On the outskirts of Paphos there are many villages that are popular for retirement, holiday, or family homes. Here at iListers, we have listed locations of all the villages so you can easily learn about them. As location is a key factor in choosing a property, we just want to ensure that you choose the right property in the right spot for the kind of lifestyle you have always dreamt of. If Paphos isn’t the place for you, then perhaps something like the villages clubs could be up your street. We let you know more about the highlights of the villages and also about what makes them special no matter if you opt for a traditional and quiet village or prefer a larger and more bustling one.
Emba is the first village you come across when you leave Paphos to the north. When you go past Emba, you will visit Chloraka, a popular village with its taverns, amenities, and properties offering great see views. Then you will see Lemba village that is home to Lemba Art College. After Lemba, there is a village called Kissonerga. It is possible to access Emba, Chloraka, and Lemba villages either through the Tombs of the Kings road in Kato Paphos or via Paphos town. In either direction, you will reach to the stretch of Coral Bay road taking you to Peyia and Coral Bay itself. A bit farther than the stretch, you will find the Sea Caves and Agios Georgios area both of which are home to various luxurious and exclusive properties.
To the south of Paphos, there are many newly developed areas. The villages you will visit after leaving Paphos to the airport are Yeroskipou, Timi, Koloni, Mandria, Anarita, Secret Valley, Kouklia, Aphrodite Hills, and Pissouri.
The villages of Konia, Armou, Episkopi, and Marathounda are located in the eastern part of Paphos. Following the Polis road and to the northeast of Paphos, you will visit the villages of Mesogi, Chorio, Tala, Tsada, Tremithousa, Polemi and Koili. Finally, the quaint villages of Kathikas and Droushia are located Paphos and Polis.