Places To Visits

Adonis Waterfalls

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Adonis Baths is a waterfall near Krya Vrysi and Lakkos tou Fragkou. It is located 267 m above sea level. In the village of Koili, in the province of Pafos, where Mavrokolympos flows, the waters gather and form a small waterfall. These waters over the centuries eroded the soil and formed a small lake According to Greek mythology, this is where Adonis and Aphrodite would meet to spend time together.

Akamas Forest

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Akamas (Greek: Ακάμας, Turkish: Akama), is a promontory and cape at the northwest extremity of Cyprus with an area of 230 square kilometres.Ptolemy described it as a thickly wooded headland, divided into two by summits [a mountain range] rising towards the north. The peninsula is named after a son of Theseus, hero of the Trojan War and founder of the city-kingdom of Soli.

Blue lagoon

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Beautiful pristine water. You need a 4×4 vehicle to approach it. Or you need to rent a boat or pay for a safari bus tour. The water is super clean you can see the bottom even if the water is more than 3 meters deep. There is only a small space on the shore. It becomes very touristy when the tourist boats get there, but once they leave, you can enjoy the lagoon more quietly.

Lara turtle bay

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Further north along the coastline, Lara Bay is a remote sliver accessible only by 4WD. It’s one of the best beaches in Paphos for natural wonders: this untouched beauty provides an ideal habitat for nesting loggerhead and green turtles from May to August. While you must not disturb the creatures or the nests, the Lara Bay Turtle Conservation Station welcomes visitors who want to see rescued hatchlings paddling about in large tanks and to learn about its environmentalism.

Sea Caves

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Peyia Sea Caves can be found at the seafront of Paphos, in the Peyia village. The area where the sea caves are located can be described as a unique place of excellent beauty, geological and biological interest.
The access to the cave can be done either by the beach, from Coral bay, by either going straight and following the road towards Saint George in Peyia, or from the Paphos-Saint George road with a diversion before the port. A visitor can follow the path and wall along the coastlin

SeaCaves Shipwreck

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The EDRO III is more than 80 metres (260 ft) in length, weighing about 2,300–2500 tons.[2][1] The ship lies on the sea rocks at an angle of 11–12 degrees near the sea cave area. Together with Germany’s CIMEXTA Vessel Salvage Company, the task of safe removal of all diesel, hydrocarbons and marine pollutants on board the vessel, and making the hull watertight was awarded to a Cypriot marine salvage company. This was completed in October 2013. Due to the danger involved, nobody is allowed on the ship.

St George

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ery beautiful beach, do bring your snuggling tools, you can see so many fishes here. But please don’t use too much sunscreen to destroy more the sea creatures.
A bit rocky but its a stunning view and the two hotels are of a pretty poor standard.
A swim area, protected from the open see with a way out to the open water.
Lovely beach.. small pub/drinking hole located on beach. Very relaxing.. can get busy though..couple of water activities available.

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