Paphos Archaeological Park is an outdoor museum located near the Paphos bay. The museum-park features various archeological monuments from prehistoric times to the middle ages. Visitors can enjoy the unique frescoes, reliefs and floor mosaics that had once decorated the houses of four Roman villas belonging to Dionysos, Theseus, Aion and Orpheus. The park includes the remains of the ancient Odeon Theater as well as the remains of the ancient city walls. Archeological excavations have also uncovered the «Saranta Kolones» (Forty Columns) Fortress — a Byzantine castle built in the 12th century, an ancient lighthouse and the remains of «Limeniotissa» Basilica.

Please note that the monuments are scattered throughout the park and require a considerable amount of walking. Paid admission is required at some of the monument sites.