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Sandwiched between the Troodos Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, the city of Paphos is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Cyprus. The city has something for everyone, with gorgeous beaches and a vibrant nightlife as well as a rich historical heritage. Paphos is split into two main regions, Lower Paphos (Kato) and Upper Paphos (Ktima). There are a few up and coming beach resorts nearby too, all of which have their own merits as a base while visiting Paphos.  

Kato Paphos

The life and soul of Paphos can be found in this diverse neighbourhood, which is home to the UNESCO World Heritage archaeological park. Here you can visit the city’s most famous ancient monuments, including third Century mosaics, the ruins of Aphrodite’s temple, and impressive underground tombs. Kato Paphos is also the main hotel and nightlife district, so after a day of history you can party the night away.  The best spot for people watching is the new promenade. Lined with trendy bars, hotels, and restaurants, the promenade stretches all the way to the marina. 

Ktima Paphos

The town centre of Paphos is a little less touristic, but there’s still plenty to see and do. It’s here that you’ll find the main market as well as high street shopping. The winding streets of the old town are very picturesque, and are well worth a wander. There’s a vast array of restaurants and hotels in Ktima, ranging from five star luxury to budget bargains. Ktima is a residential neighbourhood, with plenty of traditional bars and places to eat. It’s a great place to rub shoulders with the locals and get to grips with Cypriot culture.

Aphrodite Hills

The resort is named after the Greek goddess of love and beauty, who is said to have risen from the sea at Paphos. Located on a raised plateau and divided by a ravine, it’s a striking place to spend a holiday. Most of the entertainment can be found around the town square, which is home to the usual restaurants and souvenir shops as well as an art gallery and local market. The resort is well known for its cultural events, 18 hole golf course, and award winning spa which was listed in Conde Nast’s Gold List. The hotels in Aphrodite Hills are fairly luxurious, most of them boasting five stars.

Coral Bay

You can find a good range of accommodation options in this pretty resort town, which is just 6km outside of Paphos city centre. It’s new on the tourist radar, so still boasts traditional tavernas and pretty olive groves alongside the jumping bars and restaurants which are geared towards tourist tastes. The soft white sand and EU Blue Flag certification make the bay itself one of the best and most popular beaches in the Paphos area. If you’re looking for a bit of peace and quiet, take the bus to pebbled Potima Bay. The deep blue waters are popular with swimmers, and the beach is known for its tranquillity.