Family-friendly attractions you should visit in Paphos.

  1. Kato Paphos Harbour

Kato Paphos Harbour

 The small harbour at Kato Paphos with the castle is considered the heart of Paphos. Everybody is coming here for a stroll, to relax, to look around, to socialize, to have a coffee or beer or to eat or dine virtually on the sea. From early in the morning until late in the night the area is full of locals and visitors. A stroll on the waterfront is a must. The whole area is very beautiful and there are many shops to look around and make your shoppings. Take a break at the port for a refreshment just next to the sea, watching the boats coming and going. After that, walking towards the Paphos castle, watch out on your right hand side, there is a small excibition hall, where many local artists (this includes many mainly English, but also German and other European nationalities artists that live in Paphos) exhibit their art.

 

  1. Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon area is partially inaccessible, so access is possible with either four-wheel car or even organized cruises starting from Latchi Harbour, Polis Chrysochous. It is a beach with golden sand and crystal clear waters where any visitor can enjoy swimming and the beautiful sun of our Cyprus. It is an area of unique natural beauty. The diversity of flora and fauna that exists in this relatively small area is truly impressive. Surely the name of Blue Lagoon is not a coincidence, since it represents the best blue lagoon. It’s a paradise!

  1. Tombs of the Kings
Tombs of kings
Tombs of kings

Tombs of the Kings is an ancient necropolis containing numerous large tombs dating from the 4th century BCE to the 3rd century AD. The name is something of a misnomer as no kings are thought to have been buried here. The name, rather, refers to the magnificence of the tombs, which were the burial places of wealthy senior government officials and aristocrats. Many of the tombs are very elaborate with decorated walls and columns carved out of the solid rock. The site is fascinating and very important historically, dubbed a UNESCO World heritage site. It is only €2.50 to enter the site. Real bargain. If it is a sunny day make sure you take water.

Don’t forget to book your Paphos car rental with us to explore all the above and more sights by car, at affordable prices and superior service!!

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