Discover a selection of 2,500 holiday rentals in Paphos (and vicinity), CY that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo holiday homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including private pool and air conditioning. Prices start at £ 55 per night, and villas and bungalows are popular options for a stay in Paphos (and vicinity). Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Experience the Paphos District in holiday lettings

Reasons to choose Paphos District holiday rentals this year? They ooze from the shadowy Tombs of the Kings in the archaeological dig sites and glimmer with the wave-lapped sands of Agos Georghios and Polis. They creep with the rare sea turtles up the pebbles of the Akamas Peninsula and bubble in the mystic baths of the goddess Aphrodite. They swirl with incense in the Byzantine churches of the Troodos Mountains. They sizzle with the lemon-doused haloumi in the marina cantinas. They sit tight by the poolsides or in the shade of a palm. They party on Bar Street and the beaches.

Things to do

Attractions near Paphos District holiday lettings

The mythical past of Cyprus comes to a head in Paphos District. Glimpses of the babbling waterfall pools where the goddess of love, Aphrodite, is said to have bathed can be had between the fig trees and grottoes of the Akamas Peninsula National Park. So can safaris, with rare sea turtles and sailing trips to lonely coves where there's not another soul in sight. Back in Paphos town, it's all about the vast Paphos Archaeological Park. Even UNESCO has tagged its Roman ruins and Greek villas, its theatres and spooky royal tombs, as outstanding.

Activities

Fun things to do near Paphos District holiday homes

Whether you've bagged yourself a Paphos District holiday rental with a pool or a rustic barn conversion in the herb-scented Troodos hills, this cut-out of western Cyprus promises to crank up the relaxation levels. Hopping beaches is easy – a gorgeous coast road connects Blue Flag spots from Coral Bay all the way to Polis. Hitting the towns for book-reading sessions in marina cafes or evening BBQs of haloumi and hummus is a cinch, too. And that's not even mentioning the slow living of the highland hamlets, where walks in cedar forests are matched by spiritual odysseys to age-old monasteries.

Weather

Best time to travel to Paphos District holiday homes

This far south in the waters of the Med, long summers and short winters are the norm. Skip months like November, December and January to dodge the worst of the rains. It's after those that the mercury starts to creep up, with early springs starting in March and April – perfect for hikers looking for Paphos District holiday rentals in the Troodos. For scorching heat that's great for beach-hopping and swimming, the months of June, July and August are the best. They turn into autumn, with its lovely Indian summers and smaller crowds of visitors.

Natural features

From the cedars to the seas in Paphos District

Paphos starts with the coast and plains, dotted with citrus orchards and olive groves that spill down to Blue Flag inlets like Coral Bay and sandy Latsi. There, you'll find the Akamas Peninsula – a national park where hawksbill turtles are known to walk the pebbles. Next come the hills, hosting many Paphos District holiday rentals with pools and views between their pine woods and oaks. Then there's the high Troodos Mountains. That's rustic to the max, awash with scrublands and snow-gathering peaks around the 1,952-metre-tall Mount Olympus.

Beaches

Beaches near Paphos District holiday homes

Paphos District has an array of beautiful beaches that cater to different travellers. Holiday homes can be found near places like Municipal Baths, a rocky beach with gorgeous waters and wooden decks for sunset views, and Lara Beach, a wild beach accessible by dirt road with sea turtles and other wildlife. There’s also Alykes Beach, a sheltered inlet with sandy shoes and calm waters for swimming and watersports.

Family friendly

Family fun near Paphos District holiday homes

Kids will enjoy the family-friendly attractions in Paphos District. Holiday homes are available near places like Paphos Waterpark, a family-friendly waterpark with slides, a wave pool, children’s area and a lazy river, and Pafos Zoo, an animal park with an array of wildlife species. You could also visit Avakas Gorge, a scenic nature trail through a dramatic canyon with water views and native wildlife.

How many holiday rentals are available around Paphos (and vicinity)?

Our 2021 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 2,688 holiday lettings around Paphos (and vicinity). From 1,731 villas to 58 bungalows, find unique self catering accommodation for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends for a long holiday or a weekend break.