Fall in love with the birthplace of goddess of love Aphrodite – Paphos
The house of Dionysus, the Greek god of wine, can be found also near here
- February 14, 2018 10:00
- Monika Dimitrova
Paphos gifts visitors ancient sites, vineyards and clear-blue sea under 300 days of sunshine a year and English spoken by all. Nestling on Cyprus’ south-west coast, it’s where the Troodos mountains meet the sea and is home to avocado and banana plantations.
The city is divided into two neighbourhoods - the stately Ktima with British colonial buildings, schools and museums all sat around the town square and Kato Paphos, which stretches along the harbour and is full of good seafood restaurants and souvenir shops. In Paphos you can sit under dappled sunlight and dine on fish plucked straight from mountain stream water.
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