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The Greek city named Paphos is located on the Mediterranean coast and it is connected to the A6 Highway. The access to this city is facilitated by the second largest airport in Cyprus, Paphos International Airport. This coastal city lies in the South-West of the Republic of Cyprus and it is the capital of the district with the same name.
Paphos has a raw beauty that attracts many tourists that are looking to find amazing places to explore. The ancient city of Paphos was split in two: the Old Paphos and the new Pahos. Today, the inhabitants live in the new city which but the visitors can take the opportunity of visiting the modern mythical birthplace of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of beauty in Old Paphos. Those who are passionate about architecture, history and culture will encounter a wealthy folklore in this city and will be able to taste the Byzantine Empire’s flavours. The twelve museums that Paphos has to offer, the countryside, the cosmopolitan resorts and the outdoor activities like hiking, cycling, horse riding, are worthy of the visitors’ time.
The sun seekers will discover that this is the perfect place for water sports, trips, long walks and deep relaxation. This side of Cyprus offers Blue Flag beaches that are awarded for their safety, purity and supervision. The coast of Paphos hosts 27 beaches throughout a distance of 50 km, turning it into the perfect place for swimming, diving and snorkelling. The hotels in the area own private beaches that are separated from the public beaches, offering the tourists extreme comfort of the body and mind. The medieval port is surrounded by a small city by the sea that hosts the majority of the luxury hotels and the entertaining places, for those who are crave for long, white nights filled with joy and energy. The modern Paphos is also a perfect location for those who enjoy fishing during the early, morning hours.
The sunsets and sunrises here are spectacular and they create a magical atmosphere that is absolutely worth experiencing. The Greek mythical deities like Dionysos, Theseus and Aion have left behind them powerful buildings that have lasted for 16 centuries. Today, their houses are included in the UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage List due to the valuable mosaics dating from the 3rd to the 5th century that have been perfectly preserved. The Tombs of the Kings, the ancient Odeon Theatre, the Byzantine Museum, the District Archaeological Museum, the ruins of the city walls, the Roman Agora and the building that has been dedicated to Asclepius, the God of medicine, are the main landmarks in Old Paphos.
This gem of the Western Cyprus proudly receives it tourists every year, revealing its beauty to everyone who is looking to spend exquisite vacations in a historical place that is filled with legendary spots. Paphos is also an amazing location for weddings and honeymoons, giving the fact that it is an affordable location with amazing outdoor, romantic places.
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