Paphos, Cyprus

Rent a Yacht in Paphos, Cyprus in a few minutes!

Rent a Yacht in Paphos, Cyprus in a few minutes!


Hiring a yacht is the ideal way to explore the hidden beauties of Paphos. If you are searching for beaches and sites to visit in Cyprus, Paphos is an excellent choice; especially if you have children. Paphos is listed as a cultural UNESCO World Heritage Site, directly related to the cult and legend of Aphrodite. The town still preserves remains of villas, fortresses, and palaces, and has a unique harbor where you can easily find the ideal yacht of your choice. You can directly contact the owners of the vessels for the ideal yacht, or simply allow a BednBlue travel expert to guide you with some suggestions.

You have plenty of options:

You can book and hire a yacht with a skipper, or without one if you own a license, and enjoy a one-day cruise to Coral Bay. You also have the option to rent a motor yacht, their fast cruising speed will allow you to tour the Blue Lagoon for the perfect day adventure in Akamas. Finally, you can hire a luxury yacht at a fair price and enjoy a 4-day or 5-day adventure along the coast that reaches the wonderful city of Limassol.

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Yacht in Paphos

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Paphos is situated on the west coast of Cyprus, about 60 kilometers from Limassol. The city’s tourism and economic prosperity grew with the construction of Roman palaces, forts, theaters, and tombs. The Roman rule ended with the arrival of Christianity and slowly fell to the hands of Arab invaders. During the medieval period, Paphos was renamed as Salamis and for over 700 years was under the control of the Byzantine Empire. The Byzantines freed the city from the Arabs. Nevertheless, the next two hundred years marked a period of subsequent Venetian control. Arriving in the 20th century, Paphos was nothing more than a coastal village.

Today, the city is divided by the main residential district, known as Ktima, and its vital port area is known as Kato Paphos. The latter contains most of the luxury hotels and restaurants for respectable guests. Near Paphos Harbour, you will find many Blue Flag beaches and a number of attractions. Although this wonderful resort is not as well renowned for its beach reputation, compared to Protaras and Ayia Napa, it certainly offers the perfect place for families to relax on a private yacht cruise. Before you begin your sailing trip along the beautiful coastline, you can visit numerous archaeological attractions and sites. 

As mentioned in the epic poem Odyssey, the goddess Aphrodite landed at the site of Paphos. The beautiful shore she landed and emerged from the sea is known as the Aphrodite rocks. Legend has it that Aphrodite chose this rock to begin her life as a mortal. Near Paphos harbor, you can visit the Paphos Archaeological Park, the Paphos Fort, and the Tombs of the Kings. All these sites are famous landmarks that may also be included in your Paphos yacht trips.

When you are ready to hop on your yacht charter in Paphos, you can marvel at the amazing scenery and explore secluded bays and beaches. Alykes Beach, Faros, Geroskipou, Pachyammos, Vrysoudia, and Dasoudi Beach are the most popular public beaches. A couple of kilometers further down the coast, you will find Coral Bay, one of the most well-known beaches in all of Cyprus. The horseshoe-shaped bay has crystal-calm waters and has a simple beach bar. It is great for snorkeling and relaxing, or for just soaking up the sun from the deck of your luxury yacht. Nearby you will find Potima and Laourou Beach, also fantastic swimming spots.

A private yacht trip in Paphos may last more than just a day. You can end your route by exploring Limassol, home to the biggest port on the island. In between your 4-day charter trip, you can make a stop at Pissouri. Other favorite sailing destinations are St. George Island, Lara Beach in the Akamas Peninsula, and the Blue Lagoon of Geronisos. Lara Beach has plenty of bays that are a perfect ground for green turtles. After Lara, you can head north to explore the Blue Lagoon. You will be amazed by the crystal-clear waters and the opening beauty of Akamas. The best yacht rental experiences in Paphos usually include stops to restaurants, bars, and sites that dive into the historical charm of the city. The choice is yours. If you have limited time, you can always rent a motor yacht and cruise the coastline on a one-day trip. There are plenty of activities in the town of Paphos, and a yacht rental trip will ensure you get the best of both worlds.

Below you will find some useful information related to your yacht rentals in Paphos.

Paphos harbor: a bustling harbor that occupies a space for 600 berths, with a large selection of bars and restaurants. The medieval castle of Paphos is situated at the edge of the harbor and was originally built to protect it in Byzantine times.