Paphos, or Pafos, is a Cyprus town found in the South Western portion of the country. It is considered the birthplace of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess. Paphos has two divisions – the upper part is the business area while the lower part is home to various inns and popular points of interest.
The Tombs of Kings is the burial place of wealthy people and high ranking government officials. The tombs are huge and made from solid rock carvings which amaze visitors. The Tala Village in Paphos, though traditional, is where recommended dining spots are found. The Paphos Archaeological Park is also a famous attraction because of its two Roman villas: the House of Theseus and the House of Dionysos, both showcasing very creative mosaics. Kids and adults alike will also love going to the Paphos Aphrodite Water Park which has a variety of slides, pools that have wave machines for that ‘beach feel' and the like. There is a gamut of Paphos tourist sites that entice countless people to the area.