Paphos

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Paphos

Pafos is a coastal city that lies in the South-West of the Republic of Cyprus and is a port of entry operated by the Cyprus Ports Authority.

It considered as a historical and cultural center of Cyprus and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

During the Roman Empire was the capital of the island. Holidays in Paphos will suit both active people and those who are far from noisy companies and nightlife.

Anchorage:

You can reach Paphos by calling VHF16. This marina offers good shelter. Max. Length is 15 m and max. Draught — 2 m (only a few berths).

In the Paphos area, you have to be very careful with anchoring and mooring. The seabed is rocky and lots of damages accrues here.

Facilities:

You can find here all the basic facilities: such as toilets, water, and electricity, a supermarket, restaurants in the harbour, Wi-Fi, but no showers. Just 20 min. away from Paphos, there is an international airport.

The sunsets and sunrises here are spectacular, and they create a magical atmosphere that is worth seeing.

Recommendations:

You can reach Paphos by calling VHF16. This marina offers good shelter. Max. Length is 15 m and max. Draught — 2 m (only a few berths).

If you enjoy the traditional Cypriot cuisine, Larnaca is a city that will amaze you with its restaurants. The top-rated names are Laona Restaurant, The Windmill Restaurant, Porto Bello, and Gabor Restaurant.

Things to do:

To the north of the harbor is a large archaeological park with a nice view for wreck and lighthouse. You can walk along the coast on the beautiful promenade of Paphos and enjoy amazing sunsets.

To the east is a tourist district with a lifetime supply of bars and restaurants. You may also would like to visit Tombs of the king that is a large necropolis lying about two kilometers north of Paphos harbor in Cyprus.