Cheap flights to Paphos
So beautiful that the ancient Greeks believed it to be the birthplace of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, Paphos is still wowing the crowds today with its enchanting mix of unrivalled beaches and cultural treasures.
This elegant city on the south west coast of Cyprus is so packed with history that it is a World Heritage Site in its own right. So if you want to see ancient Greek theatres, Roman villas, Classical temples and some of the world’s best-preserved Roman mosaics, then you know where to come.
But the appeal of Paphos doesn’t end there. Luxury spa hotels, a medieval harbour with a smorgasbord of restaurants serving some tasty Greek cuisine, and a load of lively nightlife complete the lineup of tourist treats on offer at this small, yet perfectly equipped resort.
Of course that’s forgetting to mention the year round sunshine, warm seawaters, and those waterparks that keep the little ones entertained for hours. Sounds like this place has everything you could wish for from that perfect summer holiday – well it does.
Enjoy a social evening with good cuisine at the monthly Paphos Feast of Friends event. Diners eat together at one table, sharing their love of good food at local restaurants. A set menu is usually €20-€30. Entertainment or talks are occasionally on offer as part of the evening. Call 99 987 672 for details and bookings.
Get in the festive spirit with the Cyprus Police Band as they perform traditional hymns and popular carols in Paphos Market at Laiki Gonia. The event takes place at noon on the Saturday before Christmas and is free.
The 18th International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama takes place in open-air amphitheatres across Cyprus throughout July. Companies from all over the globe perform their interpretations of some of the most enduring drama the world has seen. cyprus-theatre-iti.org/English.html
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