Paphos

Why pick Paphos/Aphrodite Hills?


Paphos is a typical coastal city in the South West region of Cyprus about 50 km (31 miles) west of Limassol. It is blessed with sunshine all year round and surrounded by its famous sun-kissed, white sand beaches, mountain terrain and some of the best golf courses in Cyprus, not forgetting the award winning Aphrodite Hills Resort!


Paphos is a World Heritage Site and has been inhabited since the Neolithic period and was the centre for the cult of Aphrodite, the Greek Goddess of love and beauty, so has a lot of beautiful old buildings and historical sites of interest, and was also selected as the European Capital of Culture back in 2017 due to its history and diversity. Being the previous capital city of Cyprus, it is renowned for the remains of the Roman Governor's Palace, where its extensive and brilliantly preserved mosaics are still a major tourist attraction to this day.



Aphrodite Hills Resort


Aphrodite Hills resort is world famous for its array of top class sporting and leisure activities, such as horse riding, mountain biking, guided cycling tours,joggings and walking trails, huge variety of entertainments and Zia beach club. There’s also an amazing spa onsite and the resorts very own village square full of shops and cafes. But last but not least, the Aphrodite Hills golf course is snuggled amongst the beautiful, natural surroundings of Paphos, but still only a walk away from the bars, providing all the necessary amenities for golf lovers. All of this is open to the public for as low cost, as well as residents and holiday makers



Diving in Paphos


Paphos’s rich nautical history attracts divers from all over the world to explore the crystal clear waters, underwater ruins and wrecks and the abundant marine life fed by the Eastern Mediterranean sea. The water temperature and clarity makes it an ideal location for scuba diving and snorkeling, with it ranging between 16 to 27 degrees Celsius.


Paphos is just a short distance to Coral Bay and St. George's Island where there are various hotspots for diving to explore the various underwater sea caves and grottos.


Paphos enjoys a subtropical-Mediterranean climate, with the mildest temperatures on the island. This is what makes the area so popular with not just tourists, but buyers to.



Purchasing in Paphos & Aphrodite Hills


This area has a diverse selection of properties currently available on the market meaning whatever type of property you’re looking for, there will probably be suitable options that will fit your lifestyle and budget. Contact us now to take the first step towards finding your perfect property here.