Aura Holiday Villas

Address: 21, Mylouthkia street, Paphos, 8574, Cyprus | 4 star lodge
 
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This 4 star lodge, located on 21, Mylouthkia street, Paphos, is near Tombs of the Kings, Cyprus Museum, Leventis Municipal Museum of Nicosia, and Ethnographic Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Paphos

      Eggscellent Easter in Haloumi Land

      A travel blog entry by tonezf on Apr 03, 2015

      11 photos

      On our first outing we cruised in our hired wheels down the coast from Paphos to Limassol and past Lanarka to Fig Tree Bay. She was a blowy day so although we wore considerably less than a usual London day we still needed light cardigans. Easter is a big holiday here so at roundabouts and intersections everywhere were giant Easter eggs and bunnies. Unfortunately they were not made of chocolate (I ...

      Good Times

      A travel blog entry by aschneider on Mar 08, 2015

      3 comments, 23 photos

      ... first time in 10 years for this part of the island to get snow!

      Our adventurous spirits wouldn't allow us to remain in our flat all day though. We bundled up and headed out. Remember about that Ford Fiesta? The one that survived our off-roading adventures? Yep. Same car we got to take through the snow! Once again, we kept going until it just wasn't possible to get any further without chains. As fate would have it, the ...

      Paphos villa days and nights

      A travel blog entry by kfridd on Jul 07, 2014

      5 photos

      ... the Australian archaeological mission to Paphos. Part of the importance of the tombs lies in the Paphian habit of including Rhodian amphorae among the offerings in a burial. Through the manufacturing stamps placed on the handles of these amphorae, it is possible to give them a date and, through them, the other material from the same burial. Thus, it is hoped to develop a more secure chronology for archaeological material in the Eastern Mediterranean of the Hellenistic and early Roman ...

      Mr Bean

      A travel blog entry by pwong on Sep 09, 2013

      9 photos

      ... sites and walking trails, and identifying good restaurants to try. Really, in such a small village the tour was completely unnecessary, but definitely a nice touch, helping us forget the earlier trials and tribulations.

      She even dropped us off at our car after, suggesting we park it right in front of the guesthouse - of course, another Mr Bean moment ensued as I parked. Wanting to park as close to a stone wall as possible to ...

      The Importance of Flexibility

      A travel blog entry by amkozak on Sep 21, 2012

      23 photos

      ... 25 other people.

      In Pafos, we saw the Tomb of the Kings, which really should be called the Tomb of the Aristocrats because no actual kings are buried there. On the outside of the tombs, there are three are four trees with thousands of pieces of cloth tied to them. The idea is that whoever ties a cloth to the trees at the Tomb of the Kings will be cured of whatever malady is inflicting him/her. I should have gone there a ...