Local Attractions

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best attractions that
Paphos has to offer


The island

of Cyprus

Steeped in over 10,000 years of history and culture, the exquisite island of Cyprus has many beautiful treasures to uncover, and a glorious climate, perfect for sun seekers and more adventurous visitors. The west coast offers visitors a wealth of history, culture and relaxation. Visit the ancient Roman mosaics; follow the mythical trail of Aphrodite; experience the traditional villages in the Troodos Mountains; explore the wilderness of the Akamas; and relax on one of the many blue flag beaches lining the coast.

Leisure Activities


Not far from the Coral Bay and a 10 minute drive from the Capital Coast Resort is the Pafos Bird & Animal Park. Originally developed by Mr. Christos Christoforou to house his private bird collection, the Park has been expanded over 3 years to accommodate a wide range of parrots, giraffes, turtles, snakes, cockatoos and other animals, as well as to highlight the importance of caring for and conserving all forms of animal life.
Today, the park includes over 300 species and types of animals and includes an Amphitheatre for educational events. Parrot and Owl shows are held to education the public on the incredible agility and intelligence of these birds.
An excursion to the Bird and Animal Park is a fantastic way to spend the morning or afternoon in the Paphos area. Contact our Hotel Reception Desk for more information.


Most areas of the coastline offer water sports of all types. A trip to Coral Bay for a day of sand castle building and water sports is a must. From the notorious pedal-o to double jet-skis this sandy beach has it all.
There are many certified dive centres within the Pafos area offering lessons, and guided dives in the Mediterranean Sea. With an abundance of wrecks and wildlife to seek out you can be sure that your dive will be memorable. Moreover during the week we offer free lessons in our hotel swimming pool by ABC Dive Cyprus center.


Aphrodite’s waterpark is located in the tourist area of Pafos and is home to rides such as the lazy river, kamikaze, and lots of rides for smaller children. It is a perfect place for all ages. Furthermore Fassouri waterpark which is located in Limassol and it is one of the best waterparks in Cyprus.

Pafos Castle


Tombs of the Kings are just next to Capital Coast Resort & Spa. The “Tombs of the Kings” are situated close to the sea in the north western necropolis of Pafos (Paphos). They owe their name to their size and splendour – some probably belonged to the Pafian aristocracy, and not because royalty was buried there. They are rock cut and date to the Hellenistic and early Roman periods. Some of them imitate the houses of the living, with the rooms (here the burial chambers) opening onto a peristyle atrium. They are similar to tombs found in Alexandria, demonstrating the close relations between the two cities during the Hellenistic period.
Medieval Castle of Paphos is just 5-10 minuets drive from Capital Coast Resort & Spa. Pafos castle was originally a Byzantine fort built to protect the harbour. It was rebuilt by the Lusignans in the 13th century, dismantled by the Venetians in 1570 during the Ottoman invasion and rebuilt by the Ottomans after they captured the island in the 16th century. Originally, this role was served by the Saranta Kolones fort, the ruins of which lie a few hundred meters to the north. During its long history, the Pafos Castle was used, as well as for protection, as prison cells, and even as a storage area for salt when the island was a British colony. In 1935 it was declared an ancient monument and today is considered as one of the hallmarks of the Pafos region.
Ancient Theater is also 5-10 minuets drive from Capital Coast Resort & Spa.
The theatre at Pafos in western Cyprus lies in the north-eastern corner of the ancient town, diagonally opposite the harbour. It seems to have been built early in the life of the town, in the last years of the fourth century BC.
It seems to show close links with the architecture of Alexandria, as one would expect given that Pafos was the Ptolemaic capital of the island, and there is every chance that it reflects the style of the theatre of Alexandria, which is no longer preserved.
It seems to show several features that are important to the evolution of ancient theatre design, not least its semicircular form.

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