Paphos, Cyprus

Paradise Found... For many years the Paphos region of western Cyprus has been the choice location for inward investment by people searching for their holiday home or a permanent place in the sun. The continuing attraction of Paphos town, its suburbs and the villages of the rural hinterland are clear testimony to an enduring appeal of this part of Cyprus to those seeking fresh horizons.

Paphos Photo Gallery

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First impressions can be deceptive - especially if the prior perception of Paphos is simply that of a popular tourist resort. Perhaps so, but this is actually a 'plus' point. If people have consistently chosen to visit or buy property in Paphos town and the wider region, do they know something that others don't? Is it the micro-climate and prospect of guaranteed sunshine for around 340 days a year - and a healthier lifestyle? Is it the more laid back way of living that frees up time to pursue your real interests - a leisurely round of golf at Aphrodite Hills perhaps? Is it the pure joy of being able to marvel at the stunning sunsets across the Mediterranean seascape each day? Maybe it's the freedom to switch to a lower gear and engage with the rugged beauty of the Troodos foothills and traditional village life where the only real demand is to be you? Whatever the question, the answer is the same.

Not 'if' - but 'when'... You are spoiled for choice when deciding what to buy, and where. Paphos offers the visiting owner, their guests and permanent resident alike a good choice of shops, banks and supermarkets alongside familiar retailers such as Debenhams, NEXT and Marks & Spencer. In the old town local villagers sell fresh fruit & vegetables and 'traditional' souvenirs and lace products in a covered market. The town naturally gravitates towards the coastal promenade and harbour area known as Kato Paphos which extends along the seafront from the harbour. This is a lively and popular focal point for 'meeting and eating' where the archaeological and military heritage of Paphos rubs shoulders with a diverse selection of modern day restaurants, coffee shops, bars and souvenir shops. The bustling nightlife scene is concentrated in the hotel district of Kato Paphos.

Paphos International Airport, located approximately 12 kilometres east of the town, has connections to major UK and Northern European destinations, making the Paphos region truly a place for all seasons.

Paphos Location Map