How to spend 48 hours in Paphos

It’s the era of the mini break! There’s nothing better than getting away from it all for a couple of days, to refresh the mind and spend some quality time with your loved ones in a beautiful setting. In this modern world many of us are just so busy! Stress levels are high, and work commitments can often mean that we can’t take off any great length of time to take a break. However, a weekend away can do us the world of good, and Paphos is the perfect place to visit for a short break. While there’s enough to see and do in Paphos to fill a fortnight, you really can get the most out of your 48 hours with some careful planning.

Get your itinerary at the ready and plan in advance. Of course you can change your plans when you get there, but if you have an idea of what you want to do within your time frame, having a plan to follow will ensure you get the very best from your time in Paphos. Here are just some suggestions for how to plan your break…

 

Day 1

Morning

Take a stroll around the old town. This is the perfect time to pick up your souvenirs in the local market. If you’re self catering, you can stock up on the freshest local fruits and vegetables too. Don’t forget to pick up a cheeky bottle of local wine too, it’s been produced in Paphos for more than 6000 years!

 

Afternoon

There’s a great afternoon of family fun to be had at the Paphos Aphrodite Waterpark. The kids will love it and it’s the perfect way to cool down when the sun reaches its peak. It’s centrally located, near to several hotels so you won’t be spending much time travelling to and from the park. With everything from high adrenaline slides for the thrill seekers, to the relaxing lazy river ride, it’s an afternoon the whole family can enjoy.

 

Evening

Treat yourself and sit down to some delicious local Meze. Pick a local taverna and enjoy the tasty dishes, carefully selected and brought to your table one by one. You’ll have locally grown olives, fresh breads with traditional Greek dips, and then a selection of dishes. The seafood in Paphos is divine, but don’t miss out on the gorgeous kebabs either.

 

Day 2

Morning

Take a segway tour taking in the Medieval Fort of Paphos, the harbour and the Paphos mosaics. If you’re a fan of historical sites, you certainly won’t be disappointed in Paphos. There are so many sites of important historical interest, you would struggle to see them on a short break, but by taking a Paphos segway tour, you can see them all much faster than you possibly could on foot. If other members of your family are not quite so thrilled by history, the fun of the segway ride will more than make up for it!

Afternoon

Every holiday to Paphos should include some time to relax on the beach. You had a busy morning seeing the sites, so take a trip to one of the beautiful beaches. Pick the beach closest to your hotel or villa to save even more time. In Paphos, it really doesn’t matter which beach you choose as they are all magnificent! Take a picnic and save time on eating on. Simply eat while you chill out on the golden sands!

 

Evening

For your final evening in Paphos, why not take it easy before your trip home. You’ve already seen and done so much, you can afford to relax. Crack open that bottle of wine you bought at the market, and sit on your balcony to watch the stunning sunset. A sunset in Paphos beats anything you can see back home!

 

You can’t fail to enjoy a mini break in Paphos

In just 48 hours you’ll make a lifetime of memories in Paphos. You’ll be surprise what you can pack into two days, it really is enough time to have a lot of fun, as well as taking time out to relax, unwind and de-stress. All ready to return home with a brighter, more positive outlook on life.

To ensure your place on a Paphos Segway Tour, book now. We promise it will be the highlight of your trip!