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Tombs of the Kings 

If you are looking for somewhere to live in Paphos where you won’t necessarily need a car because you prefer to either walk or jump on a bus, then The Tombs of the Kings area will be ideal for you.

In an enviable position, just off one of the main thoroughfares in Kato Paphos, you can easily walk to all the essentials you need – including supermarkets, newsagents, restaurants, cafes, banks, garden centres, nurseries, schools, hairdressers, launderettes, bakeries, butchers, doctors, dentists and opticians. 

What’s more, a private medical clinic is very close by, and The General Hospital is only about 10 minutes away. 

Paphos airport is approximately 25-30 minutes drive. And, we’re reliably told that very shortly, the popular new airport bus service will be available in this area – and for only a few euros per journey. That has to be another plus for both you and your visitors!

It’s not surprising that living is here very popular. Being centrally located between the tourist area and harbour, Paphos Old Town and Coral Bay, it’s an ideal location for most.

The Kings Road and the seafront, (where you will find the harbour and its abundance of restaurants) are only a 10 minute walk away, as is the famous Paphos “Old Town” where you will find the municipal markets and a large selection of shops, cafes, restaurants and more. 

Best of all, it’s very easy to take a stroll out for dinner in this area and not have to worry about driving back - as you can easily walk, hop on a bus or if you prefer, catch a taxi.

If you are looking to retire here, there are quiet spots to live - but there are also an abundance of holiday homes. So, if you are looking to live here permanently, let us help you seek out the perfect place for you. There are plenty of residential “secret hideaways” we know about!

Many hotel and office workers also reside in this area as they can walk to work; it’s just so convenient. The area is a real mix of nationalities and of course, like everywhere in Cyprus, you will find it very friendly. 

The Tombs of the Kings historic site, a very popular tourist attraction and the main landmark for the area, is only a kilometre away and steeped in history, dating from 300 BC. The Tombs are very impressive and are reached by stairs that lead into sunken courts, which are surrounded by columns carved from rock. The burial site no longer has any “hidden treasures” - but there’s still a very powerful sense of stillness and mystery when you visit.

As this area is very close to the sea, you should expect the weather to be much warmer here in the winter compared to areas higher up in the mountains. However, in the summer, this area does get very humid. This is particularly noticeable in July and August – and is a time when you will definitely need your air-conditioning on.

All in all – a great location to live!


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