Paphos Life have access to a number of webcams in the Paphos area, which are viewable below. The images are updated every quarter of an hour automatically. In addition, we have links to external webcams which cover a larger area. You will find these links below the main images.

Images Update Automatically Every 15 minutes.

Last Updated: September 22, 2018, 12:30 pm

Polemi Webcam

Latchi Harbour Webcam

Lemba Webcam

Tremithousa Webcam

Tremithousa lies above Paphos City, just off the main Polis Road and above Emba.

To sponsor this camera, contact prodromi@holitec.eu

Peyia Webcam

External Webcams

The following links take you to external sites which have webcams in Cyprus. We have no control over the sites, and are not affiliated with them in any way. If a link is broken please let us know.

Ski Cyprus Troodos
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Ski Cyprus Troodos

You will be viewing Zeus ski slopes at Troodos from the web cam mounted in the chalet at the base of the slopes. The web cam is operated from early morning till late in the afternoon and works 365 days per year.

Aphrodite Beach Resort
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Aphrodite Beach Resort

It is not hard to understand why award-winning North Cyprus Aphrodite Beachfront Resort has been chosen by more than 20 different nationalities for their overseas residence. Whether it is a self-catering, relaxation or activity North Cyprus vacation you are seeking – OR the country’s most secure, prime North Cyprus property for vacation and investment with huge both long term and short term/ holiday rental potential and rising prices – you need look no further!

Peyia, Paphos - Cyprus Storms
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Peyia, Paphos - Cyprus Storms

Weather and other related content for Cyprus, The Eastern Med, Europe and beyond.

Denizkizi Hotel, Alsancak
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Denizkizi Hotel, Alsancak

Around 10 kilometres west of Girne (Kyrenia) on the north coast of Cyprus lies the village of Alsancak at the foot of the Besparmak mountain range.

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Pumpkin House

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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”.