Latchi

Latchi

Polis is 35Km from Paphos - a 30-minute car ride. The towns are linked by regular bus routes every day except Sunday and it is just 45 minutes from Paphos airport, less than 2 hours from Larnaka Airport, and 25 minutes from the Tsada Golf Course.  Polis which in Greek means town, is a small town at the north- west end of C...
Limassol

Limassol

Limassol is a city of Cyprus is situated between the ancient cities of Amathus and Kourion (Curium). Limassol is the capital of eponymous district that lies on the south coast of Cyprus. It is the second largest urban population developed town of Cyprus with dense population in compared to other towns of Cyprus. During the Byzantine period, this city was known as Neapolis. Lim...
Mandria

Mandria

Mandria is a village located on the South-West coast of Cyprus in the Paphos district, less than ten miles from Paphos city itself. Conveniently situated a 10 minute drive from Paphos Airport, Mandria is a fantastic way to enjoy rural Cypriot life away from the crowds without the hassle of long bus or taxi transfers. The tiny village of Mandria (or, according to history, Mandr...
Miliou

Miliou

On the road from Paphos to Polis, about 13 km before you reach Polis, there is a turning on the left which will take you to the little village of Miliou nestling on the Laona plateau. Adjacent to the springs is the restored monastery of 'Agii Anargyri which is now being used as a spa hotel. The monastery was built in 1649 and is said to be one of the first ever on the island. ...
Nicosia / Lefkosia

Nicosia / Lefkosia

Cosmopolitan, glamorous and bustling, the capital of Lefkosia (Nicosia) is uniquely comprised of an ancient, walled city and a modern, fast-paced metropolis that is the epicentre of the island’s business and commercial activity. There is no end to the options that Lefkosia provides, blending the current with the traditional. Its retail experience ranges from town ce...
Paphos Intl. Airport (PFO)

Paphos Intl. Airport (PFO)

Paphos is the second largest international airport of Cyprus. It is situated 6.5 kilometers southeast of the Paphos city. Tourists coming to western part of Cyprus generally have to use Paphos airport. Resorts such has Paphos, Coral Bay and Limassol that are located 50 kilometers to the South east of the Paphos city allows its tourist easy access the resorts from its airport. ...
Paphos Town

Paphos Town

  Paphos the capital of Paphos District lies in the southwest of Cyprus. It is a popular coastal city of the country. Presently we can see that the ancient times Paphos locations is named as old Paphos that is on the seaside of Petra to Romiou -  the modern mythical birth place of the Greek Goddess Aphrodite, which is regarded as the goddess of love and beauty. On th...
Paralimni

Paralimni

Paralimni is a bustling little town on the East coast of Cyprus near to the border with the ghost town of Famagusta, Paralimni was built on the shores of a shallow lake, therefore its name in Greek means "settlement by the lake".The town has a beautiful town square dominated by the church and a newer plaza across the road complete with an ornate fountain. The newer square is b...
Pegia / Peyia

Pegia / Peyia

Peyia is a town siuated in the steep slopes of the coastal hills of Coral bay. The origin of the name Pegeia, is said to derive from the Latin word Baia (Bay) due to the close proximity of Coral Bay (Maa).   One of Peyias characteristics are the stunning panoramic views you get almos...
Pissouri

Pissouri

Located in the Lemesos  district, the beautiful village of Pissouri is built on a green hillside, just 3 km from Cape Aspro, and affords stunning views of both mountain and sea. Pissouri is just 30 km from Lemesos town, and can be reached by following the A6 route, or by following the B6 route. The village was once a small port from where carobs were exported during Medie...
Polis

Polis

Polis is 35Km from Paphos - a 30-minute car ride. The towns are linked by regular bus routes every day except Sunday and it is just 45 minutes from Paphos airport, less than 2 hours from Larnaka Airport, and 25 minutes from the Tsada Golf Course.  Polis which in Greek means town, is a small town at the north- west end of C...
Pomos

Pomos

If Ayia Napa’s round-the-clock nightlife and busy beaches are one side of Cyprus, then Pomos’ rustic charms and simple living are the other. This placid fishing village on the island’s north-west peninsula is little more than a tumble of streets set back from a boat-bobbing harbour. It’s sandwiched between forest-cloaked mountains and the azure sweep of ...