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Latest Blog Articles

Paphos In Autumn

We took the scenic route home to Polemi today, through Foinikas and part of the Ezousa Valley.We took some snaps along the way and present the nicest ones here...

Agia Marina Reservoir

Agia Marina is a small, picturesque village to the east of Argaka on the Polis coast.It's farms are irrigated by the nearby reservoir, and as we were in the area we decided to take a look at it...

Evretou Reflections

We went for an early morning walk this morning, and on the way we passed Evretou Reservoir. There was virtually no wind so the waters acted as huge, accommodating mirrors, giving us some beautiful views...

Gialia Monastery

In the northern reaches of Paphos forest lies an ancient monastery built over 1000 years ago. In ruins for over 400 years, Gialia Monastery was rediscovered in 1981, and excavated about a decade ago. It now provides an interesting and unique destination for the curious traveller...

Latest News Articles

Paphos: 10 year old girl dies after being hit by car

A 10 year old girl has succumbed to her injuries after she was hit by a car as she was trying to cross Tassos Papadopoulos Avenue in Paphos at around 14.30 on Friday, philenews reports.

The child was rushed by ambulance to the accident and emergency unit of Paphos Hospital where despite their best efforts doctors were unable to save her life and she died about two hours later.

Clash in House over Yeroskipou archaeological site

Green Party leader Yiorgos Perdikis and Transport Minister Vasiliki Anastasiadou clashed on Thursday over excavations of an ancient site at Yeroskipou.

The Yeroskipou site belongs to the church and the archbishop wants to develop the area but postponed his plans after the unexpected antiquities’ discovery.

Paphos-Polis motorway divides opinion as tensions rise

BirdLife Cyprus hit back on Thursday at criticism over its petition to stop the Paphos to Polis highway, saying it was important to have a serious discussion over the controversial project.

“It’s sad that it’s often impossible to have serious debate on serious issues,” Martin Hellicar of BirdLife Cyprus told the Cyprus Mail.

Clash in House over Yeroskipou archaeological site

Green Party leader Yiorgos Perdikis and Transport Minister Vasiliki Anastasiadou clashed on Thursday over excavations of an ancient site at Yeroskipou.

The Yeroskipou site belongs to the church and the archbishop wants to develop the area but postponed his plans after the unexpected antiquities’ discovery.