Barbecue

Barbecues in Paphos are part of summer living. Many houses have external summer kitchens and picnic areas also come equipped with barbecue facilities. So it is important that you know where to get your supplies and food produce.

Bathroom

In Paphos, a decent showerhead can be a godsend. Or perhaps you are looking for a fully fitted unit?

Bedroom

Equipping the bedroom properly can make for a pleasant night's sleep. And in the hills around Paphos, during winter, it can get very cold. So don't just plan for the summer!

Carpets and Curtains

From commercial blinds to wall to wall carpeting, if you are in Paphos and need some, you should be able to find them here.

DIY

You will be amazed at what you can buy in some of the DIY shops in Paphos. And it pays to shop around because prices can vary quite considerably from shop to shop.

Energy

Solar Panels in Paphos make a lot of sense. You can save thousands of euros a year off your electricity bill, and help the planet.

Furniture

There is a wide variety of furniture available in Paphos, to suit all budgets. Unlike lots of shops in the UK, if the item is in store, it will usually be available for delivery relatively quickly.

Gardening

Gardening in Cyprus can be a challenge, so let these businesses assist you. From bedding plants to a chain saw, you will find what you need here.

Garden Furniture

The warm weather in Paphos makes outdoor living an essential aspect of living in Cyprus. So use our directory to find the perfect pagoda or that comfortable patio sofa set you've always wanted.

Pools and Spas

A Pool in Paphos is not just a luxury item. Keep yours well maintained with the help of the businesses listed here. And if you want luxury, look no further than the Spa suppliers.

Latest Blog Articles

Polemi Concentration Camp

As you approach Polemi from the B7, you pass the Kamanterena Winery on your right. Just beyond that, if you are paying attention, you will see a lookout tower that wouldn't look out of place on a WW2 movie. A couple of ancient armoured vehicles might also perk your interest, so pull over, and take a look at Polemi Concentration Camp.

Ayia Napa Sculpture Park

The Sculpture Park in Ayia Napa was built in 2014, and since then has been delighting tourists and locals alike with its eclectic range of art work. Last summer we visited the area and had to include it on our itinerary. What started as an orderly photo shoot soon descended into an excited clamber along the many paths that criss-cross the landscape of the park. Far too numerous to feature them all, we present some of the many weird and wonderful sculptures you can see when you visit this wonderful park.

A short walk through the countryside around Kallepia

Now that we are getting the occasional dry day again we thought it time we started our selection of blogs on walks in and around the countryside of Paphos. For our first excursion we are visiting the village of Kallepia, situated near the Ezousa Valley and Minthis Hills Golf Course.

Ezousa Estuary

A couple of years ago we stumbled across a sad little memorial at the mouth of the Ezousa River. We thought we would check it out again a few days ago, to see what the area looked like after the rains. The question was, how would we get to it?

Latest News Articles

Tensions rise over Strovilia violations by Turkish military

The government said on Thursday it was in contact with the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (Unficyp) regarding recent tensions in the Strovilia area, where the Turkish military is said to have further advanced its position, in violation of the status quo around the buffer zone.

Limassol land registry operating like a ‘free-for-all’

The Limassol district land registry is operating like a free-for-all, with staff frequently covering for one another by punching in coworkers’ cards – the most glaring case occurring recently where an employee punched in for a colleague who, unknown to him at the time, had died the night before.

British High Commissioner to host live Facebook QA session

Today the British High Commission in Nicosia announced that they were going to hold a live Facebook QA session on Wednesday 27th February at 17:00 (Cyprus Time)

Part of old Limassol-Paphos road to close for three months

Parts of a three-kilometre stretch of the old road from Limassol to Paphos near Petra tou Romiou will be closed for three months, from February 21 until May 21, due to a serious problem with erosion, police announced on Wednesday.

The road will be closed to traffic for about 200 metres at a time. Access from Paphos to Pissouri and Limassol will only be possible via the motorway.