This bustling area is where the locals gather to collect their weekly supplies, and it’s open every day except Sunday.
  • Tombs of the Kings
    Found within the Archaeological Park is the vast Tombs of the Kings, carved from solid rock and dating back to the fourth century. The tombs are the resting place for high-ranking officials rather than kings, but their splendour warrants the name.