Blog Locator!

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.

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A Tale Of Two Beaches

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/a_tale_of_two_beaches

Adonis Viewpoint

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/adonis_viewpoint

Agia Marina Reservoir

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/agia-marina-reservoir

Agios Charalambos

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/agios_charalambos

Agios Fotios

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/agios_fotios

Agios Savvas Tis Karonos

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/agios_savvas_tis_koronos

Hidden Church in the Akamas

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/akamas_church

The Far Side of the Akamas

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/akamas_walk

Amiantos Hospital

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/amiantos_hospital

Anadiou

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/anadiou

Ancient Lemba

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/ancient_lemba

The Anerades Nature Trail

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/anerades-nature-trail

Paphos Archaeological Park

  • +357 26 306217
  • Agias Galatianis, Paphos, Cyprus

Wartime Armoured Car

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/war_relic

Art Nest

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/art-nest

Asprokremmos Dam

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/asprokremmos

Ayios Iaonnis - Part 1

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/ayios-ioannis-part-1

Ayios Ioannis - Part 2

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  • www.paphoslife.com/blog/ayios-ioannis-part-2

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

‘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.

Mainly fine today, colder weather forecast for tomorrow

It will be another mostly sunny day with the possibility of showers and light snowfall in the higher Troodos peaks in the evening.

In its early morning weather bulletin, the Met Office said that weak, relatively low pressure is affecting the area today while a very strong northerly air stream is expected from late tonight until early on Friday afternoon.

Pissouri water supply restored

Authorities have restored water provision at the village of Pissouri but alternative sources will be sought in a bid to avoid supply problems in the future, the Cyprus Mail has learned.