Excursions in Paphos

23 excursions and activities in Paphos are offered at reasonable prices and may be booked online.

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Paphos - Excursions and day trips

Located in Cyprus, Paphos is a city with stunning sea views and a variety of excursions and day trips. You can take a tour of the island to learn about its history and culture, or you can simply relax on the beach. There is plenty to see and do, and Paphos is a great base for a two week vacation or a seven-day holiday. You can visit the Troodos Mountains, or explore the beaches of the Akamas Peninsula. You can also go on a wine tasting tour to explore local vineyards and wineries.

For a more active excursion, you can explore the Avakas Gorge, which is a short walk from Paphos. This hike is a scenic walk through the forest. After you park your car, you can follow the trail to the waterfall. This waterfall is one of the highest in Cyprus. The walk is approximately 1.5 miles and takes you through the tranquil forest.

If you want to experience some culture and nature, you can check out the Archeological Museum, which is a collection of objects and sculptures dating from the Roman era to the 1700s. This museum also features items from multiple excavations. The items on display include coins, pottery, and sculptures.


Another popular Paphos day trip is to visit the Baths of Aphrodite. The Baths are situated on the eastern edge of the Akamas Peninsula. The Baths feature a stone grotto and are surrounded by ferns and wildflowers. The legend says that the goddess Aphrodite met Adonis here. This is one of the most famous day excursions in Cyprus.

The Medieval Castle of Paphos was originally built as a food warehouse, but the Ottoman Empire later rebuilt it as a stronghold. Today it is a UNESCO site. The Medieval Castle is now a tourist attraction. It was originally a prison, but was turned into a food warehouse after the Byzantines took over. The tombs of the Kings, which are located in the foothills of the mountains, are carved out of the rocks and are said to be influenced by Egyptian notions.


If you're not into water sports, you can visit the Akamas National Park. This tour is a fun way to see the coastline and is a good swimmer's stop. It includes a shipwreck and sea caves. The tour is bumpy, and dusty, but it's a good way to see the sights of the area.

You can also take a boat tour to the Blue Lagoon. You can snorkel and swim in this gorgeous lagoon. The tour also includes transport and entrance fees, and you'll get to sample gorumet food and champagne. It's an ideal family-friendly activity in Cyprus. You can also visit the Aphrodite waterpark, which is a great place to relax. This tour is a fun way to spend a day, and the entrance fee includes transport to and from the park.

Other popular Paphos day trips include a guided tour of Limassol and a visit to the Medieval Castle of Paphos. These tours offer an interesting history of the island, and give you the opportunity to experience the beauty of Cyprus in a new way. The tours are led by qualified guides who explain the landscape, and are a great way to stretch your legs and relax.

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