Glasses in Paphos

Paphos has a well deserved reputation for decent opticians. You will have plenty of choices, so shop around, and pick up a bargain.

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Elean Opticians 1

  • +357 26 932663
  • Makarios Ave III 8010 Paphos Cyprus
  • www.eleanopticians.com/
  • www.facebook.com/ELEANOptometrists
  • eleanoptik@yahoo.com

Elean Opticians 2

  • +357 26 220692
  • Paphinia No. 2 - Poseidonas Ave. Seafront, Kato Paphos Cyprus
  • www.eleanopticians.com/
  • www.facebook.com/ELEANOptometrists

Elean Opticians 3

  • +357 26 910775
  • Athina Court No. 2 Poseidonas Ave, Seafront Kato Paphos
  • www.eleanopticians.com/

Elean Opticians 4

  • +357 26 600525
  • Kings Avenue Mall Paphos, Tombs of the Kings Ave., Paphos, Cyprus
  • www.eleanopticians.com/
  • www.facebook.com/ELEANOptometrists

CHRISTIAN OPTICAL HOUSE

  • 26322620
  • 11 Arch. Makariou III Str, 8820 Polis, Pafos
  • www.facebook.com/pages/Christian-Optical-House/375299882548136
  • c.o.h@cytanet.com.cy

Envision

  • +357 26 933770
  • Eleftheriou Venizelou 68, Paphos

Eye Contact

  • +357 26 221375
  • Tombs of the Kings Ave, Paphos, Cyprus
  • www.facebook.com/cpeyecontact.opticians/

George's Optical House

  • +357 26 819070
  • Apostolou Pavlou Ave 26, Paphos 8063, Cyprus
  • www.georgesopticals.com

KYRILLOU EYE CARE LTD

  • 26935333
  • 24-28 Nikodimou Mylona Str, Shop 1, 8046 Pafos
  • www.facebook.com/kyrilloueyecare/
  • constantinakyrillou@hotmail.com

Kyrsof Optical

  • UNKNOWN
  • Kennedy Square, Paphos

Mati Mati Opticians

  • UNKNOWN
  • matimati.gr/en

OJO Sunglasses

  • UNKNOWN
  • Apostolou Pavlou Avenue Paphos

Savvas Optical

  • +357 26 822299
  • Makariou III Avenue CY 8010, Paphos, Cyprus
  • savvasoptical.com/

Stokkos Optical House

  • +357 26 933403
  • Konstantinou Kanari 47, STOKKOS BLDG, Pafos 8010, Pafos

V and V Optical 1

  • +357 26 936633
  • 59 Apostolos Pavlos Avenue Kato Paphos Cyprus
  • www.facebook.com/VvOpticalStudio/

V and V Optical 2

  • UNKNOWN
  • www.facebook.com/VvOpticalStudio/
  • vv.opticalstudio@hotmail.com

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