Nightlife in Paphos
You won’t steer wrong when you visit Paphos in the evening – this city has some of the best nightlife in Cyprus. It doesn’t matter if you want that home from home traditional pub, the wildest nightclubs in town, some sophisticated wining and dining or cocktails by the coast. One thing Paphos holidays definitely do well is character, and you’ll experience that for yourself when you’re living it up at one of the widest selections of nightlife venues in Cyprus. Here’s our pick of the bunch so you can easily form a game plan.
Be a livewire at The Loft Club
Colourful and trendy, this place pulls in the crowds from nearly every age bracket, and has them dancing under hot lights to electro and pop in Greek and English. Weekends see The Loft Club crowded, but the atmosphere is friendly and lively, rather than packed in. You’ll find new friends aplenty in this lively corner of town, where big nights out don’t start until the sun is long under the horizon.
Show off your dulcet tones at Boogies Karaoke Club
Disco lights and fun vibes are how Boogies likes to roll.
It’s a place that revels in its reputation for providing the cheesiest venue in town, and gets away with it because it’s also one of the friendliest. There’s a warm community of regulars and staff here, with smiles for everyone. When you step inside – even if you never pick up the mic – you’re guaranteed some cheeky drinks and a good time. But what many come for is to wow the crowd with their own musical moxie.
Get ready to rock at The Flintstones Bar
You’ll always be surrounded by history on Cyprus holidays. Suiting its modern stone age family namesake, this Paphos hotspot has been in town for as long as anyone can remember. That doesn’t mean it’s a fossil of a place, though. The decor looks like you’ve fallen right into the classic cartoon, while the old school music, wide selection of drinks and cheerful array of cocktails guarantee a fine night’s entertainment.
You might not have thought that those cheeky cavemen on TV knew how to throw a good party, but it turns out that there’s plenty of fun to be had if you party like a Bedrock native.
Indulge in some downtime at St George's Tavern
Run by a family of English Cypriots, you can expect a rustic call back to the island’s olden times in here. Although it’s not at the expense of fantastic meals and a wide selection of wines, all of which are produced locally. Woven wooden ceiling panels and shelves lined with books, vases and pots finish off a wonderful little corner of serenity. And crisp sea breezes and fine aromas mingle in the conversation-filled air.
Fly straight as an arrow over to The Robin Hood Pub
Don’t be fooled – this is a pumping nightclub through and through, but styled like a medieval castle.
Luckily the service is a little more advanced than what you’d have found in the Middle Ages, and the venue’s popular with stag and hen-dos. The cocktails are fun too, fitting the theme of the medieval surroundings. And rest assured the DJ will consider even the craziest of song requests. With the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham nowhere to be seen, you’ve every reason to find out just why Robin Hood’s men, and indeed women, were quite so merry.