Squares-Streets

A City Designed for People

Moussallas

Situated on a hill in the heart of Paphos, just west of the Old Town, it is about a 10-minute drive from the picturesque Port. The name is Turkish and means "place of prayer". It came about because there was a section of rock where Muslims used to come for prayer at...

Moutalos – Mouttalos Square

In the northwestern part of the city we find the old Turkish village of Paphos. Its name derives from the Cypriot word ‘moutti’, which means nose and is associated with the geographical location of the area, which is built on the tip of a hill between Upper and Lower...

East Coast Pedestrian Street

Located east of Paphos Harbour, it extends 2km along the coastline. Starting from the beach of the Municipal Baths (Ta Mpania), it follows a path that passes over the organised, sandy beaches and in front of the luxurious hotels, leading to the whitewashed church of...

West Coast Pedestrian Street

Starting from Castle Square, the pedestrian street stretches along the west coast of the city, embracing the magnificent mosaic archaeological park that has been on the UNESCO list since the 1980s. Although the erection of a fence to protect the archaeological site...

Municipal Market – Fruit & Vegetable Market

Here was the heart of the city, when every Saturday morning the grocers laid their wares on their benches and shouted loudly to promote them. Local Pafos residents from all neighbourhoods came together to do their necessary shopping of the week, while at the same time...

Dionysios Solomos Square

You will find it at the junction of 25th of March Street and Georgiou Griva Digeni Street, behind the municipal mansion and municipal gardens. The small, triangular square was named after our national poet Dionysios Solomos, whose bust adorns its open space today....

Kostis Palamas Square or Erotas Square

Located southwest of the 28th of October square past two beautifully restored pedestrian streets. Its two names are due to the two remarkable monuments located here: The first is built in honour of famous poet Kostis Palamas and includes a marble bust of him, designed...

Roundabout at the city entrance

Situated on the western boundary of the city, marking the end of the Limassol - Paphos motorway and at the same time, the entrance to Paphos, as traffic is distributed in various directions of the city. Its striking design draws the incoming visitor to the city of...

Kennedy Square – Makarios III Pedestrian Street

Northwest of the Town Hall and within walking distance, we find another recently remodelled square, named after US President, John Kennedy. Reconstruction works have transformed it, in recent years, into a spectacular open space, where its design combined with modern...

October 28th or Town Hall Square

A cosmopolitan, charming square, characterised by the intense elements of neoclassicism that exude a sense of nobility. Here, you will see two of perhaps the most famous neoclassical buildings of the Cypriot architect Andreas Christodoulides: The Paphos Town Hall and...