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Adonis Baths Waterfalls

Listen up, adventure seekers – we’ve got a hidden oasis that will make your summer dreams come true: Adonis Baths Waterfalls. 

We’re talking about the baths where Adonis tragically died in Aphrodite’s arms.

And let’s be honest: If that’s not the ultimate romantic spot, we don’t know what is.

Trendy Among Tourists

But wait, there’s more. Today, this place is trendy among tourists. And not just because of the tragic love story. 

Swimming in the natural pools gives you manhood and eternal youth. 

So, if you’re feeling a little low on testosterone or want to look young forever, this is the spot for you.

Fertility and Romance

And get this – touching the statue of Aphrodite and Adonis on the beach is said to give you fertility. 

So, if you want to start a family or increase your chances of having a baby, give that statue a good rub.

A Worthwhile Journey

This little slice of paradise is tucked away near Kili Village in Paphos, and let us tell you – it’s worth the journey. 

If you’re brave, you can ride a quad bike there by following the Tala Village or Coral Bay signs. 

But if you’re not quite ready to navigate the wilds of Cyprus solo, a guided tour can help you find your way.

Refreshing Gem

Once you arrive, prepare to be blown away by the sight of chilly waters cascading into the pool. 

It’s like something out of a postcard. And trust us – on a hot summer day, this refreshing gem will be just what the doctor ordered.

Practical Information

But before you dive in, make sure you have some cash on hand – admission is ticketed and advertised as cash only. 

And if you’re feeling peckish, don’t worry – a small cafe on site serves delicious food and drinks.

Book a tour to Adonis is recommended!

Booking a tour of the Adonis Baths is highly recommended, as the location can be challenging to access by regular car.

The tour provides a convenient and hassle-free way to reach this hidden oasis near Kili Village in Paphos.

The tour typically includes the 10 euros entrance price, making it a cost-effective option for visitors.

By joining a guided tour to Adonis Baths from Paphos, you can sit back in the car, relax, and enjoy the journey through the scenic landscapes of Cyprus, knowing that your transportation and entrance fees are taken care of.

Experience the Magic

So what are you waiting for? Come experience the magic of Adonis Baths for yourself. 

Just don’t forget to bring your swimsuit (and maybe a towel or two).

New: Book a tour/transfer online with a small deposit!

Book your tour that includes Adonis Baths or a transfer to this magical place today.

A small deposit will secure your spot; pay the balance when you arrive.

Don’t miss out on this unforgettable adventure!

Adonis Baths Waterfalls
Adonis Baths
LocationKili Village, Paphos, Cyprus
LegendAccording to Greek mythology, Adonis, the God of Beauty, tended his horses here and hunted in the Akamas forest. He and Aphrodite had many children here, and the people of Paphos are said to be their descendants.
Tragic StoryAdonis met his end while hunting, fatally wounded by a wild boar. He died in the arms of Aphrodite, who begged Zeus to allow Adonis to return to Earth for six months each year, a tradition still believed.
Jealousy and DramaArtemis, jealous of Adonis and Aphrodite’s love, tried to end Adonis’ life by throwing a golden almond into the baths to attract his attention. She also asked Mars to push a mountain onto Adonis, but Poseidon intervened, saving Adonis both times.
Modern AttractionToday, Adonis Baths is a popular tourist spot, known for its natural beauty and tranquil pools. Visitors can swim in the pools, which are said to offer manhood and eternal youth.
AccessAdonis Baths can be challenging to access by regular car, but guided tours are available that include the 10 euros entrance price, making it a convenient and cost-effective option.

There are a few ways to reach this little slice of heaven by car, but we’ll be honest – some are better than others. If you’re coming from Coral Bay, buckle up – it will be a bumpy ride.

But if you’re coming from Paphos, you’re in luck. The road is smooth sailing (or smooth driving, we should say) and suitable for any vehicle… as long as you’re coming from the right direction.

Once you arrive, prepare to be blown away by the sights. There’s a museum (don’t expect much… it’s a very small one) and two pools – lower and upper.

And if you’re feeling adventurous, head down to the lower pool and check out the tree with ropes. We won’t judge you if you feel like being a bit of a monkey and doing some rope-jumping like Tarzan.

Now, fair warning – the road to Adonis Baths is a bit of a trek. You’ll need to navigate a long dirt road unsuitable for a regular car.

But trust us – the view at the end is worth every bump and jostle.

Another easy and fun option is booking a full-day tour with the Adonis Baths and Waterfall.

Adonis Falls, also known as Adonis Baths, is a beautiful natural pool that’s perfect for taking a refreshing dip on a hot day.

So yes, you can swim in Adonis Falls!

The water is chilly but crystal clear and makes for a great way to cool off after a hike or a bumpy drive on the dirt road.

Respect the site and follow any posted rules or regulations to ensure this natural wonder stays pristine for future visitors.

Nestled in the quaint village of Kili, Adonis Baths is a hotspot in Paphos, Cyprus, offering a serene atmosphere and a history as colorful as a Greek myth.

According to local lore, this was Adonis’s hangout, where he’d chill with his horses and go hunting in the Akamas forest.

It was also apparently a favorite love nest for him and Aphrodite, the goddess of love, who supposedly had many kids here—making the people of Paphos their proud descendants.

But, as with any juicy myth, jealousy crept in, with Artemis, the Goddess of Hunting, trying to end Adonis’s divine days.

She first tried to get his attention with a golden almond, but Poseidon, the Sea God, played lifeguard and diverted the almond with a torrent.

Artemis then teamed up with Mars, the God of War, to try to squash Adonis with a mountain.

Talk about overkill! Luckily, Poseidon was again rescued, stopping the rocks and saving Adonis.

But fate had other plans, and while out hunting, Adonis met his end at the tusks of a wild boar, dying dramatically in Aphrodite’s arms.

Heartbroken, Aphrodite convinced Zeus to let Adonis return to Earth for half the year, a tradition still believed to this day. 

Adding to the mystique, Adonis Baths is tied to the legendary Digenis Akritas, who, as the story goes, straddled the River Mavrokolymbos and sipped from the baths, leaving behind a spot now known as “Digenis feet.”



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