Discover the best top things to do in Polis, Cyprus including Ambiental Touch, Adonis Nature Trail, Latsi Beach, Marion - Arsinoe Archaeological Museum, Kathikas, Smigies Nature Trail, Pano Akourdaelia Herb Garden, Magic Bowling, That Nice Shop, Exhibit at Poliscentre.
Restaurants in Polis
5 based on 80 reviews
We bring to you a team of experienced therapists, trainers and healers, an improved concept of lifestyle for the community and also for the visitors of Polis Town. Through our skills we bring contentment, relaxation and wellbeing for all those who use our services. For our partners, such as hotels, hostels, resorts and vacation homes, with our staff working for your business you will have the safety of a job well done and the peace of mind that your customers are satisfied by the services provided. We have behind us many years of practice and professionalism, our center is constantly improving and developing, our teams of therapists and trainers are continuously evaluated and trained remaining the best in the area and for your trust we thank you.
My wife and I have just visited for a full Body Massage and were very impressed.
At first glance from the street you are not overwhelmed by the building as it does not have the glamour you often associate with these types of establishments, but do not be put off by this, as the quality of the service is impeccable.
The treatment was very professional and had a very warm friendly feel.
My wife and I left feeling today relaxed and fulfilled.
I would highly recommend Ambiental Touch, and suggest you visit when you are in the area.
Kevin & Pamela
4.5 based on 141 reviews
Scenic five-mile hiking trail of the gods.
Free parking within easy distance of start of walk. Refreshments and toilets available at roadside cafe. Well posted path until about 35 minutes in, you need to vear left at an old iron sign/contraption. But no way marker exists. You make your way down to a shaded picnic area before starting a fairly long up path through a juniper wood. The reward is a long easy downhill stretch until a more difficult section with a water pipe exposed in the middle of the path. All ends well with a shortish walk on the road back to your car. Very much enjoyed by the wife and I. Allow about 2 and a half hours of walking. Will return to walk the other half - Aphrodite Trail which looks just as rewarding.
4 based on 134 reviews
There are several beach and our review is for for porto latch beach at one end of Latchi town, The beach has a good supply of beach furniture and is never crowded, The other facilities are toilets, changing rooms and showers all clean and good ! There is a life guard and thanks to the artificial breakwaters the sea in not rough. The sand and pebbles are clean and the water was warm at the end of September. There is also an ice cream parlour and a good tavern almost on the beach and ample car parking places. There are footpaths and a shaded area for disables beach users
4.5 based on 66 reviews
We had been wondering a lot about the ruins located around the town during our week-long holiday and the museum gave us the answers - a range of archaeological finds which have been beautifully preserved/restored and nicely displayed. As with all sites, its a 2.50 entry fee and it is small so you will probably struggle to fill an hour but still well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
Visited twice on our hols,WOW what a beautiful small village so peaceful and quiet just a few friendly locals .Had a delicious breakfast at the Kathikas cafe fantastic setting lovely and cool after the heat of Paphos, free parking can't recommend highly enough you MUST go
4.5 based on 37 reviews
We went for the longer walk which is about 5.5km. initially quite steep though it soon levels out into a very pleasant stroll with many signs detailing the local vegetation. You're treated to several stunning views of the Akamas Peninsula
Highly recommended, though like all walks some good footwear is sensible.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
Pano Akourdaleia herb garden is the home to resident herbalist Caroline Evans and her business Heaven on Earth Herbals. Originally the old village school house and playground, the building and garden was fixed by the Laona project using a European grant in the early to mid 1990's, although since then it was not looked after as was intended. The garden has the same name as the small church across the road called 'Chrysseleoussa' literally meaning Golden Gift of which it now is to the village as Herbalist Caroline Evans has revived and replanted the herb garden and brought the life back to the village. Nowadays a small coffeeshop serves herbal teas, healthy drinks and gluten free cakes is onsite of the beautiful herb garden along with a working apothecary and herb shop. Caroline is on hand to answer your health needs and provide full consultations. These days workshops learning about your body, herbal teas and coffee mornings are run as well as group tours and the hugely successful and enjoyable monthly Farmers Market (1st sunday). Summer opening hours (1st April-31st Oct) Tuesdays until Sundays 10am-5pm and Winter opening hours (1st Nov-31st March) Wednesdays-Sundays 9am-4pm.
We had a table by the herb garden which was lovely with the evening scents on the air. The staff were very good and even bought a birthday cake for my wife. The food was delicious and we had 2 very enjoyable meals here. Would recommend this restaurant
5 based on 17 reviews
Fun for all the family with reasonably priced bar. Only 4 Euro per Game/Person and function suite where we host live entertainments and available for private parties. Come on give us a go, we promise you will enjoy your evening out with the family! We also have a new Function Suite available for parties and live music with fully stocked bar and various English beers (Pedigree and Speckled Hen), larger and cider on tap!.. Karaoke every Friday evening through the winter!!
We headed (two families with young children) to the Magic Bowling Alley for a couple of games to have a break from the beach. It was excellent and the manager couldn’t have been more helpful. Would certainly recommend.....Thank you for the review and I can assure you, the pleasure was all ours to have such lovely families bowling with us.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Arts & crafts gift shop, all products handmade by local artists and crafters. Exclusive and original, made in Cyprus.
Located in the center of Polis very close to the post office.
They display a variety of hand made gifts, glass, painting ,and other gifts. All the goods are of a very high quality. The staff are helpful, and eager to assist you.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
I visit regularly, items for sale include, handmade cards, handmade crochet, paintings, variety of wooden items, knitted toys. All items are made locally in Cyprus. The shop is in the centre of Polis, near to the Electricity offices. The crafters can take commissions for their various wares. The shop is suitable for both locals and tourists. The shop is normally open Monday to Saturday 10am to 3pm in the summer season.
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