From beautiful Mediterranean beaches to exploring UNESCO sites and feasting on fabulous food, it’s time to check out the best things to do in Paphos.
Known as Sodap Beach by locals, this is a Blue Flag beach east of the harbour. A 200 metre long sandy beach with a rocky backdrop and palm trees.
One of the most important sites in Cyprus. The park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a top tourist attraction in Paphos.
Some of the Mediterranean’s most impressive and best preserved mosaics can be found at Kato Paphos Archaeological Park.
Visit the remains of a small Roman theatre and an area which was the Agora, a Roman marketplace. Nearby is the modern Paphos lighthouse.
You’ll pass plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants, some of which have tables right next to the sea and are a nice spot for a bite of local cuisine or a cold beer at sunset.
The crystal clear waters of the Blue Lagoon are great for a boat trip from Paphos.
Paphos Fort is a distinct landmark which has been destroyed and rebuilt many times before finally being restored by the Ottomans in 1592.