Agia Marinouda is located in an idyllic location on a hill which overlooks the sea. The visitors of the village as well as the permanent residents can enjoy the cool breeze which blows during the summer months which is a special characteristic of the village. The church is dedicated to Agia Marina, from whom the village received its name from.
Agia Varvara is located in eastern Paphos and is at an altitude of 95 meters from the sea. It is located at the Paphos valley at an elevation at the right side of the Ezousa river bank. The river bed which is next to the village is quite wide, even though a large part of it has been transferred into a cultivated area.
Agios Nikolaos village is one of the most picturesque villages of Paphos. Years ago, the Agios Nikolaos village was one of the biggest and most important vine villages of the island. Nowadays, the village is considered small as most of its inhabitants moved to the city centres but the village attracts locals and tourists with its beautiful area and picturesque sceneries.
Anarita is a village located in the Paphos district, and is located 12 kilometres northeast of Paphos. The village is built at an average altitude of 105 metres above the sea. The bas relief which continues from marine terraces at the northwest, begins to go up at the north, where the altitude reaches 254 metres.
The community of Lasa is located in the district of Paphos in Cyprus. It neighbours with the communities of Drimou, Simou, Fiti and Milia. According to the inventory of 91 residents.
The chapel of Saint Prodromos, Ermolaos and the park of the village are places which someone can see in the village. The village has also organised the festival called “Lasia”.
Lysos is a beautiful mountain village in the Paphos district which continues to preserve the Cypriot traditional architecture as many of the old houses have been restored. Lysos mainly belongs to the Paphos district however due to the negligence of the government the village has been left without any projects and therefore has been affected by urbanization.
Panagia is a graphical mountain village of Cyprus, located at an altitude of 900 metres in the Paphos mountain range which is at the edge of the Paphos forest and only 35 minutes from the Paphos international airport. Archbishop Makarios the third, the first president of the Republic of Cyprus was born in Panagia
Peyia is a suburb of Cyprus and an independent municipality in the Paphos District. The municipality has an extent of 4.552 hectares and is built on a hillside. It is located at an altitude of 200 metres and is 15 kilometres from the centre of Paphos. The amount of residents have increases within the years resulting in the amount of 10.000 residents. Peyia is well known for its banana plantations.
Polis , as it is known in Cyprus or Chrysochou or Poli of Chrysochou known to the rest of the world is a small town and an independent municipality of Cyprus in the Paphos district.