2 and a half hours in Paphos. What to do and see.

Want to see everything that Paphos has to offer in 2 and a half hours? Well, you may be thinking that this would be impossible, and usually, it would be, however, if youíre travelling by segway you can actually see all the best sites this city has to offer in just 2 and a half hours! A segway tour is the perfect way to start your visit to Paphos, youíll get an overview of all the beautiful sites and you can make note of those youíd like to visit again for a longer duration. On the other hand, a segway tour is also a great finale on your final days of your trip to Paphos.


The fun way to see all the beautiful attractions

Hop on a segway and ride your way in style around some of the most amazing sites in the city. There are far too many to list them all, but here are just some of the highlights of the 2 and a half hour Paphos Segway Tour.

The Medieval Fort of Paphos

For a trip back in time, the Medieval Fort of Paphos on the edge of Paphos harbour is a must-see. This listed building is one of the most distinctive sites of Paphos and a stroll inside can be a welcome escape from the midday sun.

The charming fishing Harbour

Watch the local fishermen unload the catch of the day and take in the stunning views across the Mediterranean Sea.


The coastal path along the Kato Paphos Archeological Park

This route is full of interesting things to see, donít miss the mosaics! Itís a great track to walk, but itís much more fun on a segway!

The Early Christian Basilica of Panagia Chrysopolitissa/Ayia Kyriaki Church

This site of historical interest dates back to the 13th century. Some of the detailed mosaic floor is still visible today.

Paulís Pillar

Still standing within the ruins of the basilica is St. Paulís Pillar. It is believed that Saint Paul was tied to this pillar and flogged before the Roman governor Paulus was converted to Christianity.


The Paphos Lighthouse

Built in 1888 during the British Administration, this lighthouse protected ships travelling through the Suez Canal to the colonies. It stands at 20m high and the light, which is still working today, can be seen from 17 nautical miles away.


The Ancient Theatre

Partially built into the hillside, this ancient theatre has revealed many interesting archaeological finds over the years with items dating back to the third and fourth centuries!


The medieval Ottoman baths

Built in medieval times, these stone vaulted baths originally consisted of three rooms. An undressing room, a warm room and a hot room. The baths are a UNESCO listed site and have been restored, now housing the Paphos Municipal Cultural Centre and museum.


The magnificent Shoreline of Limanaki and Kato Paphos

Thereís nothing that will lift the spirits more than a breathtaking view on your segway tour and this shoreline will certainly take your breath away!


The ancient city walls

During your tour youíll also get some great views of the ancient city walls that once surrounded the entire city.

To ensure you see all these amazing sites, and more, book your Paphos Segway Tour today.

An interesting and entertaining tour, and a great fun ride all in one!