Paphos properties

Paphos properties for sale? Paphos is a city on the southwest part of the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. Populated since Neolithic times, it has several temples relating to the cult of goddess Aphrodite, whose mythical birthplace was at Old Paphos (Kouklia). New Paphos is the modern city that incorporates the harbor, and the ancient ruins of tombs, fortresses, theaters and villas at Paphos Archaeological Park.

Firstly, it is important to point out that when selling property in Cyprus there are certain regulations and legislation that must be followed, protecting both buyer and seller. We will explain all the legalities with you and help you understand exactly what’s involved when selling real estate.

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History lovers shouldn’t miss Paphos’ Archaeological Museum, which contains an extensive collection of finds from excavations in the local area. Here, you’ll find a well-thought out display of Cypriot antiquities from the Neolithic Age up to Ottoman times. The collection is housed in four rooms. Room One has terracotta figures and idols from Lemba and red vases from Polis. In the middle of the room is a skeleton from the site of Lemba. Room Two contains pottery in classical Greek style, various sculptures, and a fine display of coins minted by the various City Kingdoms. Room Three is home to several sarcophagi and various Roman curiosities, including marble eyeballs and clay hot water bottles, and Room Four displays finds from the House of Dionysos site and exhibits from later periods, mainly medieval pottery.

We are fully licensed and registered members of the CREA, but it’s our level of expertise that really adds to the experiences of our clients. For more information on our most popular services, simply continue reading below. Property sales to the domestic (Cypriot) market, which accounted for 70% of all sales in June, rose by 14% compared to June 2019. Although domestic sales in Paphos fell by 74%, this wall was outweighed by gains in the remaining four districts. Sales in Famagusta rose by 72%, whiles sales in Larnaca, Nicosia and Limassol rose by 72%, 69% and 38% respectively. Read even more information at here.