Baths of Aphrodite

Baths of Aphrodite

As legend has it, the Goddess of Love used to bathe in a small grotto near Polis, now known as the Baths of Aphrodite. Shaded by a fig tree and surrounded by a backcloth of sweet-smelling wild flowers, this idyllic pond is where she met her beloved Adonis. This unspoilt area is perfect hiking territory.
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  • Glasgow Intl, Sat 23 Mar 2019
  • 7 Nights, Bed and Breakfast
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

Anassa

Polis and Latchi, Paphos Area

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2.8 Km to Baths of Aphrodite

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Adonis Trail

Adonis Trail

Polis and Latchi, Paphos Area

This circular hiking trail is about 7.5-kilometres long and runs past a number of noteworthy sights. Discover the Queen’s Tower along with a 500-year-old oak tree near to the ruins, and the Baths of Aphrodite....

0.2 Km to Baths of Aphrodite - Map

Asprokremmos Beach

Asprokremmos Beach

Polis and Latchi, Paphos Area

Asprokremmos Beach is a golden curl of sand situated in front of the Anassa Hotel. Not only does it flaunt calm waters in a palette of green and blue that a peacock would be proud of, it’s also an area of...

2.7 Km to Baths of Aphrodite - Map

Akamas Peninsula

Akamas Peninsula

Polis and Latchi, Paphos Area

The Akamas Peninsula’s unique selling point is its raw, enchanting beauty. A world away from the island’s party hubs, the northwest tip of Cyprus is home to a medley of wildlife, including chameleons,...

4.4 Km to Baths of Aphrodite - Map