1 Roman Mosaics, Pafos
Some of the most perfectly preserved Roman mosaics in the world.
2 Shopping in Ktima Pafos
All the fun of the bazaar, in a warren of roofed narrow streets in Pafos old town.
3 Geroskipou Folk Art Museum
One of the best folk museums on the island – a terrific glimpse into the past of ordinary Cypriots.
4 Aphrodite’s birthplace
A fine beach, so photogenic it appears widely on tourist literature, which has a rich crop of mythical associations.
5 Agios Neofytos Monastery
Not only an excellent example of a Greek Orthodox monastery, but with a fascinating back story and a museum to boot.
6 The Grivas Museum
An illuminating if one-sided introduction to the EOKA leader and his campaign against the British.
7 Akamas Peninsula
Empty, unspoilt hills and beaches, coastal vistas and numerous marked hiking trails.
With its pretty fishing port, Lakki, Polis is a reminder of how Pafos district used to be, before the motorway and the airport arrived.