Paphos is the capital of Cyprus' western region. It consists of two distinct areas: The towns are of
'Kito or Ktima Paphos' which is slightly inland and the coastal resort area 'Kato Paphos'.
Tombs of the Kings
Situated in Kato Paphos along Tomb of the Kings Road.
Opening hours are: Monday - Sunday 07.30 - 17.00
These impressive underground tombs date back to the 4th century B.C.
They are carved out from solid rock, some decorated with Doric pillars.
The magnificence of the tombs gives the locality its name. Originally a
Christian catacomb retaining 12th century frescoes. There is a sacred tree
nearby which is believed to cure the sick.
Coral Bay is a delightful resort situated about 12kms west from Pahpos. The
main road is lined with a selection of shops, restaurants banks and bars,
giving you everything you want for a fun relaxed day out. The sandy beach
and shallow waters make it ideal for children. Also offers a wide range of
water sports for the more adventurous, including a PADI dive centre, in fact
perfect for all the family.
Latchi (Latsi or Lakki) is 36k from Paphos on the North West
corner of Cyprus. A lovely little fishing village, where the best
fish taverns can be found. Wide range of water sports are
available here including; Diving, motorboat hire, fishing trips
and boat excursions to the Akamas peninsular.
Nearby is Polis, a market town for this area which still remains remarkably unspoilt.
The famous baths of Aphrodite are close to Latchi.
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Famous for it's fishing harbour and offering many open-air café,
restaurants and shops situated along a pedestrianised seaside
promenade. Among it's attractions are it's ancient mosaic floors,
beautiful old harbour & Fort, along with modern hotels and restaurants.
Many boat excursions are available from the harbour waterfront; other
sights include an archaeological museum, the Byzantine castle of
Paphos, Tombs of the Kings, St. Paul's Pillar, Sea Caves and the Temple
of Aphrodite. Paphos was named a UNESCO World Heritage Town in
Latsi & Polis