The seaside town of Paphos, with its mediaeval fortress and picturesque port, is a harmonious blend of historical landmarks, a tourist destination, and a beautiful landscape. It is a region that blends mountains and coastal regions. It combines culture, contemporary living, and historic archaeological sites in a balanced manner. The view from the Maa-Paleokastro location in Coral Bay is breathtaking. During the Bronze Age, here is where the Mycenaean Greeks first landed in Cyprus.
Paphos (Pafos) Castle was once a Byzantine fort built to defend the port. In the 13th century, the Lusignans repaired it, only for the Venetians to demolish it during the Ottoman invasion of 1570.
Discover the Aphrodite path and Adonis trail, two of the most magnificent treks on the Akamas Peninsula in Cyprus, with their breathtaking views of the blue lagoons.
On the southwestern shore of the Paphos district, enormous rocks form an unusual geological feature. It is one among the island’s most stunning natural features.
The Polis region is ideal for those seeking active vacations in nature due to its breathtaking natural environment, friendly, laid-back locals, great hotels, apartments, and villas for lodging, numerous restaurants, tavernas, and fish restaurants for dining out, wonderful sandy beaches, and abundance of activities.
Tzielefos Bridge is one of the mediaeval bridges located between Elia and Roudia. The trail leading to this specific bridge leads into a deep pine forest.
Come and meet the inhabitants, including giraffes, monkeys, meerkats, kangaroos, albino wallabies, mouflons, tigers, and white lions, among others. Paphos Zoo was the first and largest permitted zoo in Cyprus. It is located just a few minutes from Peyia, in Paphos, and provides a superb nature experience.