Paphos is a cultural city with lots to do and see. Boasting with UNESCO sites, ancient castles, historic tombs and monuments, precious ruins, inspiring museums and scenic beaches every jetsetter is spoilt for choice! Take a peek at 5 top landmarks and attractions Paphos has to offer!
Although the idyllic holiday you have in mind is lying on a beach by one of Louis Hotels with a cocktail in hand in Paphos, the cultural hub showcases many landmarks you must visit. We have put together 5 most top landmarks you must add to your sightseeing bucket list next time you are holidaying in Paphos.
Mykonos Town, also known as Chora, is the island’s capital city. The town is characterised as a bundle of charismatic sea-washed white houses with blue doors and windows! The sight of the houses is amazing and creates the sense you have been added into a pretty postcard. The town is made up of narrow winding alleys waiting to be explored. On every corner visitor’s find a surprise, tiny chapels, charming shops, art galleries and tiny cafes.
Zakynthos, the magical Ionian Island, boasts with sights and interesting landmarks to visit provides its visitors many things to do and places to visit, the basic ingredients for an unforgettable holiday! The island is well-known for its golden sandy beaches and turquoise waters, rich culture and tradition! Let’s take a look at 3 top landmarks everyone should visit when holidaying in Zakynthos!
The warm Cyprus climate, the all-year-round sunshine and the soil of the Mediterranean, add a warm and homely character to the Cyprus Breakfast. The golden-brown breads and pastries, the nuts, the amber coloured honey, embrace the warmth of the earth, reflect the light of the sun, and bring a wealth of intimacy to every breakfast table.