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.

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

The Church of Saints Kerykos and Ioulitta

It's time for another guest blog from Max. He's taken a break from enlightening us about crystals and rock formations in the Paphos area, and has gone in search of some interesting church murals in Letymbou.

Pumpkin House

Paphos Old Town has been transformed over the past couple of years, in a good way, I feel. A walk through its streets will reveal a multitude of delights from beautifully decorated traditional coffee shops to quirky fashion boutiques. You will also find trendy eateries and theatres, not to mention an abundance of art and craft shop offering hand-crafted creations. Today we will be looking at one of these; a very special place, slightly off the beaten track, but well worth taking a diversion to...

Old Town Cementography

You could be forgiven for not knowing anything about Cementography. It is a modern, Cypriot art form, that was celebrated in the dying days of Paphos 2017 by the placement of eight murals in and around Paphos Old Town. You may well have seen some of them on your travels, and some have featured in previous blogs. However, the murals actually depict different stages in a Cypriot fairy tale, so we thought it about time we presented the murals in order, with the accompanying story attached...

Kissonerga Mosfilia

Tucked away in the lower reaches of Kissonerga, lies a site of great historical importance. Similar in appearance to the ancient village of Lemba, which is currently closed for maintenance, Kissonerga Mosfilia is a perfect way to spend half an hour if you fancy something a little different. Like most of our findings, it was a happy accident that brought us to this ancient settlement. We were avoiding a roadblock and happened to pass this sign on our way to the coast road. Brown signs often signal something interesting, so we stopped to take a look...

Latest News Articles

Almost €2 billion euros owed in overdue taxes

The audit office has called on the tax department to do all it can to collect overdue taxes – to the tune of almost €2 billion – that are increasing alarmingly, but accepted that collecting a large proportion of it is unlikely.

Paphos wins Gold Prize for its coasts

The entire coastline of Paphos has been recognised for the third consecutive year as attractive for visitors interested in combining holidays and nature in a destination with enchanting scenery that cares for and preserves the quality of the environment and strives to protect and enhance local identity and cultural heritage.

Defendant denies premeditated murder in Peyia hit and run

A 35-year-old man pleaded not guilty to premeditated murder on Wednesday in the death of a British tourist who had been hit by a car in Peyia in June, in what authorities believe was a deliberate assault following an altercation.

The teaching profession is being derailed

I CAME to realise that teaching is being derailed when I asked a 40-year old teacher, I have a lot of respect for, why the teachers were striking. Her response was disarmingly honest. She said: “I do not know”.