Information for Newcomers

If you are new to Paphos it may all seem a bit daunting. We have featured a number of locations you may find it useful to know about.

Restaurants

You won't have any problem finding a good place to eat in Paphos, but if you want some ideas or are looking for somewhere a bit different, then check out the recommendations here.

Health and Wellbeing

Toothache? Broken sunglasses? Broken leg? Or perhaps you need something for your pet. In Health and Well Being, if you are in the Paphos region, we have your covered.

Family Fun

Paphos and Cyprus aren't all about the sun. If you are here with a family, these are some of the sites that can keep you occupied if you want a change from the beach or poolside.

Shopping

Fancy a bit of retail therapy? Whether you are after a new pair of shoes, some nice jewellery, or just want to browse a few books at the local store, we've got you covered.

Hi Tech

Here you will find everything techical. From mobile phones, computer repairs and sales, right though to TV providers.

Holidays and Travel

Planning a holiday, and want to know which airlines are available? Or are you looking for a traditional hotel for that special break? Our Holidays and Travel section will be able to help.

Home and Garden

You will find everything for your Paphos home and garden here. From solar panels right through to bathroom fittings, we've got you covered.

Home Services

Need a plumber, electrician or a gas fitter? Or perhaps you want your aircon serviced, or your patio cleaned? These Paphos companies are here to help.

Services

Everything from Car Insurance, Legal Help, to Printing and Photography.

Cars and Bikes

Looking for a new car in Paphos, or do you want to rent? Need a tyre repaired or the aircon fixed? Take a look here.

Blog Locations

We often get asked how to get to places we have featured in our blogs, so we have added a section to the directory that pinpoints the locations. If you are visiting a remote area, please ensure you have plenty of water with you.

Latest Blog Articles

Oreites Wind Farm

When you are out exploring the countryside of Paphos, it is always handy to have a few prominent landmarks to help guide you home. One of the most prominent is the Oreites Wind Farm. We visited it a few days ago, as we want to show you what it looks like close up. We will also show you some shots we took several years ago, when they were still constructing it...

Paphos Christmas Lights Switch On

Cyprus is sensible. It only puts up the Christmas Decorations a few weeks before Christmas, rather than in October. This way, you don't get heartily sick of them by the time Christmas Day arrives. Last night, the Mayor switched on the Old Town lights, and we were there to join in the spectacle...

On A Clear Day...

Yesterday was the day after the storm, so we had some clearing up to do followed by a visit to Chrysochou Green Point. We couldn't help noticing how clear the skies were after the bad weather, so decided to take a few pictures on the way back...

Mikri Salamina Sculpture Park

A few days ago we found out about an event organised by Chakra Gallery in the Old Town. A day trip to a sculpture park with a tour provided by the artist responsible for all the creations. We cleared our calender and jumped at the opportunity. We are so, so glad we did...

Latest News Articles

Man remanded after alleged rape

A 43-year-old man was remanded for six days on Saturday in connection with the alleged rape earlier in the week of a 32-year-old woman in Paphos.

The man was arrested after the 32-year-old reported that she was raped by two men last Monday. She told police she was out walking on December 10 when a vehicle with two men inside approached her.

Activists protest over illegal parking on pavements

Activists in old town Nicosia protested on Saturday over illegal parking on pavements.

The activists placed wheelchairs and child strollers on Nicosia pavements with placards saying “No Parking.”

They wanted to raise awareness over how parking on pavements restricts the mobility of people with disabilities.

Drunk passenger causes havoc in Paphos airport

A 64 year old British woman caused havoc in Paphos airport on Friday, according to philenews.

The woman, who had been reportedly drunk, was shouting and quarreling with other passengers in the departures hall.

Police arrested her, after previously giving her numerous warnings, which she failed to comply with.

Christmas ‘Gift of Love’ urgent appeal for 20 more bags

Organisers of the Gift of Love, an appeal that ensures that hundreds of children of needy families in Paphos will receive a gift bag of presents this Christmas, are just short of their target and are hoping members of the public will come forward to help.