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PRIVATE PAPHOS TOUR

€350
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8 Hours
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Paphos is located on the west of the island which once was also the capital of the island. There are many archaeological sights that one can see in the city. Paphos is surrounded by coastline and mountain range of Troodos and it is one of the main attraction for tourists of the island. Our first stop of the day will be at Omodos village which you will see the old village houses and taste some wine at the center of the viilage. ‘Petra Tou Romiou’ will be the next stop  to take photos. We than drive to the city of Paphos, park our car and start to walk in the beautiful harbor of Paphos. The’ Medieval Fort’ is located just by the harbor. We take photos, drink our refreshments and walk to the ’Panagia Chrysopolitissa Church’. Ottoman Hamams can also be seen in the courtyard of the church which was built  in 16AD. The last stop of the day will be at the ‘Tombs of the Kings’. This place spreads to a vast area of Paphos. This tour is a great opportunity for you if you want to see the west of the island which is listed in UNESCO World Heritage List.  

Petrou to Romiou: According to Greek Mythology Aphrodite was the goddess of Love and Beauty. It is believed that she had risen from the foams of the sea at this particular area of Paphos.

Medieval Fort: Originally built by Byzantine later rebuilt by Lusignans and Venetians. It was rebuilt again by Ottomans on the 16th century.

Paphos Harbor: It is a small harbor where the fish restaurants, souvenir shops, fishing and the sailing boats for tours remain.

Chrystopolitisa Church: The church was built on the 13th century on the remains of the largest Byzantine Basilica. St. Paul’s pillar, which he was beaten up by Roman Governor Sergious Paulus before converting into Christianity is also here. You can also see the ancient mosaics in the courtyard.

Tombs of The Kings: The cemetery was in use from Hellenistic age until Roman period. In early Christianity the tombs served as places for refuge for the Christians. The excavations started in 1937 and was completed in 1951. Since 1980 the site is registered in the list of World Heritage of UNESCO. 

Included
Professional guidance
Private transportation
Parking tickets
A small bottle of water
Excluded
Tickets for historical sights
Lunch
Personal purchases