Flights to Paphos take on average 4 hours 35 minutes, which makes it a great location for a fun week in the sun. A quaint city by the sea in southwest Cyprus, Paphos is a popular tourist destination. Benefitting from an excellent climate with lots of sunshine and a laid-back lifestyle, Paphos has all the charms needed to ensure that you enjoy your summer holidays. With plenty of cheap flights to Paphos available, it's the perfect destination for a holiday getaway.
As an enchanting and romantic place, Paphos is a great holiday destination for couples. And it should be, given that according to legend, it was the birthplace of Aphrodite, the Ancient Greek goddess of love and beauty.
Go on a horse riding expedition in the hills near Paphos. You can see places that you would never get to see otherwise, vast forested hills and rolling valleys! There are several riding companies near Paphos that organise a wide range of trips.
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Paphos is divided by its harbour into an Old and New Town, and if you're looking for a beach holiday, there are several sandy beaches nearby to enjoy. The best of which is probably Coral Bay, a short bus ride away. Many of these beaches offer the opportunity to try your hand at watersports alongside a whole host of other fun activities.
However, there is so much more to Paphos than just beaches. In fact, the entire city of Paphos is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Popular spots to visit include the castle guarding the harbour, the mysterious vaults and caves known as the Tombs of the Kings, the ancient Odeon Theatre, and the catacombs beneath the Saint Solomoni Church.
At night, the restaurants and tavernas along the waterfront serve up traditional and delicious fresh produce, much of it caught or grown nearby. And while Paphos isn't renowned for its nightlife, there are still plenty of bars open late into the evening. The abundance of Bouzouki clubs (a traditional Greek instrument) means that the nightlife experience here is more authentic and unique.