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To the south of Kato Akourdalia, just 12 miles away, you'll find the city of Paphos.
Why don't you explore two of the most attractive stretches of coastline? Alykes Beach, 14 miles to the south, and Ladies Mile Beach, 40 miles to the southeast, are great picks.
If you're longing to reconnect with the natural world, round up the family and head to Mount Olympus, located 25 miles away from Kato Akourdalia. Also consider Aphrodite's Rock, 20 miles away.
Want to go to Adonis Baths Water Falls and Lara Beach? They're located in Kritou Tera, some 2 miles away from Kato Akourdalia. Giolou is another option worth considering. It's 3 miles away, and is the location of Tsada Golf Club and Saint Neophytos Monastery.
It's worth paying a visit to Latsi, a regional hub approximately 7 miles to the northwest of Kato Akourdalia. This area has a variety of tourist attractions, such as Baths of Aphrodite, Latchi Watersports Centre and Lara Bay Turtle Conservation Station. Aphrodite Nature Trail and Akamas Peninsula National Park are also cool options if you're still looking for more.
Water adventures are a highly enjoyable diversion here. Take the plunge and go swimming or scuba diving because and you will have a memorable experience.
Not all activities rely on good weather. If you find yourself stuck with a gloomy day, head for shelter at the art museums of Cyprus.
Keeping your eyes peeled for an outdoor activity that will please everyone? This region offers visitors some marvelous open-air museums.
Absorb the atmosphere as you learn about past events at the historic sites of Cyprus. You won't regret a trip out to its ruins, old towns and archeological sites.
Explore the region's spiritual side by paying your respects at its many churches and monasteries.
What's the point of having a vacation without trying some tasty cuisine? Cyprus is a superb place to treat your taste buds!
Nothing compares to fresh, local ingredients. You'll soon realize that fish and fresh vegetables are popular choices here.
A couple of staple dishes worth tasting are yemista (stuffed peppers) and kleftiko (goat or lamb baked in foil).
For dessert, you have to sample a bit of delectable pastish (cookie).
Do you prefer non-alcoholic beverages? Triantafyllo (cordial made from Damascus rose), is a great choice.
The soul of a place resonates not just within its landscape, but also in the cadences of its language. Learning a sampling of simple words and expressions in Greek will make your visit both easier and infinitely richer. Kalá, efharistó. Esí? translates to fine thanks, and you. Hróña Pollá will also come in handy. It translates to happy birthday.
A lively day of national celebration, Independence Day is something you'll feel lucky to have been a part of. It takes place on the 1st of October.
As your vacation here draws to a close, be sure to bid Kato Akourdalia a heartfelt "Yiá sou".
When it's time to hit the tarmac, be advised that Paphos International Airport is roughly 17 miles to the south.
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Two of the upmarket Kato Akourdalia accommodation options in which you can discover some of the most comfortable hotel features in town, are the Anassa Hotel, at 40 Alekou Michailidi Road, and the Koumasia Dream, at 34b Koumasia. Alternatively, in the bargain category, you can check out the Demetriou Paradisos Hills and the Marion Hotel. The Demetriou Paradisos Hills is at Lysos, while the Marion Hotel is found at 9 Mariou.
Situated in Kato Akourdalia, this country house is close to Adonis Baths Water Falls. Regional attractions also include Latchi Beach and Latchi Harbour.
Located in Paphos, this beachfront hotel is in the city center and within 1 mi (2 km) of Alykes Beach, Paphos Harbour, and Paphos Archaeological Park. Paphos Lighthouse and Tombs of the Kings are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Situated in Chlorakas, this luxury hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Tombs of the Kings, Paphos Lighthouse, and Paphos Archaeological Park. Paphos Harbour is 2.6 mi (4.1 km) away.
Nestled on the beach, this Pegeia hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Coral Bay Beach and Maa-Paliokastro Archaeological Site. Pafos Zoo and Agios Georgios Church are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, this beachfront resort is located outside the ancient city of Paphos, next to the historical Tombs of the Kings. The Paphos harbor is a 10-minute drive away.
Opened in 2004, this Mediterranean-style holiday complex has self-catering apartments set around a central pool, and is located 250 metres from the beach and two kilometres from Paphos Harbour.
Nestled on the beach, this Paphos hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Paphos Aphrodite Waterpark, Paphos Harbour, and Paphos Archaeological Park. Paphos Lighthouse and Tombs of the Kings are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Situated near the beach, this aparthotel is within a 15-minute walk of Fabrica Hill, Paphos Archaeological Park, and Paphos Harbour. Paphos Lighthouse and Tombs of the Kings are also within 1 mi (2 km).