Neptune Hotel Apts.

Address: Coral Bay, Paphos, Cyprus | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Coral Bay, Paphos.
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      A symbol of Paphos rich heritage.



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      ... meal chosen from a range of local and internationally themed restaurants in a beautiful setting overlooking the harbour and the Venetian fort.

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      Escape

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      ... complete opposite of Paphos - wonderfully uncrowded and devoid of the masses of tourists! Truth be told, that's the best part of Lara Beach - while it's definitely a nice beach, it really wasn't special enough to be worth the effort of getting here, driving over terribly rocky and rough dirt roads for nearly 45 minutes, simply for the views. But it was worth the effort to come here and get away from it ...