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Today was supposed to be spent in Nicosia but with sudden realisation that the National Museum was closed today, we decided to head north. As luck would have it the weather was in our favour too.
We headed to Coral Bay stopping a few times on the way. The bay was sheltered and of course sand but not in itself attractive. The appeal must …
Our flight from Gatwick with Easyjet lasted four and a half hours and was smooth and on time. The compact airport in Paphos was a little surprising though. It seemed no bigger than Eastleigh. We were through without even a cursory check of the passports. Our hire car arrived promptly and we were soon in our hotel in Paphos. The Roman Hotel fitted …
Adapting our intended plans to make the most of the good weather, we set off in the car to find our way up into the Troodos Mountains. With a combination of using the map and following sign posts, we enjoyed an engaging drive through he foothills and up into the Troodos range through a number of villages. It had the feel of the Alpujarras. The …
A symbol of Paphos rich heritage.
The famed fort's name, Saranta Kolones (forty columns) originates from the fact that the castle was originally built on the base of 40 columns.
The Lusignans built the forty columns in the 13th century, where previously a ...
A TOUCH OF HISTORY
What remains of Paphos Acropolis are ancient ruins and buildings, nonetheless its significance remains as one of the most historical symbols of the city's long ancient history.
The magnificent Acropolis is located near the city's new Lighthouse. It was constructed in the 2nd century and the grand Odeon was ...