Paphos is located at the west with a population of approximately 67000. It’s the home of the island's second international airport and has as its central point an attractive fishing harbor by Paphos Fort which hosts more than 3000 boats, lined with open-air cafés and taverns.
Paphos lays in the the Western Troodos Mountains, which makes the area scenic beauty graced with some luxury hotels along the coastline.
The legacy from its remarkable history adds up to nothing less than an open museum, so much so that UNESCO simply added the whole town to its World Cultural Heritage List.
After the occupation in 1974 the government invested deeply in the Paphos district financing in irrigation dams, water distribution works, road infrastructure and the building of Paphos International Airport. The private sector began eventually to invest and developing Paphos as well taking initiative concentrated in hotel, apartment and villa construction and the entertainment infrastructure. The main economic activity in Paphos is today tourism as it is one of the most popular and desirable areas in the island.
The estate industry has seen great development in Paphos especially with British expats and Russian business men that choose Cyprus as their base. For accountants in Paphos click here.