There are no end of activities to enjoy in the local area. Whether you’re a landlubber or a sea creature, you certainly won’t get bored. As well as archaelogy and historic sites, you can find museums and parks catering to
There are two excellent golf courses nearby and more further down the coastline.
‘The Tsada Golf Club is 15 minutes from Tala Village. The course, set in the grounds of a 12th century monastery, was created by Donald Steel. It plays to a par 72 and measures 6060m. The golf course is 550m above sea level, ensuring cool breezes during the summer months. The club house includes a bar, restaurant, tennis, outdoor swimming pool, driving range, and putting green. Tel: +357 26 642774/5
The Secret Valley Golf Course is a highly prestigious golf course located by the renowned area of “Petra tou Romiou”, the legendary birthplace of Aphrodite, the Goddess of love. It is set in a scenic valley surrounded by mature trees and beautiful natural rock formations. Consistently appearing as the preferred course amongst the island’s visiting players in terms of sheer playability and enjoyment. Tel: + 357 26 27 4000
The Aphrodite Water Park is located at the easter end of the Kato Paphos coastal road. It offers a wide and varied selection of rides, attractions and facilities within 35,000 sq.m of natural landscaped grounds.
There are a number of dive schools in the Paphos and Coral Bay area catering for beginners to experienced divers. Why not visit the Zenobia wreck – one of the top ten wreck dives worldwide?
If you’re coming in the cooler months, did you know Cyprus has a ski resort in the Troodos mountains? Find out more at http://www.skicyprus.com/
Pony Trekking? Bike rides? Segway Tours? If you fancy getting around using slightly different transportation, you’re spoilt for choice. Visit the Paphos tourist information site for more ideas.