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Someone ever referred to Paphos saying, "it's not a place, it's a feeling." And how much reason is in this sentence... On the west coast of Cyprus, Paphos is an ideal place to meet the history, culture, sports, nature, and the most entertaining of the Mediterranean.
After many years, the Archaeological Museum of Paphos opens its doors to the public
Finally, the Archaeological Museum of Paphos opened its doors after a long work of renovations and improvements. It should be remembered that the museum has been closed since 2016, and the project was delayed due to a dispute between the mayor of the city, Phedonas Phedonos, and the department of antiquities.
Zoo's in Cyprus
Cyprus has several reserves and zoos: Paphos Zoo, Limassol Zoo, and Camel Park. Visiting them is a great plan, especially when you do it as a family. Here we tell you what they are and what is the highlight of each of them. Today, zoos are no longer just entertainment venues and serve essential functions in the conservation of species. They have adapted their structure to teach their visitors about conservationism, creating greater awareness about the plant's preservation. Also, they are centers for animal rescue and genetic conservation, among other qualities.
Kato Paphos Archaeological Park
The Paphos Archaeological Park (also Kato Paphos Archaeological Park) contains most of an important ancient Greek and Roman city. Paphos is located on a small peninsula on the southwestern coast of Cyprus, protected on its northern slopes by the Troodos Mountains. Still, under excavation, the park is situated in the Nea Pafos ("New Paphos") section of the coastal city.
Baths of Aphrodite where the goddess met her love Adonis
When we talk about Cyprus, the first things that come to mind are the sun, the beach, summer, nature, and of course, the goddess of beauty, Aphrodite.
The green turtles and the loggerheads: Turtles species in Lara Beach
Away from the large tourist and commercial areas, Lara Beach is a spectacular piece of uninhabited coastline, full of wild corners. Protected by calcareous rocks, the sand on this beach is soft and fine. It is a magical place at dusk, which must be walked carefully due to the latent danger of stepping on any of the turtle nests that abound on the beach. Lara Beach is one of the two great enclaves where green turtles go to feed and lay their eggs.
A dog park is needed in every district of Cyprus
What is a dog park and why do we need them in all Cyprus districts? Dog parks are essential spaces for pets to exercise and have fun. For now, they favour the dog’s development and mental balance, thus avoiding aggressive behaviours.
The story behind Aphrodite’s birthplace
In the southwest of Cyprus, there is a town full of stories and multiple attractions, typical of the charm that Greek mythology offers us. Of Phoenician origin -although the region was inhabited since the Neolithic-, Paphos is considered the birthplace of Aphrodite, a Greek deity who represents beauty, sensuality and love.