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The countryside town of Polis obtained its name from the Greek word for city It is the shortened version of Polis Chrysochou which in Greek means "the City of the Golden Land", due to fertile land surrounding the Chrysochou River.  The picturesque town does not possess large hotels and tourist attraction, it has retained a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere.  The centre square in Polis is one of its main features, boasting cobbled streets, a bank, chemists, jewellers, souvenir shops, bars and traditional restaurants serving home baked cuisine.  For those who li... [read more]

Situated on the southwest coast of Cyprus, approximately 10 miles north of Paphos town, one will find the two small villages of Chloraka and Kissonerga.  The area in which these two charming villages are located is surrounded by countless pomegranate and banana plantations.  The bananas produced, however, are not fit for exportation due to not complying with EU criteria. Both villages possess the traditional village church, Panaagia Chryseleousa in Chloraka, and The Church of the Transfiguration in Kissonerga.  A small selection of amenities such as a bank, few shops, and re... [read more]

The village of Peyia is situated approximately 19 km northwest of Paphos. The village possesses picturesque fountains and an attractive stone-paved village square.  A short distance from Peyia one will find the ruins of several early Christian Basilicas with beautiful mosaic floors depicting animals.  The majority of Peyias amenities are located on the main road leading into the village.  It is possible to find everything from a chemist, a bakery serving delicious hot bread first thing in the morning and a butcher. There is also a selection of tavernas to choose from, servin... [read more]

Located on the southwest coast of Cyprus, the popular area of Coral Bay can be found just north of Paphos town. Coral Bay is well-known for its crystal clear Mediterranean waters and golden sandy beaches, which are together complemented by a cool ocean breeze.  The town offers both relaxation and entertainment.  There is a wide variety of bars, clubs, restaurants and amenities on offer.Coral Bay is also renowned for its superb diving.  It is home to the Wreck of Vera K, a large freighter which was grounded in shallow waters and eventually blown up in 1974 when it w... [read more]

Paphos is situated on the West coast of Cyprus. It was a busy and thriving port and once the capital city of Cyprus, under the successors of Alexander the Great - the Ptolemies. It continued to be the islands most important city for more than seven centuries, and retained its importance under the Roman rule. Wherever you look in Paphos you will see its history and heritage, from archaeological sites, to ancient monuments. The town's focal point is its picturesque fishing harbour, where you can find Paphos Fort and lots of little open-air cafes and tavernas. Paphos is also has the islands s... [read more]