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There is a newly built front/'promenade' leading round to the marina and a long coastal path with amazing views - perfect for a morning or evening stroll.
There is now dual carriageway the whole way from Paphos to Larnaca, skirting Limassol. By car/taxi it takes around 1.5 hours. Bus services run from Paphos Airport to the 'tourist area' of Kato Paphos, approximately hourly in summer, for 1 euro; also to Limassol. There are also buses from the Paphos Karavella bus station to Larnaca airport (change near Limassol) and shared taxis (€5-10) run reasonably often.
It gets hot and humid in summer (33 deg C and 90% Humidity) between late June and early September, so air conditioning can be welcome in the car then. The rest of the year is relatively mild but there are sometimes colder spells in January & February. Official website of Paphos Cyprus region.
Tala Village, found high up north west of Paphos, Tala is a pretty traditional village, now with a large expat population but with beautiful Agios Neophytos Monastery nearby and a good range of popular restaurants.
Episkopi Environmental Centre, Episkopi Village (by local bus or car (or foot)). Episkopi Village is about 10 km NE of Paphos (not the one where British forces are based.) It is a small and interesting old village with winding streets and its renowned cliff face. Situated in the beautiful Ezouza Valley, it is at the lower end of a nature trail from Tsada/Minthis Hills Golf course. In 2013 the old primary school was transformed into an excellent Environmental Centre with films, displays and a garden to demonstrate the local flora and fauna.
What to do in Paphos
Tomb of the Kings, (25 min walk from the harbor). A collection of limestone tomb.
Kato Paphos, (Next to the Harbor and main bus stop). The main archaeological site. Well worth a visit to view the mythological mosaics.