Paphos, Cyprus – Unravel Travel TV

Paphos, Cyprus - Unravel Travel TVPaphos is the ancient capital of Cyprus and while many come to visit the archaeological sites, others are here simply for the thriving beach and town life. Paphos has historical treasures in abundance and the whole town is designated as a Unesco World Heritage Site. Of all the towns on the island Paphos is the most in demand for weddings the church in Paphos has a particularly enviable location as it is set amid a famous archeological site. Just like some ancient cultures, modern day weddings ca

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Cyprus is the warmest island in the Mediterranean. The mean daily temperature in July and August ranges between 29°C on the central plain to 22°C on the Troodos mountains, while the average maximum temperature for these months ranges between 36°C and 27°C respectively. Winters are mild. The island, on average, enjoys more than 300 days of sunshine every year, and the rainy season is confined to the period between November and March. Snow occurs rarely in the lowland and on the northern range of Keryneia but falls every winter on ground above 1.000 metres on the Troodos Range, usually occurring by the first week in December and ending by the middle of April.

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