Tour of Paphos with attending to the Church of St. George, the Sea Caves in Peyia, the Kathikas Winery, Polis, Latchi and the baths of Aphrodite.

Tour duration - 5 hours
Tour price: up to 4 people - 150 euros / up to 6 people - 180 euros


  • Basilica with a beautiful mosaic floor
  • Church of St. George
The tour starts in the small fishing village of St. George, which is known for its fish restaurants. This is a great opportunity for gourmets to enjoy the freshest dishes of see food that is delivered to restaurants directly from the sea.

In St. George you can visit the ruins of early Christian basilicas from the 6th century. One of them has preserved majestic marble columns, beautiful mosaic floors with geometric patterns and images of animals, birds and fish. You can also visit the church of St. George with stunning views of the beach and the sea. The Church of St. George is part of the UNESCO World Heritage. Like an oasis in the middle of the desert it opens the doors to tired travelers.


  • Coastline with natural rocky caves
  • Snorkeling
  • Paphos Bird and Animal Park
  • Riding stables
The tour will further take you to the area of the Sea Caves, located near the Church of St. George. This place is famous for its landscapes: white rocks and grottoes, rocky arches and cozy bays. There are many natural rock caves along the coastline, making this place ideal for scuba diving and snorkelling. You should be careful when visiting the caves, there are curtain walls above the water and collapses are often observed. Since there is no equipped descent, you need to be careful, especially if you are on a tour with small children. The caves have a small but cozy beach. Some caves can be reached even if you are not capable of swimming, and inside of it you can get out of the sun. Sea caves are an unusually picturesque place, especially at sunset time.

The Paphos Aviary Park is known for its daily parrot show. A giraffe, an elephant, monkeys, a lion, a tiger, a camel, reptiles and many birds, on which the main accent is put, reside there. Horse riding enthusiasts should definitely visit the stables and ride. The park has places for recreation, entertainment for children, a souvenir shop.


  • City center
  • Walk around the village, visit to a cafe
  • Peyia Vrysi
The next stop of the tour is the village of Peyia. This large and welcoming village is nestled among the rocky hills that provide a perfect natural backdrop for this picturesque area of Paphos coastline. Peyia is full of incredible charm: narrow streets with traditional white houses stretch along the hills, where stylish restaurants and modern hotels are situated. The old harmoniously interacts with the new, the Greek culture exists side by side with the British, but the traditional way of the village - with the quality of service.

In the center you can see town hall, church, police station and several small shops, restaurants and banks. Thanks to its hillside location, a magnificent view of Coral Bay and Paphos opens up for tourists. Also you can enjoy a pleasant walk through the village and refreshing drinks in one of many cafes there.

Then we will visit one of the most famous historical fountains in Cyprus - Vrysi ton Pegiotisson. The inhabitants of Cyprus composed poetry and songs about this fountain. In the past, villagers had to fetch water from a local spring or "vrysi".

Once upon a time, it was at this fountain that residents met, romantic dates were appointed, and it was the coziest place not only in Peyia, but throughout Cyprus. This spot especially attracted young residents of the village, who got together there to watch young girls draw water in their red clay jugs. It is said that the spring water of the fountain made girls beautiful, and several songs were written about the Vry si, one of which "Woman Peyia’s Spring" is still sung nowadays. Vrysi is still visible, although interest in this place is gradually fading and it is no longer visited as often. However, newlyweds often choose the place for their wedding ceremonies.


After visiting the village of Peyia, the tour will take you further into the mountains to the village of Kathikas and the Kathikas winery, known as the Vasilikon winery. The Vasilikon Winery, owned by the Kyriakides brothers, is one of the first local wineries in Cyprus. Vasilikon is the only winery in Cyprus that since its foundation has focused on only two types of wines that remain the best in their category. The white wine "Vasilikon" and the red wine "Agios Onoufrios" have been among the best wine brands for the last eight years as wines for daily consumption. In addition to the incredible taste and aroma, you will be pleasantly surprised by the value for money. Wine tasting takes place on the terrace with a cozy interior, panoramic windows and a gorgeous view of the Akamas Peninsula. Next to the tasting room is a wine museum, which anyone interested can visit.


  • Archaeological Museum
  • Church of St. Andronicus
  • Shopping in the center of Polis
  • Polis Chrysochous Municipal Beach
Moving on to another part of the Paphos area, the tour will lead you to the resort town of Polis Chrysochous. The Polis area has a remarkable history spanning 3,000 years. The local population, besides tourism, is engaged in fishing and agriculture. Polis is also unrivalled for its yachting. We suggest that you visit the Museum of Marion-Arsinoe with a collection of archaeological finds and exhibits, telling about the city-state of Marion, the predecessor of Polis, which existed in the Neolithic era. The museum collection is exhibited in three halls. If you are interested in the Byzantine history of the country, we recommend visiting the Church of St. Andronicus, located near the traditional Polis Square, and admire the magnificent frescoes of the 16th century.

As you stroll through the city, you can't help but admire the old Classical Revival buildings. The center of Polis, with its restored stone buildings, is a pedestrian zone. The cobbled square with numerous cafes, bars and restaurants is a particularly lively place, full of life from morning to evening throughout the year. Taverns, cafes, souvenir shops are opened even in winter and never empty.

Polis Beach is located close to the village square that allows a comfortable and easy access and makes it the most visited beach in Polis town. This is a sandy beach, sometimes mixed with pebbles, with a length of about 1.5 kilometers. On the beach you can do water sports, rent a sun lounger and an umbrella. The wide coastline of the beach, clean and warm coastal waters, rental shops, cafes, the presence of lifeguards - all this attracts not only tourists, but also local residents to rest. The beach has a shaded wooded area which is used as a camping site, especially popular during Cypriot public holidays.


  • Harbor of Polis
  • Fish taverns
The fishing village of Latchi is located on the picturesque Akamas peninsula, near the town of Polis. Latchi is a beautiful harbor of Polis, known throughout Cyprus as a place where you can enjoy the freshest fish and seafood in buzz taverns. If you are fed up with bustle and noise of the resort, Latchi is the perfect place for you. There you will find calm and secluded places where you can have a moment alone with nature and your own thoughts.


  • Akamas Peninsula
  • Pure nature
  • Legendary location
The last stop of the tour is on the Akamas peninsula at the landmark known as the Baths of Aphrodite

The Akamas Peninsula is a popular eco-tourism destination. Akamas is famous for its quiet bays, rocks, cliffs, forests with the rarest representatives of flora and fauna.

Baths of Aphrodite is a place filled with love and peace, an incredibly attractive corner of nature. This is where that the tragic and beautiful love story of Aphrodite and Adonis began. Legend has it that after bathing in the waters of the bay, the mythological goddess Aphrodite climbed the hill to bathe in a pool fed by a freshwater mountain spring. Water was dripping into the pool down the slope of a shady grotto, over which a fig tree was hanging. This place became known as the Baths of Aphrodite. It was where Adonis saw and fell in love with her while hunting in the Akamas forest.

The bay of Fountain Amorosa is also one of the attractions of Akamas and the Paphos region as a whole. The Italian poet Ariosto wrote a poem about the area and its waters.

Another myth is the love story between the mythical Byzantine hero Digenis Akritas and the queen of Cyprus known as Regina. The ruins of an old monastery in the meadow in the heart of Akamas with a giant oak tree and a bubbling spring are known as Pyrgos tis Rigainas, or the Queen's castle, are associated with this love story.

The Akamas Peninsula is a must-see destination. Here you will enjoy the beauty of nature and stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Gourmets can savor their meal at the popular open-air restaurant "Last Castle" (Viklari Castle), located on a hilltop that offers a wonderful view of the Akamas peninsula. The view from this restaurant is considered to be one of the best in Cyprus, and you will understand why: breathtaking scenery of pristine beaches and the beauty of the deep blue sea surrounded by fruit plantations will open up to your eyes.

Tour duration - 5 hours
Tour price: up to 4 people - 150 euros / up to 6 people - 180 euros
Please note that prices shown are based on transfer from Paphos. If you need to be picked up from another location, please contact us.