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Why Fly to Paphos?
Many visitors travel to Paphos to spend their days relaxing on the beach or by the pool, and their nights in the town’s many bars, restaurants, nightclubs and English-style pubs. There are also a number of good family-friendly attractions including an aquarium and water park. Venture beyond the crowds and you can explore nearby archaeological sights and peaceful coves. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Paphos.
Flying to Paphos from the UK
Direct flights to Paphos depart from a number of UK airports including London Gatwick, Heathrow, Manchester, Luton, Birmingham, East Midlands, Glasgow International, Newcastle and Bournemouth. From other airports it is possible to get one-stop flights to Paphos. For example, selected Edinburgh flights go via London Heathrow.The cheapest flights are often direct. If there is no direct flight to Paphos, consider flying to Larnaca, which is approximately 125kms away.
From London Gatwick, a direct flight to Paphos takes approximately 4.5 hours.
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Which Airlines Fly to Paphos?
A good number of charter and low-cost airlines fly to Paphos meaning it is sometimes possible to find cheap flights. easyJet fly from London Gatwick, Luton, Bristol and Manchester. Flythomascook.com have flights to Paphos departing from airports including London Gatwick, Manchester, Stansted, Bristol, Cardiff, Birmingham, Newcastle, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Thomson flights offer direct flights to Paphos from a number of airports, as does Cyprus Airways.
Mini Travel Guide to Paphos
Paphos is split into two neighbourhoods: Ktima and Kato Paphos. Kato Paphos is the more touristy of the two and is home to many souvenir shops, restaurants, bars, hotels and apartments. Hillside Ktima, a couple of kilometers away is the old centre of Paphos and although quieter, still has a number of attractions and accommodation options.
Said to be the birthplace of Aphrodite, Paphos is a place of history, legend and mythology. Important archaeological sights abound and it is possible to visit forts, tombs and a vast archaeological park containing fine mosaics.
Paphos also has several attractions to keep children entertained. The Paphos Aphrodite Waterpark has plenty of slides and pools to splash around in and there are buses departing from Ktima and Kato Paphos. Other family attractions include a bird park, aquarium and amusement park.
Sport and leisure activities in Paphos include golf, cycling, boat trips and fishing. There are also some good dive sites to explore.