The Minthis Hills Golf Club in Paphos consists of 18 holes and is located at the surrounding area of a monastery of the 12th century.
The peaceful environment and the idyllic view offer the perfect scene for a demanding game with the fairways coming through ancient trees and water elements. At 550 metres above the sea level the golf course is used during all seasons. It was originally designed by the world known architect Donald Steel in 1944.
It was the first golf course in Cyprus and has recently been renovated by the well-known gold architects MacKenzie and Ebert. Minthis Hills also offers excellent facilities for practise and an amazing Clubhouse with a wonderful restaurant and bar.