Almyra

At the Almyra, you’ll discover interiors that look like they’ve been plucked straight out of a design magazine. The hotel is in a postcode as impressive as the view from its infinity pool. When you stay here, not only do you get a seafront location, but you’re also a matter of metres from the local bars and only 10 minutes from the harbour.

The Almyra has four restaurants, including a buffet place that will suit even the fussiest of eaters. No matter where you dine, you’ll find luxurious food and gorgeous views.

Overview of Paphos

With a wealth of historical attractions, green landscapes and Blue Flag beaches, the west coast of Cyprus is full of surprises.

On a holiday to the Paphos region of Cyprus, you’ll find everything from lazy shorelines to action-packed beaches and glimpses into the ancient world. With Unesco-listed sites and places where legends were born, Paphos has something for everyone.

Paphos also has some of the best coastal scenery in Cyprus. After catching a glimpse from the Almyra’s pool, weave your way to a local taverna on the front to properly admire the unbelievable views.

Things to do in Paphos

When you stay at the Almyra, you’re close to the centre of Paphos. A city of ancient myths and modern fun, Paphos is famous for its shopping, sunbathing and history-filled adventures.

Paphos really is a destination with it all. You can bask in the sunshine at the beaches that surround the city or walk in the footsteps of a goddess. Aphrodite once called the city her home, and her passion and romance is still felt to this day. Head to Amathus Bay to discover a temple that stands in her honour or visit the spot where she’s said to have risen from the sea.

In Paphos, the old meets the new. On a visit here, you’ll fall in love with Cypriot culture and food. There’s too much to see on just one trip, so you’ll have the perfect excuse to return time and time again.


Resort Summary

Not many places could define Cyprus and its long history quite as well as Paphos, which is located on the southwest coast of the island.

A rich thread of history is woven into every part of Paphos, and it shows in the architecture and outlook of the city’s people. It’s said that the Greek goddess of love and beauty, Aphrodite, once called the city home. Her mythic touch can also be felt in nearby sites like Amathus Bay, where a temple still stands in her honour.

There are places all around that demonstrate why the city’s been chosen as European Capital of Culture 2017. Such as Paphos Castle and the Randi Gorge in Aphrodite Hills, where Aphrodite is said to have risen from the sea. These landmarks of a bygone era have to be seen to be believed.