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The Paphos regional board of tourism is undertaking a program to promote Paphos sunsets as the ‘most majestic’ in Cyprus, to both locals and visitors. Nasos Hadjigeorgiou, the head of the Paphos regional board of tourism, said that they will start promoting the stunning sunsets through summer events, such as photographic and art exhibitions.

The tourism head said: “The locations to watch these sunsets are superb and meaningful, we have amazing skies. We have a great view of the sunset and the scenery and nature are unique. Even in the same place every sunset is different from day to day.”

Hotels and other interested parties are also backing the promotional plan alongside the local tourism board. The participation of hotels will help the project to have an even greater impact, as they can inform more guests about the fantastic experience. Hoteliers are also preparing in-house promotions to feature Paphos sunsets, such as wine tasting events and cocktails during sunset.

The Paphos regional board of tourism is completing an inventory of the best spots to view the sunset in Paphos and will issue electronic and print material and promote them through websites.”

Some of the most beautiful sunset locations include the birthplace of Aphrodite in Kouklia, spots along the coast of Geroskipou, Paphos harbour and the lighthouse area, Paphos old town and parts of Moutallos Hills, areas of the coastal front of Chlorakas, Lemba and Kissonerga, Coral Bay, the Sea Caves, Agios Georgios port, Lara in the Akamas and spots in Polis Chrysochous and Neo Chorio. In June, a list of the top spots to view the ‘most majestic sunsets on the island’ will be released and the tourism board’s website will be updated with more information.

Here are some Instagram posts that capture the majestic sunsets in Paphos:

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