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See:Paphos is a Unesco World Heritage site with its key landmarks of the Roman mosaics, as seen at the House of Dionysos next to the harbour, and the Tombs of the Kings, a must for your list of things to do.
The harbour area has been recently modernised and is a great place to wander and have a coffee; it’s especially pretty at night and if you visit in September, you can enjoy a night at the open-air opera.
Shop: Paphos is highly popular for cheap designer specs. Get a free eye test from one of the best opticians in town and prescription glasses delivered in just a few days from Elean opticians.
Visit Smart Rocks, a unique jewellery store where you can get your old unwanted gold pieces remodelled into an exquisite new design by a craftsman with over 40 years experience.
Don’t miss out on a trip to the old market just off Makarios III avenue, where you can buy traditional Lefkara lace and various other souvenirs. And if you love pottery, pay a visit to either Lemba pottery or Savvas pottery where you can see items being made and then buy from the many colourful earthenware ranges on offer.
Eat: Discover hidden treasures offering great value authentic Cypriot cuisine like Laona in the Old Town where you can enjoy a fabulous lunch for less than €10 a head, or Kiniras, a few hundred metres further away, where you can dine in a 15th century Venetian building.
While the tourist areas serve a wide variety of international cuisine including Japanese, you can’t beat a traditional Cyprusmeze, the best of which can be found in one of the many hillside villages like Kathikas where you can find Yiannis or Imogens, famous for its vegetarian meze.
If you’re willing to travel a little further, head for the 200 year old Phyti village tavern, between Paphos and Polis. Run by Maria, you can enjoy a traditional Cypriot-style Sunday lunch for just €13 including as much wine as you can drink!
Drink: Chill out over a coffee or a cocktail at one of the best kept secrets in old Paphos, the Politia Cafe, a trendy café-restaurant in Costis Polamis Square, popular with the locals.
Not sure which cocktail to choose? Look no further than THE Cypruscocktail, the Brandy Sour, a long drink made with lemon, brandy, soda or lemonade and a dash of bitters. A classic way to start an evening is to order a drink at one of the restaurants on Paphos harbour, perhaps an ice cold Keo, the Cyprus pilsner beer with the yellow label.
Or if you’re in the mood for lively nightlife, choose from popular venues in the heart of Kato Paphos’ Bar Streetlike Blues Brotherz, Woodyz or Bubbles. Fancy some wine tasting? Paphos has some great quality small “boutique” wineries including my personal favourites Tsangarides and Ezousa, both run by enthusiastic young owners Angelos and Michalis who live, eat and breathe wine making – no foul tasting undrinkable wine here!
Stay: Almost every hotel in Paphos is situated right next to the sea and there is a hotel to suit every budget from the luxurious 5 star Almyra spa hotel, sister hotel to the famous Anassa situated further away near Latchi, to the Cynthiana Beach, an affordable 3 star hotel in a beautiful location looking towards Coral Bay.
Many hotels now offer all inclusive accommodation and a popular choice is the Alexander the Great. If you’re into celebrity spotting, stars can often be seen at the 5 star Elysium, also popular with honeymoon couples.
Walk: One of the nature trails on the beautiful unspoilt Akamas Peninsula. My personal favourite is the Aphrodite Trail, the highpoint of which offers spectacular views of the entire peninsula and the blue lagoons below.
Or head for the Paphos forest and the Stavros tis Psokas forest station to breathe in the fresh pine-scented mountain air. Follow the circular Chorteri Trail right to the top of the fire look-out at 1350m or head downhill from Stavros along part of the E4 long-distance path, an idyllic walk that is equally enjoyable on a good quality mountain bike.
Get Out: Hire a car in advance for the best prices and head west for Latchi harbour to enjoy a scenic boat trip along the Akamas followed by a traditional fish meze at one of the pretty harbour-side tavernas.
Families will love the Paphos Waterpark (Follow the Frog signs) and the Bird Park. Adventure seekers should try a jeep safari to explore the Akamas or Troodos mountains or try their hand at sea kayaking or coasteering with Zephyros Mountain Sports near the Sea Caves area. Hen and stag parties should plan a trip to the Karting circuit in Paphos where you can race against friends and family at speeds of up to 70mph.
Listen: Paphos locals are spoilt for choice with many high quality local bands like Frontline (rock blues), Bluejar, a fantastic violin/guitar duo and solo artists like Andrew Oliver singing popular songs, both modern and classic. The newly built Tala amphitheatre overlooks Paphos and offers a wide variety of concerts and plays during the summer months, great value entertainment at less than €10 a head. Many tavernas also offer music on set evenings like Archontariki with live Greek music and dancing on a Friday night.
Avoid: Bar Street at night in high summer if you’re over 25 and looking for a peaceful holiday! And remember to wear sunscreen no matter what time of year it is; the sun can burn just as much in winter as it does in summer.