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When: Chloraka experiences a glorious climate all year round and can be a lovely spot to catch a bit of winter sunshine. That said, to see it at its finest, you should head out in the mid summer months of July and August.
Where: Culture buffs and history enthusiasts will find plenty to interest them in Paphos town whose history involves periods of Greek, Roman and Ottoman control.
Why: There are plenty of sights to see in Paphos. Be sure to see the Roman Ruins at the Paphos Archaeological Park, the cave-cut Tombs of the Kings, the imposing Ottoman fortification in the harbour and the Odeon Amphitheatre where plays and musical performances are occasionally to be seen.
When: Western Cyprus is especially lovely in the middle of summer when there are 12-13 hours of sunlight and perfect beach weather.
Where: As well as the many beaches that ring this part of the coast, you'll want to enjoy the bars, nightclubs and music venues of Paphos.
Why: In recent years, Paphos has seen a lot of little cocktail bars and live music venues spring up. There are even a few night clubs here. Be sure to dine in the charming little tavernas - common to this part of the island - where you'll find delicious, traditional mezze dining.
When: The weather in Chloraka is very pleasant from early April right through to the end of September. You might prefer to visit towards the start or end of this season to avoid the crowds.
Where: There are some lovely little day trips to make in the vicinity of Chloraka. The Akamas Peninsula - for example - is located on the far western point of the island and boasts a stunning landscape of gorges and sheer cliff walls, and shelters a rich and diverse birdlife.
Why: Chloraka is located in a very attractive part of Cyprus making it a fantastic destination for a romantic holiday. Be sure also to visit the pretty and traditional village of Tala where you'll find a great selection of excellent restaurants and bars.
When: With its long summer season Chloraka is a good destination during the kids' summer holidays but would also be very pleasant in the easter holidays and autumn half term.
Where: Chloraka is a good destination for a family walking holiday and the nearby valleys of Diarizos and Ezouza boast stunning mountain and gorge views and offer clear and straightforward hiking trails. You could also walk the Paphos Coastal Path.
Why: Chloraka is a vary peaceful and attractive spot and makes for a pleasant family beach holiday. Kids will also enjoy the slides, wave machines and lazy rivers of Aphrodite Water Park in Paphos.