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|Flights to Paphos, Cyprus||Click on a price below or Search for more flights|
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Coral Bay is just ten minutes along the Cyprus coastline, where you'll find gorgeous sands and watersports galore. A little further out, the Baths of Aphrodite in Polis are a must for fans of Greek mythology. Don't forget to swim a lap around Aphrodite's rock if you want to be blessed with eternal beauty!
It’s a UNESCO paradise in Paphos. Among the historical sights that you'll want to tick off your list are the seafront fortress, the Tomb of the Kings, the Kato Paphos Archaeological Park, Paphos Amphitheatre and the Ayios Neophytos Monastery.
The Super Aphrodite waterpark is great fun for the family, or head out to sea on a boat trip or catamaran cruise, where you can snorkel, scuba or even try an underwater walker suit. On dry land, shoppers will love the old town markets, where you can pick up everything from hand-made tablecloths to leather handbags.
Nature lovers will also be in their element, with many opportunities to hike, bike and even explore the landscape on horseback. Paphos Forest and the Troodos Mountains provide the spectacular setting for your Paphos adventures in nature - be sure to stop at the Kykkos Monastery.
Beer lovers are in for a treat - up in the rolling hills of west Cyprus, Aphrodite’s Rock Brewing Company brew hand-crafted artisan beers made from mineral-rich water from their own well. Stocking a range of core beers along with special and seasonal offerings, a tasting paddle is the best way to explore everything on offer. Cheers!
Combining culture with relaxation, Paphos is the perfect blend of town and beach, meaning sunbathers can get their fill while history buffs, nature fans and explorers will have more than enough to sink their teeth into. The bustling, lively harbour is lined with many bars and excellent fish restaurants and is where many people spend their evenings, sipping drinks and watching the sunset after a day exploring or sunning on the beach. There’s also a bazaar-style indoor market if you need to get out of the sun for an hour or two.