Archaeological Park of Paphos

The Archaeological Park is one of the most important archaeological sites in Cyprus. Nikoklis, the last King of Palaipaphos, decided to move the town from its old location to the current (near the port) on the late 5th to early 4th century BC. Paphos became the capital of Cyprus in the 2nd century BC and it remained like this until the 4th century AD.

The Archaeological Park includes four houses: Dionysos, Theseus, Aionas and Orpheus, with mosaic floors which depict scenes from the Greek mythology, the Odeon, the Asklepion, the Agora, the city walls and the remains of the Byzantine castle. The park has been proclaimed a World Heritage site by UNESCO.

Open hours

  • From September 16th to April 15th: Monday - Sunday, 08:30 - 17:00 
  • From April 16th to September 15th: Monday - Sunday, 08:30 - 19:30 

Admission: 4,50

* There is a 20% reduction to the abovementioned prices for groups over 10 people participating in an organized excursion. Also, there are entry coupons for a full day for € 8,50, for three days for € 17,00 and for seven days for € 25,00.

Kato Paphos, Paphos, Cyprus
+357 26930521