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All reviews amazing mosaics well worth a visit mosaic floors large site archaeological park vending machine preserved mosaics under cover couple of hours huge area few hours world heritage site entrance fee wild flowers ancient history bottle of water sun cream
A must visit attraction if in the Paphos area. Relatively inexpensive and could spend a few hours going round place. Choose a cloudy day to visit. Can be very hot. Make sure you have plenty of water with you. The quality of mosaics that have...More
Definitely worth visiting, lots of walking, sensible shoes needed and plenty of water even though there are vending machines around the park. The park is very big and not a lot of shade, so a hat would be advisable. The mosaics were amazing!
I have visited several times and never feel bored. The mosaics are still stunning.If sunny and hot wear a hat,take water and wear proper shoes as to see some mosaics you need to climb up and down steps.
We visited the park when on holidays in Paphos this year and the mosaics that have been uncovered in the park are just amazing! If you like a wee bit of history the park is well worth a visit but make sure you take something...More
Interesting and worth a look even if you’re not a complete history buff. Some really well preserved mosaics and archaeological sites. Won’t keep most kids entertained for long though. Be prepared for plenty walking around in hot sun, there is some limited shade around and...More
This is an excellent historical site. It covers a wide timeline from the mosaics which date from Roman times and before up to the castle built on the site in approx. 1500 AD. The mosaics are recognised as being some of the best preserved in...More
Myself and my partner visited the Paphos Archeological Site yesterday and what a magical place it is.
It is full of surreal ruins of houses named after Greek mythological characters and goes on for what seems forever!
The sheer vastness of it is unbelievable.