Paphos Flights GuidePaphos (also called Pafos), an ancient city on the Cyprian Mediterranean, is a seaside town recently named a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its collection of impressive ancient ruins dating back to ancient Hellenic times and including four intricate Roman villas. The city also features a Byzantine castle and the scenic Sea Caves of Paphos, nearby.
Paphos boasts the Paphos International Airport, just 10km outside of the city. Operational Limassol Port serves a limited number of passenger bearing ships around the Mediterranean, but the best way in and out of the isolated Cyprian town is undoubtedly via plane to nearby cities such as Istanbul or even via Italy.
The temperatures in Paphos reflect a mild, Mediterranean climate. Summer months never seen rain (though humidity can sometimes be in the 80th percentile) and winter months very seldom produce snow, except in the hills to the north. Though winter is mild, those seeking a beach-side layout should consider the summer months their best choice. Travel in the winter should be more focused on sightseeing (including hiking) than lying out in the sun, but boasts great opportunities to see the city in a calmer state.
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