Pafos Archaeological Park
Take a trip back in time to the wonders of Ancient Greece and marvel at Greek theatres, market places and a number of Roman villas in this UNESCO listed site. Check out the remarkably preserved mosaics, which give you a real taste of ancient life.
The Tombs of the Kings
This vast burial ground houses the tombs of some of the leading nobility and citizens of Ancient Greece. The tombs, which are hewn into the island bedrock, are quite a sight.
No visit to Pafos would be complete without stopping by the Odeon, an original Greek amphitheatre. Marvel at the construction and the acoustics and, if you’re lucky, maybe catch a modern production – a once in a lifetime experience, we promise you.
Early Christian Basilica-St Paul’s Pillar
The church was built in the 13th century over the ruins of the largest Early Byzantine basilica on the island. St Paul’s pillar is situated in the church courtyard, where according to the legend the Apostle was flogged before converting the Roman governor Sergius Paulus to Christianity.
The Akamas Peninsula
This peninsula is in the westernmost tip of Cyprus and Pafos is its nearest city. It’s a region of untouched natural beauty made up of wild landscapes, deep gorges and beautiful deserted beaches. The perfect place to explore and unwind.