- 1 What is there to do in Paphos today?
- 2 What is Paphos known for?
- 3 Is there a strip in Paphos?
- 4 How many days do you need in Paphos?
- 5 Which is the nicest part of Cyprus?
- 6 Is Paphos worth visiting?
- 7 What is the best month to go to Cyprus?
- 8 Is it expensive to eat out in Paphos?
- 9 Is Paphos a party place?
- 10 Where is the best nightlife in Cyprus?
- 11 What happened to Linekers bar in Paphos?
- 12 Where is lively in Cyprus?
- 13 Is Paphos a good holiday destination?
- 14 How many days should I stay in Cyprus?
- 15 Is Paphos hilly?
What is there to do in Paphos today?
The Best Things to Do in Paphos
- Stop by Aphrodite’s Rock.
- Explore antiquity at Kato Paphos Archaeological Park.
- Visit the Tombs of the Kings.
- Hike down the refreshing Avakas Gorge.
- Have a dip in the Blue Lagoon.
- Quad bike around Akamas.
- Go camping in Polis Chrysochou.
- Taste local produce at Paphos’ village.
What is Paphos known for?
Paphos is known for its cultural and historical interests, including the Tomb of the Kings, Mosaics, castle and numerous churches, though it is also popular for its festivals and annual events.
Is there a strip in Paphos?
No matter what you call it, Agiou Antoniou Street is lined with the best bars and clubs in the city. Nights out in Paphos are easy here, you can simply hop from one bar to the next, with each offering a different night out. The main strip of Agiou Antoniou Street is also very popular with Brits abroad.
How many days do you need in Paphos?
There are so many things to do in Paphos that you could easily occupy your entire time in Cyprus, however, three days should be sufficient to both see a lot of cool things while also allowing you plenty of time to relax by the Mediterranean.
Which is the nicest part of Cyprus?
8 Best Cyprus Towns and Resorts
- Coral Bay.
- Ayia Napa.
Is Paphos worth visiting?
We LOVE the archeological sites in Paphos but, as we are nature lovers, we find the resort too loud and busy most of the time. If it’s a wide choice of accommodation and restaurants you are after, then Pafos is a good choice, but for peace and quiet, head for Polis or Latchi.
What is the best month to go to Cyprus?
The best time to visit Cyprus is between May and June. Not only is it one of the driest periods of the year on the island, but it’s also nice and toasty – temperatures hover between 23 and 28 degrees, with up to 13 hours of sunshine a day.
Is it expensive to eat out in Paphos?
Paphos is not expensive to eat whatsoever. Fantastic food is everywhere and there’s places to suit all budgets.
Is Paphos a party place?
Paphos has a buzzing nightlife scene with loads of atmosphere. The strip, known as Bar Street, doesn’t get busy until about 9pm, when the clubs and bars burst into life. Dance the night away, sip cocktails in eye-catching bars or enjoy a karaoke session.
Where is the best nightlife in Cyprus?
The main clubbing spot, in Cyprus is Ayia Napa which is internationally known as one of the ultimate party cities; Limassol follows second on the nightlife scale followed by Paphos, Larnaca, Protaras and of course Nicosia. In the summertime fun takes a whole new meaning here in Cyprus.
What happened to Linekers bar in Paphos?
It died a death years ago which is probably for the best. There are plenty of decent places to go in Paphos still. Knew Bar Street firstly when there was next to nothing in it, at the height of its “fame” and now when its like a ghost town.
Where is lively in Cyprus?
As we’re sure you’re aware Ayia Napa is Cyprus’ main clubbing scene with its endless list of nightclubs and bars, but the island also plays host to many other party spots from the lively hangouts of Limassol to the Bar Street of Paphos.
Is Paphos a good holiday destination?
Situated on the south-west coast of Cyprus, Paphos is the ideal holiday destination for families seeking sunshine and relaxation. Yet there is more to Paphos than that: lovers of archaeology, history and culture will find a wealth of attractions.
How many days should I stay in Cyprus?
How long to stay in Cyprus. Well, there really is a lot to do here! Especially if you want to visit both sides of the island. A week or more is best if you can, but we personally only had 5 full days and were still able to get around quite well (although we were certainly a bit tired by the end!).
Is Paphos hilly?
Its main town and capital is Paphos. The district can be divided into three morphological regions: the coastal plain, lying mainly below 200 metres, the hilly area extending from plain up to the igneous rocks of Paphos forest and the mountainous region, lying mainly on the igneous rocks of the Paphos forest.