Peyia is located just 3 km from Coral Bay at the southern end of the Akamas Peninsula, and public transportation gives tourists easy access to both of these popular Paphos locations. While visiting the community of Peyia, you can immerse yourself in the local hospitality of the largest village in the Paphos region, with thriving restaurants, and local shops and markets.
You can spend a day exploring the trails of the Peyia Forest, or visit a local ranch for a horseback ride along the coast. The village is also home to the Peyia Sea Caves, a unique natural landmark characterized by rocky caves and coastal formations, making this spot a must-visit while in the area.
Another fascinating piece of history lies nearby among the ruins of the Edro III Shipwreck, one of the most well-known tourist stops in the Paphos area. Stroll along the coast and take in the ship’s wreckage, with the most gorgeous backdrop of the glistening turquoise sea. The village of Kathikas is also a short distance from Peyia, and making this trip will reward you with the chance to taste wines at some of the area’s best vineyards.