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50 Best Things to See & Do in Paphos, Cyprus

Welcome, fellow adventurers, to the captivating city of Paphos, nestled along the sun-kissed shores of Cyprus.

As a resident and avid traveler, I’m thrilled to guide you on this epic journey through my beloved city’s 50 best things to see and do.

Paphos isn’t just a destination – it’s a tapestry of history, culture, and natural beauty woven together to create an unforgettable travel experience. 

From ancient ruins and pristine beaches to vibrant nightlife and mouthwatering cuisine, Paphos offers something for every type of explorer.

In this comprehensive guide, we’ll delve into the heart and soul of Paphos, uncovering hidden gems, must-see attractions, and insider tips to help you make the most of your time in this enchanting destination. 

Whether you’re a history buff eager to explore ancient ruins or a thrill-seeker seeking adrenaline-fueled adventures, Paphos has it all – and then some.

So buckle up, dear reader, as we embark on a journey of discovery through the 50 best things to see and do in Paphos, Cyprus. 

From the iconic landmarks to the off-the-beaten-path treasures, get ready to experience the magic of Paphos like never before.

Let’s dive in and unlock the treasures of this coastal gem together!

Best Things to See & Do in Paphos

Marvel at History: Kato Pafos Archaeological Park & Mosaics

Step back in time and wander through the ancient ruins of Kato Pafos Archaeological Park.

Don’t miss the breathtaking Paphos Mosaics, where intricate designs tell stories of myth and legend.

Pro Tip: Visit early in the morning to beat the crowds and catch the soft morning light illuminating these remarkable artworks.

Another popular activity is to book a segway tour of the area.

The Paphos Mosaics

Akamas Peninsula: Where Nature Unfolds

Embark on a day tour to the untamed wilderness of the Akamas Peninsula.

This nature reserve is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, from hidden beaches to rugged trails.

The best way to see the highlights of the Akamas is by booking a Jeep day tour that gets to most of the places in The Akamas, including unreachable places such as Adonis Bath Waterfalls and Lara Bay.

Pro Tip: Pack plenty of water and sunscreen, and remember your camera to capture the stunning vistas.

Day Tour in Akamas, Adonis Waterfalls & Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon Plunge: Dive into Paradise

Dive into crystal-clear waters and swim in the enchanting Blue Lagoon.

Nestled along the rugged coastline, this secluded cove is a haven for snorkelers and beach lovers.

You can only get there by boat from Latchi Harbour, and it’s usually best to book a day tour from Paphos that also includes The Baths of Aphrodite and Sea Caves.

I recommend checking my tours and cruises to the Blue Lagoon and booking them in advance with a small deposit (and you pay the balance on the tour).

We offer day tours that include the Blue Lagoon:

Jeep Safari to Akamas & Blue Lagoon (55 euros for an adult, 40 euros for a child)

Mini Bus to Akamas with Adonis Baths Waterfalls & Blue Lagoon (65 euros for an adult, 45 euros for a child)

Jeep to Akamas with a Boat to the Blue Lagoon (65 euros for an adult, 45 euros for a child)

Blue Lagoon (Akamas) Day Trip by Bus & Boat (38 euros for an adult, 25 euros for a child)

And cruises:

Cruise to Blue Lagoon from Latchi Harbour (20 euros for an adult, 10 euros for a child)

Shuttle Bus to Latchi Harbour & Boat to Blue Lagoon (35 euros for an adult, 25 euros for a child)

Blue Lagoon Sunset Сruise with BBQ Dinner (50 euros for an adult, 30 euros for a child)

Pro Tip: Pack a snorkel and mask to explore the vibrant marine life that thrives beneath the surface.

But if you book the cruise through me – you will get a snorkel and mask for free!

2 Akamas Peninsula Where Nature Unfolds

Find Your Dream Paphos Stay

Choosing suitable accommodation can make or break your trip.

From luxury resorts to cozy boutique hotels, Paphos offers a range of options to suit every budget and preference.

Pro Tip: You don’t need to research online because I wrote you many guides about the best hotels in Paphos.

So you can find right here all the best deals and availability, information, and reviews.

See where Aphrodite was born

Legend has it that the goddess Aphrodite was born from the sea foam near Petra tou Romiou, also known as Aphrodite’s Rock.

Visit this iconic landmark and marvel at the stunning natural beauty that inspired ancient mythology.

You can reach there by bus 631 or book a day to Trodos Mouantians from Paphos that stops there on the way to the villages.

Pro Tip: Visit at sunrise or sunset for a truly magical experience as the colors of the sky reflect off the shimmering waters.

And don’t miss the Petra tou Romiou Viewpoint for the perfect picture!

Book a Day tour from Paphos to the Troodos Mountains

Escape the coastal heat and venture into the cool embrace of the Troodos Mountains.

Home to charming villages, scenic trails, and cascading waterfalls, it’s a nature lover’s paradise.

You can visit the mountains in the summer and the winter and always get a different vibe and view.

Pro Tip: Book the tour from Paphos in advance and bring sturdy hiking shoes!

Book a Day tour to Troodos Mountains

Order a Meze meal at the Tavern

Indulge in a culinary feast with a traditional Cypriot meze experience.

In almost every Tavern, you can order a meze meal – this is a delicious meal, usually between 15 and 20 small dishes flowing to the table without a break during the entire meal (average of about 22 euros per person).

From savory dips to grilled meats and fresh seafood, meze is a delightful way to sample the flavors of Cyprus.

Pro Tip: Check my Best Greek & Cypriot Restaurants and Taverns in Paphos.

Taste of Tradition Meze Magic at the Tavern

Off-Road Thrills: Jeep Safari Adventures

Embark on an off-road adventure with a thrilling Jeep safari through the rugged terrain of Paphos.

Traverse dusty trails, splash through rivers, and discover hidden gems off the beaten path.

Pro Tip: Bring a sense of adventure and be prepared for bumpy rides and dusty roads.

Grand Tour Full Day Jeep Safari from Paphos

Cruise into Bliss: Wave Dancer Fireworks & Dinner

Experience the magic of the Mediterranean with a sunset cruise aboard the Wave Dancer.

Enjoy a delicious dinner, live entertainment, and a spectacular fireworks display lighting the night sky.

Pro Tip: Book early to secure your spot on this popular excursion.

Wave Dancer Fireworks, Dinner & Show Cruise

Shop at King Avenue Mall

Treat yourself to a shopping spree at King Avenue Mall, Paphos’ premier retail destination.

From designer boutiques to local artisans, you’ll find everything from fashion and accessories to souvenirs and gifts.

Pro Tip: Don’t forget to check Jumbo, which offers many things at very cheap prices.

Just notice that when you enter, you can’t leave until you reach the exit at the end of the store!

jumbo at King Avenue Mall
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People Watch at Paphos Harbor

Grab a seat at one of the waterfront cafes and indulge in prime people-watching at Paphos Harbor.

Watch fishermen haul in their catch of the day, observe tourists exploring the marina, and soak up the lively atmosphere.

Pro Tip: Order a traditional Greek coffee or frappe to enjoy as you take in the sights.

People Watch at Paphos Harbor

Make a Splash at Paphos Aphrodite Waterpark

Cool off from the Mediterranean sun with a visit to Paphos Aphrodite Waterpark.

It’s fun for the whole family, with thrilling slides, lazy rivers, and plenty of splash zones.

Pro Tip: Arrive early to make the most of your day and avoid long lines at popular attractions.

And don’t forget to book the tickets online for a better price!

Make a Splash at Paphos Aphrodite Waterpark

Visit the Royal Resting Grounds at the Tombs of the Kings

Uncover the mysteries of the past at the Tombs of the Kings, a UNESCO World Heritage Site dating back to the 4th century BC.

Explore underground chambers and marvel at the elaborate tomb facades carved into the rock.

Pro Tip: Wear comfortable shoes as you navigate the ancient pathways and staircases.

Wild Wonders: Pafos Zoo Encounters

Get up close and personal with exotic wildlife at the Pafos Zoo.

From majestic big cats to colorful birds and playful primates, it’s a fun-filled day out for animal lovers of all ages.

I’m not crazy about zoos in general, to be honest, but many families with kids in Paphos like this attraction.

Pro Tip: Check the schedule for feeding times and animal encounters for an extra memorable experience.

Pafos Zoo

Hike at Avakas Gorge Nature Trail

Embark on a scenic hike through the breathtaking Avakas Gorge Nature Trail.

Towering cliffs, lush vegetation, and trickling streams create a picturesque backdrop for outdoor exploration.

By the way, Paphos is heaven for hike lovers, and there are many more hiking trails like Aphrodite, Adonis, Smigies, or Pissouromoutii.

Pro Tip: Wear sturdy hiking shoes with good grip and bring plenty of water to stay hydrated on the trail.

Avakas Gorge Nature Trail

Enjoy the Paphos Castle Panoramas

Climb to the top of Paphos Castle for panoramic views of the surrounding coastline.

Built in the 13th century, this iconic landmark offers a glimpse into the city’s rich history and heritage.

Pro Tip: Visit at sunset for a truly magical experience as the sky is painted in shades of gold and pink.

Sometimes, the Castle hosts festivals and events, so be sure to check what is going on there while you are there!

Shipwreck Selfie: Strike a Pose with Edro III

Capture a piece of maritime history with a selfie at The Edro III Shipwreck.

Perched on the rocky shoreline, this rusting hulk creates a dramatic backdrop against the azure sea.

Pro Tip: You can reach it by booking the day tour to Akamas and the Blue Lagoon that stops at the shipwreck and the Sea Caves located next to it.

Get lost at Paphos Old Town

Wander the winding streets of Paphos’ old town and discover hidden gems around every corner.

From quaint cafes to artisan shops and historic landmarks, there’s something to surprise and delight at every turn.

Don’t miss the small market there and the pinkest spot in the city, Stephanie Rose Cafe, which became a popular Instagram spot in Paphos

Pro Tip: Embrace spontaneity and allow yourself to get lost – you never know what treasures you might find.

And to be honest? You can’t get lost. It’s very tiny!

I recommend you to visit during the day and the night. Don’t miss Kennedy Square and the bars around it to enjoy the nightlife of the old city!

Instagram Spots in Paphos

Book a day trip to other cities in Cyprus

Venture beyond Paphos and explore Cyprus’s diverse landscapes and cultural heritage with a day trip to other cities and towns.

From the historic streets of Limassol to the bustling markets of the capital city, Nicosia, there’s so much to discover just a short drive away.

Another popular day tour is to the ghost towns of Choirokitia & Famagusta, which tell the story of Turkey’s occupation of Northern Cyprus.

Pro Tip: Book a guided tour for hassle-free transportation and expert insights into each destination.

Nicosia Sightseeing Tour from Paphos

Work on your tan on one of Paphos’ Beaches

Sink your toes into golden sands and soak up the Mediterranean sunshine on one of Paphos’ beautiful beaches.

Whether you prefer secluded coves or bustling shores, a stretch of coastline suits every beachgoer.

Pro Tip: Pack a beach umbrella and plenty of sunscreen to stay protected from the sun’s rays.

Work on your tan on one of Paphos' beaches
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Watch the turtles at Lara Bay

Support conservation efforts and witness the beauty of nature at Lara Bay Turtle Conservation Station.

Learn about the endangered loggerhead and green turtles that nest along the sandy shores of Lara Bay.

Pro Tip: Visit during nesting season (May to August) for the best chance of spotting turtles laying their eggs.

You can also book a turtle-watching snorkeling tour for 4, 6, or 9 hours for a once-in-a-lifetime experience – don’t miss it!

Lara Bay Turtle Conservation Station

Act like Tarzan at Adonis Baths Waterfalls

Escape the heat and cool off in the natural pools of Adonis Baths Waterfalls.

It’s a tranquil oasis in the heart of the Cypriot countryside, surrounded by lush vegetation and cascading waterfalls.

There’s a big tree there that you can climb and take a picture like you are Tarzan or Mowgli, with the waterfall behind you.

I recommend booking a Safari Jeep that includes visiting the Adonis Baths because it is not impossible to reach it by an ordinary private car.

Pro Tip: Bring sturdy water shoes for navigating slippery rocks, and be prepared for a refreshing dip in the calm waters.

Adonis Baths Waterfalls

Book a Day or a Night Cruise

Set sail on the sparkling waters of the Mediterranean with a day or night cruise from Paphos.

A cruise suits every taste, whether you prefer a leisurely sail along the coast or a lively party under the stars.

Pro Tip: Pack a light jacket for cooler evenings, and don’t forget your camera to capture the memories.

Book a day or a night cruise

Forest Escapes: Paphos’ Woodland Wonderland

Immerse yourself in nature with a visit to the sprawling Paphos Forest.

Hike scenic trails, spot wildlife, and picnic beneath the shade of towering pine trees.

Pro Tip: Keep an eye out for rare bird species, and don’t forget to pack binoculars for birdwatching opportunities.

Paphos Forest with E-mountain Bikes Tour

Taste the Wine

Savor the flavors of Cyprus with a wine-tasting tour of Paphos’ renowned vineyards.

The region boasts diverse varietals, from crisp whites to robust reds and sweet dessert wines to suit every palate.

Or you can try wine tasting from Paphos to Trodos Mountains during your day trip.

Pro Tip: Pair your wine-tasting experience with local cheeses, olives, and traditional meze for an authentic taste of Cyprus.

Eat Halloumi

No trip to Cyprus is complete without indulging in the local delicacy – Halloumi cheese.

Sample this savory treat grilled to perfection or served alongside fresh fruits and vegetables for an authentic taste of Cypriot cuisine.

And if you want to know how to make it, book a Cheese-Making Class tour in the Trodos Mountains.

Pro Tip: Pair with a glass of local wine for the perfect flavor combination.

For more great Cypriot food, check out my guide about The Best Cypriot Dishes in Paphos.


Watch the Lokum’s production at Geroskipou

Geroskipou, also known as Yeroskipou, is a must-visit village in Paphos. It offers a blend of history, culture, and relaxation.

Explore the remarkable five-domed Byzantine church of Agia Paraskevi and delve into the town’s fascinating Local Ethnographic Museum of Geroskipou.

Known for producing “Lokum” (Turkish delight), Geroskipou is the only place in the world with a protected geographical indication (PGI) for this sweet treat.

Legend has it that Geroskipou was the site of goddess Aphrodite’s sacred gardens, adding a touch of myth and mystique to its allure.

Don’t miss the opportunity to soak up the sun on beautiful beaches like Rikkos Beach or indulge in local delicacies at the charming taverns and restaurants!

Pro tip: Remember to take home some authentic Cypriot “Lokum” from Aphrodite Delights as a sweet souvenir!

Geroskipou (Yeroskipou)

Try the seafood

With its coastal location, Paphos boasts some of the freshest seafood in Cyprus.

From grilled fish to seafood meze platters, indulge in a culinary journey of flavors from the Mediterranean Sea.

Pro Tip: Head to a seaside tavern for the day’s freshest catch and stunning ocean views.


Dine in a Restaurant with a View

Elevate your dining experience with a reservation at a restaurant boasting panoramic views of Paphos’ coastline.

Whether you prefer a romantic sunset dinner or a lively meal overlooking the harbor, dining with a view will leave a lasting impression.

Pro Tip: Book in advance, especially during peak tourist seasons, to secure the best tables.

Dine in a restaurant with a view

Enjoy Paphos nightlife while drinking Zivania

Experience the vibrant nightlife scene of Paphos and dance the night away at lively bars and clubs.

Don’t forget to sample Zivania, Cyprus’ traditional grape-based spirit, for a taste of local culture.

For more Cypriot drinks, check out my guide about the best Cypriot drinks in Paphos and my guide for the best bars and pubs in Paphos.

Pro Tip: Pace yourself and stay hydrated – Zivania is known for its potent kick!

Visit Agios Neophytos Monastery

Step back in time and explore the serene surroundings of Agios Neophytos Monastery.

Perched on a rocky hillside overlooking Paphos, this historic monastery offers a glimpse into the island’s religious heritage.

Pro Tip: Marvel at the intricately carved frescoes inside the monastery’s cave chapel, dating back to the 12th century.

Agios Neophytos Monastery


Dive into the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean and discover a vibrant underwater world teeming with marine life and sea turtles.

Snorkeling spots abound along Paphos’ coastline, offering endless opportunities for exploration and adventure!

Pro Tip: Bring your snorkeling gear or rent equipment from local dive shops for an unforgettable aquatic experience.

Half-Day BBQ Cruise with Open Bar & Snorkeling


Explore the depths of the Mediterranean Sea with a diving excursion to the White Star Shipwreck.

Located off the coast of Paphos, this sunken vessel provides a fascinating glimpse into maritime history and is home to abundant marine species.

Pro Tip: Book a guided dive tour for safe and memorable underwater exploration.

Scuba Diving Half-Day Tour in Paphos

Take a Beach Break at Coral Bay

Unwind on the soft sands of Coral Bay, one of Paphos’ most popular beaches.

Its calm turquoise waters and picturesque surroundings make it the perfect spot for sunbathing, swimming, and soaking up the Mediterranean sunshine.

Pro Tip: Arrive early to secure a prime spot on the beach and avoid the midday crowds.

Coral Bay

Chase the Horizon: Sunset Spectacles Await

There’s something magical about watching the sun dip below the horizon, casting hues of orange and pink across the sky.

Head to a waterfront spot or cliffside vantage point for an unforgettable sunset experience.

As a local, my favorite place to watch the sunset is from the harbor, Kato Pafos Archaeological Park, and beaches like Vrisoudia ΙΙ Beach.

Pro Tip: Pack a picnic and toast to the day’s end with a glass of local wine.

Sunset Spectacles Await

Visit Agios Georgios Beach & Harbour

Escape the crowds and discover the tranquil beauty of Agios Georgios Beach and Harbour.

Surrounded by rugged cliffs and crystal-clear waters, it’s a peaceful oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Pro Tip: Pack a picnic and spend the day soaking up the sun and serenity of this hidden gem.

Agios Georgios Beach

Go back in time in Saint Paul’s Pillar

Step back in time and explore the ruins of Saint Paul’s Pillar, a historic site dating back to the early Christian period.

Legend has it that the apostle Paul was flogged at this pillar for preaching Christianity in Paphos.

Pro Tip: Join a guided tour for insights into the site’s history and significance.

Saint Paul's Pillar

Treat yourself with a Spa

Indulge in some well-deserved pampering with a visit to one of Paphos’ luxurious spas.

From rejuvenating massages to invigorating facials and relaxing thermal baths, it’s the perfect way to unwind and recharge during your vacation.

Pro Tip: Treat yourself to a traditional hammam experience for the ultimate relaxation.

Treat yourself with a Spa

Bakery Bonanza: Zorbas Bakery Delights

Start your day with a visit to Zorbas Bakery for freshly baked pastries, bread, and savory snacks.

From flaky spanakopita to sweet baklava, this beloved local bakery has something to satisfy every craving.

Pro Tip: Arrive early for the best selection and enjoy your treats with a cup of aromatic Greek coffee.

Zorbas Bakery

Feed the cats at Tala Monastery Cat Park

Pay a visit to Tala Monastery Cat Park and meet the friendly feline residents who call this charming sanctuary home.

Its picturesque gardens and playful inhabitants make it a perfect spot for animal lovers of all ages.

Admission is free, but donations are welcome.

Pro Tip: Bring some cat treats or kibble to make new furry friends.

Tala Monastery Cat Park

Tie a ribbon in the Handkerchief Tree

Experience romance and tradition by tying a ribbon in the Handkerchief Tree at Agia Solomoni Catacomb.

Legend has it that people who tie a ribbon on the tree will have their wishes granted by Saint Solomoni.

Pro Tip: Bring along a ribbon or cloth to leave as a token of your visit and make a wish with your loved one.

What is the wishing tree in Cyprus

Join a Mosaic Workshop

Unleash your creative side with a mosaic workshop in Paphos.

Learn the ancient art of mosaic-making from skilled artisans and create your unique masterpiece to take home as a souvenir.

Pro Tip: Wear comfortable clothing you don’t mind getting messy, and let your imagination run wild with colors and designs.

mosaic workshop

Culture Quest: Paphos Ethnographic Museum

Delve into the cultural heritage of Cyprus at the Paphos Ethnographic Museum.

Explore traditional crafts, artifacts, and exhibits showcasing the island’s rich history and customs.

For more museums, check out my best Museums in Paphos.

Pro Tip: Join a guided tour for insights into the museum’s collection and stories behind the exhibits.

Paphos Ethnographic Museum

Play Golf like a Boss

Tee off against the backdrop of stunning Mediterranean vistas with a round of golf at Aphrodite Hills.

This award-winning golf resort offers a challenging yet picturesque layout designed to test players of all skill levels.

Pro Tip: If you want to take it further, book a golf hotel in Paphos that offers courses.

Aphrodite Hills

Hop on the Pafos Sightseeing Tour

Discover the highlights of Paphos with a hop-on-hop-off sightseeing tour of the city.

From ancient landmarks to modern attractions, it’s a convenient and fun way to explore at your own pace.

Pro Tip: Start early in the day to make the most of your ticket and maximize your sightseeing opportunities.

Pafos Sightseeing Tour: Hop On Hop Off Paphos Bus

Become younger at the Baths of Aphrodite

According to mythology, bathing in the Baths of Aphrodite has rejuvenating powers.

Embrace the legend and dip in the tranquil pool surrounded by lush greenery for a refreshing and revitalizing experience.

You can visit there by booking the popular day tour to Akamas.

Pro Tip: Pack a picnic and enjoy lunch amidst the scenic beauty of this mythical site.

Become younger at the Baths of Aphrodite

Village and Mountain Buggy Safari

Embark on an adrenaline-fueled adventure with a village and mountain buggy safari through the rugged terrain of Cyprus.

Navigate rocky trails, splash through streams, and explore hidden villages off the beaten path.

Pro Tip: Strap on your helmet and buckle up for an exhilarating ride through the island’s scenic countryside.

Village and Mountain Buggy Safari from Paphos

Jet Ski along the Cypriot Coast

Feel the wind in your hair and the thrill of speed as you jet ski along the pristine coastline of Cyprus.

Whether you’re a novice or an experienced rider, there’s nothing quite like the rush of adrenaline that comes from skimming across the waves.

Pro Tip: Rent a jet ski from a reputable provider and always follow safety guidelines for a safe and enjoyable experience.

Jet Ski along the Cypriot Coast

Electric Excursions: Scooter or Segway Fun

Explore Paphos easily by renting an electric scooter or joining a guided Segway tour.

Zip around historic landmarks, scenic waterfronts, and bustling streets while soaking up the sights and sounds of this vibrant destination.

Pro Tip: Wear comfortable shoes and follow traffic laws and safety guidelines while navigating the city streets.

Paphos Electric Scooter Small Group Tour

Buy a Souvenir from your Cyprus trip

Commemorate your trip to Paphos with a souvenir to remember your adventures.

Whether locally-made handicrafts, Olive Oil, Aphrodite statues, pottery, earthenware, or oil and cream from Carob, olives, there’s a treasure trove of unique gifts and souvenirs.

Pro Tip: Support local artisans and shop from independent boutiques and markets for authentic and one-of-a-kind souvenirs.

souvenir paphos

In conclusion

As our journey through the 50 best things to see and do in Paphos, Cyprus, comes close, it’s time to reflect on the unforgettable experiences, rich history, and boundless beauty that define this remarkable city.

From the ancient wonders of Kato Pafos Archaeological Park to the tranquil shores of Coral Bay, we’ve explored every corner of Paphos, uncovering hidden gems and creating lasting memories.

Whether you’ve marveled at the intricate mosaics, indulged in traditional meze, or embarked on thrilling adventures in the Troodos Mountains, each experience has added another layer to the tapestry of our journey.

But Paphos isn’t just a destination – a feeling, a spirit, a way of life. It’s the sun’s warmth on your skin, the laughter of locals echoing through narrow streets, and the sense of wonder as you uncover centuries-old secrets hidden beneath the surface.

It’s a place where past and present collide, myths come to life, and every corner holds a story waiting to be told.

As you bid farewell to Paphos, carry with you the memories of sunsets over the Mediterranean, the taste of Halloumi cheese on your lips, and the warmth of Cypriot hospitality in your heart.

Whether you return someday or cherish these moments from afar, know that Paphos will always welcome you with open arms and endless possibilities.

So until we meet again, dear traveler, may your adventures continue, and may the spirit of Paphos guide you on your journey wherever it may lead.

From all of us here in this coastal paradise, farewell and safe travels.

Until next time, Γειά σου! (Geia Sou!) Goodbye!

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Yiasoo! My name is Matan, and I live in Paphos. I love my city, and I want to share all of its secrets with you! On my website, I will give you all the information you need about Paphos—where to eat, where to stay, and what to see and do. So just lay back, read my guides, and enjoy my city!

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