Pafos was the capital of Cyprus in ancient times and in 

2017 elected as European Capital of Culture

Paphos City offers Beautiful countryside, a cosmopolitan resort, historic sights as well as sporting activities, the Pafos Region has something for everyone at any time of the year.

Whether you are a sunseeker, an explorer or someone looking for relaxing holiday with great scenery, there are so many reasons to visit the most beautiful part of Cyprus.

The combination of the historical past with the modern world, the mild Mediterranean climate, breath taking beaches, natural beauty, its excellent transport links to the exterior as well as the number of other useful educational services it offers which makes Paphos an ideal place for Investment. Paphos has a permanent population of about 77,800 inhabitants.

Paphos is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as a crossroad of people and ideas with archaeological sites to testify a relentless march of 9000 years in history and culture. The city was a candidate for the European city of culture back in 2017. Paphos Municipality spent more than 80 million euro in infrastructure. 

Paphos is the mythical birthplace of Aphrodite and today consists of four Municipalities, being Paphos, Yeroskipou, Peyia, and Polis Chrysochous and offers a variety of attractions for any visitor all year round.

Paphos is an international tourist destination thanks to the unique combination of nature, history and mild Mediterranean climate. Direct flights to all major European cities and between Paphos International airport with large Greek cities like Athens, Patra, Thessaloniki and Chania.

Paphos is a modern European multicultural city that welcomes people from all over the world, regardless of ethnic, social or religious origin.

A city full of youth, having one of the highest rates of youth 18-35 years old, compared with other Cypriot cities.

Paphos is known for its beaches during the day and its lively nightlife. You can easily find bars, cafes, clubs and pubs scattered across the sea front and Paphos’s city centre.

Sodap Beach

Coastal Area Beaches

Geroskipou Beach

Blue Lagoon Beach

Lara Beach

Coral Bay Beach

Sea Caves Beach

Sandy Beach

Petra tou Romiou Beach


Beautiful countryside, a cosmopolitan resort, historic sites as well as sporting activities, the Pafos region has something for everyone at any time of year. Whether you are looking for activity, rest, good food, fine wine, spas, walking, golf, culture, nature, birdwatching – the Pafos region offers it all.

Pafos: A Good Reason For All Seasons

Pafos is a combination of many things: a cosmopolitan holiday resort with spectacular countryside nearby, and many fascinating historical sites. The region offers the possibility of enjoying both the sea and the mountains, as well as giving a taste of the island’s cultural heritage with its many archaeological sites. You can feel the romance in the air as you walk where Aphrodite, the ancient Greek goddess of love and beauty, once roamed. Swim in the sea by the rocks known as Petra tou Romiou, where she is believed to have risen from the waves, make a pilgrimage to her sanctuary at Kouklia, or visit the grotto near Polis where she supposedly bathed. Undoubtedly these are just some of the reasons that make Pafos such a favourite with couples getting married or honeymooning. Pafos: A Good Reason For All Seasons Pafos lies on the southwest coast of the island and is sheltered from the north by the Troodos mountains. It has a temperate climate, one of the healthiest in the whole Mediterranean. In the Pafos region, you can bask in sunshine all year round and feel the warmth of a welcoming people with a reputation for hospitality. Splash about in the sparkling warm waters of the Mediterranean in the summer; marvel at the splendours of nature as the fields are carpeted in wildflowers in the spring; explore ancient sites in perfect temperatures in the autumn; and in the mild winter keep fit with a round or two of golf or an invigorating game of tennis.

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