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Another Coastal Village
It is an out of the way, but worth to go to. The Adonis Bath in Paphos. A beautiful, charming waterfall. You can take picnic, make day. Just hire the car or find a out of city taxi service.
Posted on 25/1/2012 by Torah Olander
Re. Never Bored
Don't forget all of the trails just outside of the city. You can get the bus or rent a car to the places that you want to go easily enough though I wasn't particularly keen on driving.
Posted on 25/10/2011 by Eddie P
Plenty of sights like Aphrodite's Rock, The House of Dionysos, Paphos Fort etc. You can do most of the major ones in a day or two. If you want to spend a bit, there are also plenty of water sports like jet skiing. One thing that was pretty annoying were the young lads always looking to sell the timeshare deals. They're pretty non-stop and best to ignore altogether. I just put my headphones in and keep walking.
Posted on 20/10/2011 by Dan Kauffman
Re. Interesting Mix of Class and Cultures
The Paphos Castle is listed on the UNESCO world heritage site list - didn't know anything about that until we got there. Was really happy to discover such a gem.
Posted on 25/6/2011 by J Durant
Interesting Mix of Class and Cultures
Interesting place - brilliant history. Most favourite was the Paphos Castle, least favourite was the over built beaches belonging to only expensive resort villas.
Posted on 22/6/2011 by G. Oldman
The Heat Is On
Bring sunscreen and water! Paphos sometimes gets nasty heatwaves - my friend passed out by the pool one afternoon. She was fine in the end, but had to stay out of the sun for a day or so.
Posted on 26/12/2010 by Vic Denuet
Traditions Are Still Alive
You can't go anywhere in the city without seeing a game of backgammon or listening to traditional folk music. Lovely really - hotels are just alright unless you want to pay the high villa prices to be on the beach.
Posted on 06/2/2009 by Hillary Richards