This is what we offer:

This is our audience:

The accompanying graph is produced by Google, using data for the entire year 2018. It shows that about two thirds of our audience live in Cyprus, with most of the rest coming from the UK. The UK proportion will be a mix of holiday makers, people who live in both countries, and people planning to move to Cyprus from the UK.

This is what we do:

The Main Site
Blogs, forums, business directory, articles, news and webcams.
Some Google Stats:
25,000 Unique Visitors per month
15,000 Page Views per Day
100,000 Gold Banner Views per month
On Facebook
Promotes blog and news articles
Publish unique content:
Videos and photos receive thousands of views
Cross-promotes additional pages (Old Pafos etc)
Our Blogs
Cover all aspects of Paphos Life
The Blogs are well received and get lots of positive comments
Each blog viewed thousands of times
Normally publish 1 - 2 blogs per week
Also produce companion articles on CyprusPanoramas and Facebook
Blog Advertising
Each blog is on average about 6 pages long
Each page has a banner ad at the top and bottom
On page 2 of the blog there is also a bigger advert
The Main Forum
Created to continue the work started by CyprusLiving.org
Possibly the busiest Cyprus-based non-Facebook forum
Each page has a top and bottom banner ad
Paphos Chat
The Facebook Companion to the Paphos Life forum
Banner Advertisers are automatically promoted each monday
Rapidly growing in size
Business Directory
Lists over 2000 Paphos businesses
Banner Advertisers get enhanced listings
Boosts your google ranking
Directory Entries
Free and Paid-For listings
Paid-for listings contain photo galleries and other enhancements
All listings include a map
Other Site Features
Webcams - available for sponsorship
News Articles - produced in-house and externally
Weather Guides, including a useful matrix
OldPafos.com
A 300+ image virtual tour of Old Pafos
Full 360 Panoramas
Complete with Shopping and Restaurant Directory
Cyprus Panoramas
Showcases the possibilities of Virtual Tours
Cyprus-wide Coverage, from Akamas to Ayia Napa
Complements some of the Paphos Life Blogs
Shows same banner ads as Paphos Lifes

These are some sample prices:

All prices are per month and exclude VAT which will be added

What to do now:

If you want to talk to us about advertising, send an email to

chat@paphoslife.com.

Alternatively, if you want more information first, click the button below.

Detailed Information on Advertising

Latest Blog Articles

The Pomos Coast

Pomos is quite a trip from Paphos, but it is most definitely worth it. We were up that way to visit some abandoned villages and overflowing reservoirs this week, but stopped to take in the coast along the way. The countryside up there is breathtaking, and well worth a visit. Here's a short selection of what to expect.

Skarfos Revisited

It's been quite some time since we visited Skarfos Bridge. One of the most accessible of the Venetian Bridges in the Paphos region, it is nevertheless off most people's radars. It has recently had a bit of a face-lift, so hopefully that will change. Skarfos Bridge is definitely open for business...

Winter Wonderland 2020

It's time for our annual trip to the Troodos Ski Slopes, to have our winter snowball fight and partake in a bit of tobogganing. We've already published a film of the drive, so here are a selection of pictures that we took when we got there...

Kouris Dam Overflows!

Last year it held firm, but now even the great Kouris Dam has succumbed to the inevitable and overflown in the rain. We were there with our cameras. You've seen the film, now read the blog...

Latest News Articles

Supreme court hears British man’s appeal in lengthy property dispute (Updated)

Conor O’Dwyer, a British man who has been involved in a lengthy and exhausting court battle over a property he bought in the Famagusta district in 2005, presented his appeal to the supreme court in Nicosia on Friday morning.

O’Dwyer appealed the case filed by developer company Christoforos Karayiannas and Son Ltd, who accused him of breach of contract and of defamation.

Bad tenants beware, House passes tougher eviction law

The amendment to the rent control law making it easier to evict bad tenants was passed by the House plenum on Friday.

It was passed with 31 votes in favour, 15 against and two abstentions.

The bill reduces the eviction process for tenants refusing to pay rent, to six months.

‘Unexpected’ discovery of skeletal burials at Paphos Agora excavatio

Archaeologists working on the Paphos Agora Project (PAP) have made an unexpected discovery of several skeletal burials dug into earlier structures, the Department of Antiquities said on Thursday.

Thursday’s winds could reach gale force seven

Authorities urged the public to brace for strong winds on Thursday evening accompanied by low temperatures, especially in higher regions, ahead of the arrival of a cold air mass and frost.

The Met service said winds on Thursday evening were expected to reach gale force seven while temperatures in the mountains could drop to -4C.