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Hailed as the picture-perfect hotspot for visitors from across the world, Paphos definitely stands up to its name and delivers some of the most beautiful natural landscapes and scenic views for you to see. Aside from exploring beaches, there is more to the local culture like learning about their history through the Tombs of the Kings and even trying the local cuisine; which is sinfully delicious as well!
Autumn in Paphos is unlike many of the European cities you will visit. This coastal city is particularly warm, and a good place to retreat and relax if you want to get away from the chaos of city life, or simply wish to escape the cold weather. The temperatures during September to November (Fall season in Paphos) usually rise throughout the day and range from 27°C to 22°C (87.3°F- 72.5°F) maximum and drop down to around 16°C (60°F) during the night. This temperature widely varies as the days of the month slowly progress and it can get extremely hot, but the humidity and wind make it bearable.
This city certainly has no shortage of sightseeing spots. Aside from the beaches and archaeological sites, you can grab a cool drink or some ice cream and check out the Paphos Zoo with your family, you even try out the Aphrodite Water Park. You are sure to get a lot of sunshine, and while we recommend walking around the city, there is always a lot of fun to be had checking out the natural parks and gardens of the city.
Pack up a jumper, for those cold nights, and grab your swimwear during the day. While you can expect clear skies, rains can also be expected so be sure to pack in a light jacket or umbrella. Tourism is slow during these months so you can also expect affordable prices for accommodation and activities.
Not nearly exciting, but certainly a peaceful time to visit, Paphos has a bunch of cruises and sailing tours that you can also try out without the hassle of a large crowd.