Winter hours (16th September – 15th April): 8.30 – 17.00
Summer hours (16th April – 15th September): 8.30 – 19.30
Tomb of the Kings
These architectural ruins, the “Tomb of the Kings” were the place where higher administrative officers and distinguished personalities and their families were buried. These impressively decorative underground tombs date back to the fourth century BC and are a spectacular sight!
Kato Paphos Archaeological Park
This is a magnificient archaelogical site exhibiting some wonderful mosaics including the House of Dionysos, the House of Aoin, the House of Theseus and the House of Orpheus. The site is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list and includes sites and monuments from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages, whilst most remains dated to the Roman period.
The marvellous mosaic floors of four Roman villas from the impressive epicentre of the finds. The complex includes other important monuments, such as the Asklipieion, the Odeion, the Agora, the “Sa4ranta Kolones” (Forty Columns) Fortress, the “Limeniotissa” Ruins of early Christian Basilica and the “Tomb of the Kings”. The best way to view the site is by the wooden walk ways with viewing platforms, however, these are not suitable for those in wheelchairs. There is a small museum, free parking outside the venue, toilet and refreshment facilities.
Pafos District Museum
This museum exhibits a number of archaeological objects selected from interesting sites of the Pafos District area from the Pre and Historic Periods. The Pafos District Museum is located on Griva Digenis Street at the towns entrance, see their webite for more information.