Throughout the narrow lanes are plenty of boutiques and craft shops
Holidays in Paphos have a diverse nightlife with numerous English pubs, stylish cocktail lounges, traditional tavernas, charming cafes and discos dotted around the resort; you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing your evening entertainment. Be warned the local and very strong Zivania firewater is sure to keep you on your toes. Throughout the narrow lanes are plenty of boutiques and craft shops to pick up a holiday souvenir from traditional pottery to embroidery and sliverware. The tourist markets sell beautiful woven Cypriot lace and unique paintings and often get very busy.
There is a plethora of accommodation throughout Paphos from simple Self Catering and Bed and Breakfast villas to luxury All Inclusive hotels. Many of these hotels line the beautiful harbour in Kato Paphos and boast breathtaking sea views; you will find something to suit every budget. Holidays in Paphos have an abundance of ancient historic sites found around the resort. In fact, in the 1980s Paphos became a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site.
No holidays to Paphos is complete without a look at the amazing mosaics at the House of Dionysus or a visit to the mysterious Tombs of the Kings. Holidays to Paphos should include a visit to the traditional villages of Yeroskipou and the medieval monasteries of Chrysoroyiatissa and Ayios Neophytos set in the mountains. Paphos is a fantastic holiday base to explore the rugged coastline and spectacular gorges along the Akamas peninsula. An hour from Paphos, the Troodos Mountains with lush forest and indigenous fauna and flora has fantastic hiking trails. You can book your Paphos holidays online at Latedeals.co.uk
Places to Visit
– The Acropolis is the one historical site you can’t miss and is made up of ancient ruins and buildings and is a UNESCO World Hertitage Site. Today it is used to stage musical and live performances.
– The beautiful Troodos Mountains serves up stunning scenery and awe inspiring views, covered in pine trees and has Byzantine monasteries and churches on it’s mountainous peaks. Pretty villages are nestling in its valleys with many remaining unspoiled by development or tourism.
– There are three golf courses in Paphos that are situated within stunning natural surroundings, and are a golf lovers paradise.