Princessa Vera

It’s incredibly modern and stylish at the Princessa Vera, with crisp and white interiors showcasing traditional designs.

Outside, two pools lined with sunloungers and parasols sit on the terrace. One of these is even next to a bar where you can grab drinks.

The buffet restaurant opens for breakfast and dinner but serves snacks throughout the day. In addition, Harley’s Bar has an a la carte menu and an outdoor patio where you can dine al fresco.

After your evening meal, head to Harley’s Bar for drinks. There’s something going on here most evenings, including live music and big screens that usually show football.

Overview of Paphos

If you love holidays where you can relax and unwind by the sea, you can’t go wrong with a holiday to the Paphos region of Cyprus.

Paphos itself is a city where ancient myths meet modern fun. The fabled home of the goddess Aphrodite, there’s plenty of history to uncover, such as Paphos Castle.

But stays at the Princessa Vera aren’t all about history – you can bask in the glorious sunshine, enjoy family days out and sample some of the best nightlife in Cyprus without the need to venture far from the hotel.

Things to do in Paphos

The Princessa Vera has bagged itself a prime location. It shares a street with bars and restaurants, but there’s also a sandy beach within five minutes’ walk.

Around Paphos, kids will have plenty of chance to enjoy their holiday. The zoo lets kids come face to face with wildlife, and it’s home to some of the best-kept gardens in Cyprus. If you’re looking for a little more action and adventure, take a trip to Paphos Aphrodite Water Park.

In the evening, Paphos may not be as wild as Ayia Napa, but it provides plenty of warm hospitality and fantastic entertainment. Packed with historic ruins and modern attractions, there’s never a dull moment when you take a holiday to Paphos.

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.