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Paphos is a small town on the island of Cyprus. The Paphos International Airport (airport code PFO) is about 10 miles from the city of Paphos. It serves largely charter flights from primarily European countries, but there are also regularly scheduled routes on British Airways and Cyprus Airways, among others.

The airport doesn’t have a website of its own, but you can see a list of what airlines serve Paphos (along with their destinations) here. It is a full capacity airport, but perhaps not the largest in terms of passenger facilities. You will find a bank, bureau de change, ATM, café and restaurants, cafeterias, bars, Duty Free shop, gift shop, hotel reservation and tourist help desk, medical centre and a baby/parent room. You’ll need to ask at the tourist help desk for information about ground transportation, as information online is sorely lacking. The airport’s telephone number is +357 2624 0506.

Be sure to check on these airfare deals to Cyprus, and then read about what to do and where to stay once you get there.

More Information on Paphos

Paphos, the fastest-growing town on the island of Cyprus, is known as the birthplace of the Greek goddess Aphrodite. It’s a town with a little bit of a split personality – its modern half is up the hill, and its historical half is at the bottom of the hill. Most of the tourist points of interest as well as the hotels are in the lower old town (otherwise known as Kato Paphos). You’ll find the ruins of Roman villas, well-known for their mosaics, and tombs dating back to the fourth century. There is also a Greek amphitheatre where you can occasionally see plays or other performances. And of course there is the local scenery – placed between the sea and the mountains, Paphos is uniquely positioned to give any outdoor lover plenty to do.