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28 03, 2017

Buzz after new discovery at Tomb of the Kings

March 28th, 2017|Latest News|Comments Off on Buzz after new discovery at Tomb of the Kings

ARCHAEOLOGISTS are excited about a brand new discovery  at the Tomb of the Kings in Paphos.

According to the Cyprus Weekly, local experts claim they may have stumbled on a mausoleum created for Ptolemy Eupator, an ancient king of Cyprus.

The paper reports the mausoleum dates back to 166-152 BC.

“This is a unique grave memorial that I have not encountered anywhere else,” said expert Michalis Lefatzis.

The Tombs of Kings, many of which date back to the 4th century BC, are carved out of solid rock, and are thought to have been the burial sites of Paphitic aristocrats and high officials up to the third century AD.

It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

26 03, 2017

Paphos tops list of bargain city breaks

March 26th, 2017|Latest News|Comments Off on Paphos tops list of bargain city breaks

BRITS looking for a bargain city break should head to Paphos – which is the cheapest European destination in the latest Post Office Travel Money report.

Research took into account a dozen typical city break costs including accommodation for two nights, transport between the airport and the city centre, an evening meal for two and entrance fees for top attractions.

This totalled just £138 in Paphos, which was followed by Vilnius, Lithuania (£139); Riga, Latvia (£150) and Warsaw, Poland (£154).

Paphos is one of four sunshine destinations to make it into the top 10.

This is the Top 10 List:

1. Cyprus
2. Vilnius, Lithuania
3. Riga, Latvia
4. Warsaw, Poland
5. Budapest, Hungary
6. Krakow, Poland
7. Lisbon, Portugal
8. Prague, Czech Republic
9. Athens, Greece
10. Palma, Majorca

24 03, 2017

Sunny weekend forecast, clocks go FORWARD on Sunday

March 24th, 2017|Latest News|Comments Off on Sunny weekend forecast, clocks go FORWARD on Sunday

Generally fine and sunny this weekend across the Paphos region, with temperatures touching 21C on Saturday. The pleasant conditions will continue into Sunday.

Evenings are expected to feel mild at around 11C. Sunset is at 6.05pm.

And a reminder, daylight savings time begins on March 26.

At 03.00 on Sunday, March 26, people are asked to put their clocks forward by one hour.

The time change will be implemented in all European Union countries.

Daylight savings time will end on October 29, 2017.

22 03, 2017

Cyprus solidarity with the UK after London terror attack

March 22nd, 2017|Latest News|Comments Off on Cyprus solidarity with the UK after London terror attack

CYPRUS stands in solidarity with the United Kingdom tonight, after a brutal terrorist attack that left four people dead in central London.

We stand firmly in solidarity with the UK, following today`s terrible London attacks, Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades said in a post on twitter.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims`s families,” he added.

Britain’s top anti-terror officer said they believe there was only one attacker, adding that more than 20 people were injured.

22 03, 2017

With the Spring comes the snakes…

March 22nd, 2017|Latest News|Comments Off on With the Spring comes the snakes…

Spring is here and that means the snakes are waking up! With the heat rising and agricultural land being developed, snakes are becoming a more common sight in our gardens and in urban areas of Cyprus.

The snakes seek food, water and shelter from the burning sun anywhere they can find it, and that could even be behind your plant pot.

Snakes, most of which are harmless to humans, favour houses with green lawns and swimming pools.

They spend much of their time hunting for lizards and rodents.

In Cyprus there are eight species, with only one breed being considered really dangerous. Here is your guide to the snakes in our neighbourhood.


A slender-necked and broad-headed snake with a total length up to 70-80cm.

It prefers stony areas, sunny rocky slopes, sandy places with bushy plant cover adjacent to roads and ruins and feeds on lizards and small mammals. You can often see it foraging at dawn and dusk, killing its prey with venom, then swallowing.
It has fangs at back of upper jaw and is not dangerous to man.


One of the largest and probably the commonest snake in the Mediterranean region. It is seen as a threat to small game species and farm birds because of it size.


The Whip Snake’s natural habitats are temperate forests, temperate shrubland, Mediterranean-type shrubby vegetation, arable land, pastureland, plantations, rural gardens, and urban areas. Not dangerous to humans.


Typically dark green or brown in colour with a characteristic yellow collar behind the head, which explains the alternative name ringed snake. The colour may also range from grey to black. The underside is lighter in colour and it is harmless to humans.


Not dangerous to humans and will eat a diet made up of rats, mice, birds and lizards. A large Whip Snake measuring three metres was spotted in Paphos several years ago.


A harmless pale brown snake with dark brown diamond-shaped markings along its back.


Also known as the “pink worm snake”, is harmless and not so common.


The “Vipera Lebetina” is a dangerous highly poisonous viper. It is a fat snake, varying in colour with a yellow and horn-like tail-end.

It inhabits terrain with boulders and bushes and hillsides beside streams. It attacks only in defence. If it is disturbed, it hisses loudly and may attack very rapidly.

It is particularly dangerous because when it bites, its teeth remain embedded in the tissue and the movements of the jaw pump large amounts of poison into the wound.

22 03, 2017

Possibility of Paphos – Egypt cruise liner link

March 22nd, 2017|Latest News|Comments Off on Possibility of Paphos – Egypt cruise liner link

The President of the Paphos Chamber of Commerce Andreas Demetriades has said discussions are underway to establish air and sea links with Egypt.

He said that recent discussions with Egyptian officials touched on the possibility of opening direct flights between Paphos and Egypt this year and even a cruise-liner connection.

“But what is a very positive development and perhaps less expected than was the air connection is the issue of a sea link,” said Demetriades. “I raised the question of cruise liners from Egypt to Cyprus, for which Egyptian state officials appeared very positive,” he said.

22 03, 2017

New routes connect Paphos to Israel

March 22nd, 2017|Latest News|Comments Off on New routes connect Paphos to Israel

LOCAL AIRLINE TUS will operate direct flights from Paphos to Israel from this summer.

The new flights to Haifa and Tel Aviv will use Paphos airport, reports the Cyprus News Agency.

Tne airline is expected to run six weekly flights to Haifa, and four weekly flights to Tel Aviv.

22 03, 2017

Day out in Cyprus. Where would you go?

March 22nd, 2017|From the Studio|Comments Off on Day out in Cyprus. Where would you go?

Looking for things to do in Cyprus?

The island boasts a unique mixture of natural coastal beauty combined with some of the world’s best beaches and award winning attractions.

But we are looking for your suggestions for our Top 10 Cyprus attractions! From adrenaline-filled adventures to historic sights and nature trails.

Is it a day at the waterpark in Ayia Napa, or pottering around the historic sites in Paphos? Are you a fan of the Troodos region, or do you love the vibrancy of Limassol?

Do you have a secret favourite place you want to share with us?

What do you think is the best family day out in Cyprus?

Leave your answers on our Facebook timeline! We will be publishing a list of the top- 10 next month!

21 03, 2017

Council anger after thugs uproot new trees, call to find culprits

March 21st, 2017|Latest News|Comments Off on Council anger after thugs uproot new trees, call to find culprits

THE COUNCIL has called for the vandals that recently destroyed newly planted trees in Paphos to be found and punished.

The trees – most of which were saplings, supported by wooden sticks – were uprooted on Archbishop Makarios Avenue in the heart of the commercial center of Paphos.

The vandalism caused anger and despair among locals.

The Municipality of has called on police to identify those responsible and bring them to justice, whilst also taking all necessary measures to prevent similar incidents happening again.

It is understood that police have been examining CCTV footage, which captured some of the vandalism happening.

“Such unacceptable incidents – even isolated cannot be tolerated,” a statement from the council said.

21 03, 2017

Paphos Town Hall to turn blue for Autism event

March 21st, 2017|Latest News|Comments Off on Paphos Town Hall to turn blue for Autism event

THE Cyprus Autism Association is organising marches in Paphos, Nicosia and Limassol next month.

The event dubbed ‘Light It Up Blue’ will take place on April 2, with the march in Paphos ending up at the Town Hall at 7pm.

The idea of the event is to inform the public about autism and raise awareness of the activities of the organisation in Cyprus.

The Town Hall will be illuminated in blue light.

The public are invited to attend, and wear blue clothing to support the occasion.