Paphos Region Holidays 2019/2020

Cyprus' west coast is full of surprises from its Blue Flag awarded beaches to its wealth of history and beautiful green-coloured landscapes.

Paphos Region Holiday Deals 2019/2020

Atlantica Miramare Beach

Limassol, Paphos Region, Cyprus

(1488)

14 Nights

29th Dec 2019

Half Board

London Gatwick

Based On Twin Room with Inland View and Balcony


Price from £555pp£1009pp

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Crown Resorts Horizon

Coral Bay, Paphos Region, Cyprus

(541)

7 Nights

8th Dec 2019

All Inclusive

Manchester

Based On Twin Room with Balcony


Price from £318pp£461pp

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Princessa Vera Apartments

Paphos, Paphos Region, Cyprus

(388)

7 Nights

1st Jan 2020

Bed and Breakfast

Birmingham

Based On Studio with Balcony


Price from £265pp£467pp

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From lazy shorelines to action-packed sand spots

If your holidays are all about kicking back beside a beautiful ocean then you can’t go wrong with cheap holidays to Paphos. Whether you choose the shallow waters of Coral Bay, the private bay of Governor’s Beach in Limassol or the pebbles of Latchi Beach, a day by the sea is always a good idea.

Alternatively, for those beachgoers who can’t sit still for more than two minutes there’s also sand spots which offer some great adrenaline-pumping fun. Paramali Beach in Limassol is a must stop, known as the best kite-surfing spot on the island with its choppy waves, a trip here is sure to test your limits.

Best of all is the much-loved attraction, Aphrodite’s Rock and Beach in Paphos. According to ancient tradition, Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty, was born here when she rose from the waters surrounding the Aphrodite Rock. But this isn’t the only reason crowds flock here, the sunsets are amazing too!


Currency: Euro

Language: Greek

Time Difference: GMT +2

Religion: Greek Orthodox

Regions

Amathus Bay

Located slap bang in the centre of the southern Cypriot coast, Amathus Bay is a relaxed alternative to the livelier port towns of Larnaca and Limassol. Indeed, the latter is just a stone's throw away, meaning holidaymakers can enjoy the convenience of its proximity without being stuck amid all its hustle and bustle.

Argaka

A much-loved Eastern Mediterranean holiday island, Cyprus has plenty to offer visitors to its shores. The shores are home to some excellent beaches and charming, secluded villages. There are also centuries of history to explore, from the ancient sites and monuments found scattered throughout the countryside, to cities full of fascinating buildings. Argaka is a small village in the Paphos region of the country, sitting quietly on the west coast and surrounded by lush, fruit tree-laden landscapes. If you're looking for a beach getaway that really does get you away from it all, this is the place to go.

Chlorakas

Cyprus. Home of Aphrodite, halloumi cheese and some of the best holiday destinations the Med has to offer. Like Chlorakas, a little gem nestled into a valley on the shores of the Mediterranean sea, just half an hour from Paphos airport. Protected by the surrounding mountains, Chlorakas is a pleasant mix of rocky beaches, shimmering blue waters and more churches than you can shake a collection plate at.

Coral Bay

Steeped in history, Coral Bay is a rustic and charming seaside town in western Cyprus. About 20 minutes' drive for those enjoying package holidays to Paphos, Coral Bay's sweeping beaches, sumptuous sea and traditional cuisine make it the ideal rural retreat amid vineyards and vistas.

Latchi

Found in the northwest region of Cyprus, Latchi is a fishing village turned tourist resort specialising in tasty seafood and Cypriot hospitality, and is the site where ancient myths surrounding Adonis and Aphrodite have their home. Glorious scenery in a peaceful setting makes it a perfect hideaway.

Limassol

Located in the western Paphos region of Cyprus, Limassol combines modern holiday vibes with the classic trappings of an old world seaport. A visit here gives you the best in Cypriot food, culture and company.

Miliou

Want to enjoy the attractions that holidays to Cyprus offer, without staying in a busy resort? Then Miliou is the destination for you. It's a tiny village with just over 80 residents, and its small stone houses will make you instantly fall in love with it. It offers views over a glorious valley and, as it's a rural village, you can expect a slow pace and simple amenities. The best part is that, while you may feel far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life during Miliou holidays, you're only a 35-minute drive from the city of Paphos.

Paphos

A city of ancient myths and modern fun, Paphos holidays mix culture and Cypriot hospitality into an unforgettable trip. There's shopping, sunbathing and adventure to be found, so prepare that sunscreen and ready yourself for some of the best cuisine and culture in the Med.

Pissouri

A pretty little town of beautifully-secluded beaches and nature trails, Pissouri is halfway between Paphos and Limassol – brilliant for those who want to stay calm between those great Cypriot cities.

Polis

Calm and tranquillity envelops you when you arrive in Cyprus for a holiday to Polis. This picturesque village on the north-west coast is just under an hour away from Paphos Airport. Escape the hustle and bustle of daily life, and immerse yourself in the culture and beauty of the island. Holidays to Polis offer striking beaches at the foot of the rugged Troodos Mountains where you can hike along the trails and lose yourself in the forest. In the village, you'll find tavernas and restaurants serving the best of authentic Cypriot cuisine, and pretty boutiques lining the pedestrianised heart of the town.

Pomos

If you're considering spending your holidays in Cyprus, why not stay in charming Pomos? Cyprus' most secluded village is tucked away on the island's north-west peninsula. It's a world away from the buzzing nightlife of Ayia Napa and the busy beaches on the southern coast. On Pomos holidays you'll discover footprint-free beaches and a quiet, unspoiled Cypriot village, even during high season.

Location

Map showing the location of Paphos Region View Paphos Region on the map

A glimpse into the ancient world

There are constant reminders of the past in Cyprus’ Paphos region. So, it goes without saying, your holiday wouldn’t be complete without exploring its long-standing history. With UNESCO World Heritage sites, archaeological parks and grand castles all waiting for your arrival, this region is a must visit destination for those history buffs out there.

Most of the regions attractions are located in and around Paphos and Limassol. But one sight you can’t miss out on is The Tomb of the Kings. Situated close to Paphos’ harbour, this unforgettable UNESCO World Heritage Site is now one of Cyprus’ top attractions with its maze of underground tombs, dating back thousands of years.

Nights to remember

If you live for your evenings then Paphos city should definitely be your top pick. It all goes on here – beach clubs, dance spots, chilled cafes and plush lounges offer the perfect after-dark mix. Plus, this upbeat resort also has a whole street and harbour dedicated to its night scene.

If you’re looking to stay closer to your hotel on an All Inclusive Cyprus holiday, the resort of Limassol also has a great selection of bars, clubs and cafes, but when compared to Paphos city, this hotspot is more about casual clubs and laid-back cocktail bars. Coral Bay and Latchi, on the other hand, are great for a few quiet drinks, and for that reason, hotels here often put on evening entertainment.

A region of unspoilt beauty

With little scenic villages and rugged mountains, this region is also home to some of the most beautiful coastal scenery in Cyprus. In the north of the region you’ll find Cyprus’ largest mountain range, the stunning Troodos Mountains.

Nestled beyond thick forests and picturesque valleys these captivating peaks offer everything from, hiking, cycling, birdwatching and even skiing in the winter months – despite the sunshine. While, in the west of the region you’ll come across Akamas area, and in particular its unspoilt beaches. In fact, Akamas is the last large unspoiled coastal area in Cyprus and one of the few sea turtle nesting grounds in the whole of the Mediterranean.