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Aphrodites Rock is located in a spectacular location on the old Paphos - Limassol road. According to legend Petra Tou Romiou (as it is know locally) is the birth place of Goddess of love, Aphrodite.There are many rumours and myths surrounding the rock. One myth states  that if you swim around the rock 7 times you will find your true love within a year.  Another says that you will live for 5 years longer.The rock is a very popular s...
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Pafos Bird Park truly is magical place to visit. Paphos Bird Park was initially created in order to educate the local communities about the world around them and how to care birds and animals. The Park houses snakes, iguanas, crocodiles, any kind of birds such as parrots, ducjs, swans, geese, owls and ostriches. The continuous upgrading ensures the Parks reputation is maintained, and encourages visitors to return again and again. Inside the park there is an Amphithe...
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Paphos Harbour Fort was originally built by the Byzantine to protect the harbour area, it was dismantled by the Venetians and rebuilt by the Lusignans back in the 13th century. Dismantled again in the 16th century by the  Venetians as they were unable to defend it against the Ottomans. The Ottomans then restored and strengthened the structure once they had  captured the island. Paphos Harbour Fort now remains empty, except as a tourist attraction, where yo...
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The Tombs of the Kings is spread over a large area containing impressive underground tombs that date back to the 4th century BC. The Tombs are carved out of solid rock, some being decorated with Doric pillars. Its name was given due to the grandeur and majesty of the tombs, some of which display frescoed walls and columns.It is thought that they were the tombs of the ruling elite during Hellenistic and Roman periods. Open to the public from 7.30am to 5pm. We wo...
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Paphos mosaics are considered among the finest in the Eastern Mediterranean. They mainly depict mosaics scenes from Greek mythology and are dating from the 2nd to the 5th century AD. It's a "must" visit for every visitor to Paphos.House of DionysusThe House of Dionysus is located in the Theater Quarter. The house of Dionysus was a roman private residence dating back to the 2nd century AD. The characteristics of this roman private residence are the mosaic decorations...
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Coral Bay is renowned for its crystal clear waters and sandy beaches, which are complemented by the cool ocean breeze. This a very popular beach with visitors who are staying in Coral Bay resort, with a variety of watersports and close to the resort with a big variety of restaurants, fish and meat taverns, pubs clubs and shops....
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