Polis is the administrative centre of the area which includes 23 communities. The larger communities include the villages of Prodromi, Latchi, and Neo Chorio to the West, and Argaka and Gialia to the East.
Kato Paphos means “lower Paphos” as opposed to the rest of the city stretching up in the hills and further away from the sea. It’s where you find the most hotels, restaurants and where the promenade fills with people enjoying their summer holiday.
Paphos has a buzzing nightlife scene with loads of atmosphere. The strip, known as Bar Street, doesn’t get busy until about 9pm, when the clubs and bars burst into life. Dance the night away, sip cocktails in eye-catching bars or enjoy a karaoke session.
Limassol was built between two ancient Greek cities, Amathus and Kourion, and during Byzantine rule it was known as Neapolis. Limassol's historical centre is located around its medieval Limmasol Castle and the Old Port
The largest mountain range in Cyprus stretching cross a third of the island, is the Troodos mountains. Located at the western side of Cyprus, its highest peak also known as Chionistra, is 1,952 meters high. A cool escape during the summer months at the green heart of the island and a snow filled winter destination with four ski slopes.