The complete guide to tourist information for the Polis Chrysochous area.
Polis Chrysochous is one of the most beautiful and idyllic places the island has to offer.
The Polis Region is an area full of natural beauty, combining the magnificent mountains and the brightest blue seas, an area of peace and calm that keeps its original Cypriot style where a warm welcome awaits you.
The national park of Akamas is close to Polis Chrysochous where you can enjoy activities like hiking, cycling and jeep safari’s as well as the majestic Baths of Aphrodite.
The small harbour of Latchi is located about three kilometres from Polis. Latchi offers many fish restaurants and tavernas, from the harbour you can take a boat trip to Akamas to explore the wonderous Blue Lagoon.
Argaka is about 7 kilometres from Polis and offers restaurants and tavernas. Argaka is blessed with the most amazing beaches coupled with the beautiful views of the mountains.
About the Polis Chrysochous area.
Located on the north-west part of Cyprus, Polis Region is an area full of green, natural beauties, excellent sea and beaches. Polis still keeps its original Cypriot style, with many tranquil villages waiting to explore. The National Park of Akamas Peninsula is just a few kilometres away.
The stunning natural environment, friendly, laid back people, great hotels, apartments and villas for your accommodation, many restaurants, tavernas and fish restaurants for dining out, wonderful sandy beaches, many things to do, Polis region is the ideal place for those seeking active holidays in nature.
Modern Polis is built on the ruins of two ancient cities, Marion and Arsinoe, dating back almost 3000 years. Evidence of this reach, ancient history are found in the excavations in the region.
Just 35 km northwest of Paphos, it can be reached by following the B07 route, or by taking the E701 coastal route, and then the E709.
With its unrivalled natural beauty, Polis Chrysochous is also a favourite spot for camping, and its campsite is located in a fragrant eucalyptus forest that borders a Blue Flag pebble beach. The campsite and beach also herald the start of a picturesque coastal walkway that leads to Latchi Harbour.
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With its quaint sandstone buildings around a pedestrianised town centre with its restaurants, bars and souvenir shops, it is a delightful place to hang out on a summer evening.
Latchi is a sleepy port where the fishermen bring in the fresh catch of the morning and supply the local tavernas which litter the quayside offering the local specialities.
The Akamas National Park is a truly pictorial part of the island. It has an area coverage of 230 square kilometres containing valleys, gorges, wide sandy bays and huge variety of animals.
Pomos village, hanging on the cliffs of west coast Cyprus is a laid back village, very peaceful and quiet. Ideal for those wanting to get away from the hassle and bustle of tourist’s resorts.