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Fun Activities for Teenagers in Paphos: The Ultimate Guide

Want to guarantee your teens have the ultimate summer holiday? Check out our very own guide, filled with fun activities for teenagers in Paphos.

Whether your teens are after non-stop energetic fun or want something a little more chilled out, the great thing about our beautiful city is that there’s something to suit all ages. From scuba-diving with turtles to horse-riding across sandy beaches, teenagers in Paphos have a huge variety of exciting things to do and places to explore right on their doorstep. Here are our top five activities for teenagers in Paphos:

1) Jump in and scuba-dive!

Diving in Paphos is an absolute must-do activity for teens. There are so many treasures to discover, turtles to make friends with and other beautiful marine life to see! We’re always hearing just how much fun teenagers in Paphos have had exploring the magic underwater world. The waters are warm and crystal clear for most of the year - perfect for that underwater turtle selfie! If you want to guarantee a great diving experience for your teenagers in Paphos, we recommend choosing Cydive. The team are super friendly and take safety very seriously. Your teens will practice in a pool and be diving pros in no time!

2) Spice up their day with a quad or buggy safari ride

Create an unforgettable experience for you and your teenagers in Paphos, booking a quad or buggy safari is the way to go. You’ll both get to see the sights and have loads of fun whizzing around off-road style — what could be better? We recommend riding with Golden Ride Rentals. Trip Advisor approved, they offer a variety of different safari tours and supply everyone with safety helmets and goggles.

3) Make a huge splash at Aphrodite Waterpark

What would teenagers in Paphos do without an awesome waterpark to visit! Watch them scramble up the Super-Volcano, race each other on the jaw-dropping Kamikaze and plunge down the exhilarating Adventure slide. The great thing about our waterpark is that teenagers can explore and enjoy some freedom safely by themselves, which means you can have a well-deserved rest and cool off in our lazy river… a brilliant trade. When all their energy has been exhausted, let them treat themselves in our restaurant. We run a super easy wristband system where you can pay at the end, and have lockers available to keep all of your belongings safe. Top tip: Get the whole family excited by showing them all of our rides and slides before you go.

4) Uncover the ancient secrets of the Tomb of the Kings

If all this high energy fun has taken a toll on your teens, pop down to LockDown Paphos and discover a whole world of immersive role-playing fun. The team have a variety of activity rooms to choose from. An hour of interactivity and problem-solving it’s an activity the whole family can enjoy (yes, even Grandma!). Our favourite room has to be the Tomb of the Kings - great fun after visiting the historical site! The whole family can join in and act as elite team of Archeologists on a mission to uncover the secrets of the tomb. If you’re after lots of family-fun, the activity rooms are a great way to really connect with your teenagers during your summer holiday.

5) Enjoy a family-fun sea cruise across the blue lagoon

Harbouring at blue lagoon, Akamas, Cyprus – photography by Jan Remend

If you want a teen-approved activity the whole family will love, plan ahead and book a sea cruise. It’s a great chance to snap some scenic photos, relax and connect with your teens.

 There’s nothing quite like a boat cruise across the crystal-clear water surrounding our city of culture. Wave Dancer provide an excellent blue lagoon cruise. You’ll get to discover the true beauty of Paphos, swim in the bay of Akamas Peninsular and see turtle nesting areas. And with two stops for swimming, snorkelling and canoeing as well as plenty of live entertainment, teenagers in Paphos are guaranteed a great time!

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Whatever time you’re planning your holiday for, always remember there’s plenty of brilliant activities for your teenagers in Paphos. The city, steeped in culture, strikes the perfect balance between high energy fun and historical value. It’s the perfect location for a fantastic family summer holiday. Want to stay up to date with all the latest and greatest fun-filled and family-approved activities for you and your teenagers in Paphos? Drop us a like on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
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Your Family Holiday: What to Pack for the Weather in Cyprus

If you and your family are planning a trip to Paphos, Cyprus, you’ll definitely want to check out our handy guide to the weather in Cyprus and what to pack for Paphos to make the most out of your holiday!

If you’re after plenty of sunshine and blue skies, the time to visit is between April and October. These months see the best of our long Mediterranean summer, making it the perfect family holiday time. There are summer activities to suit everyone and plenty of entertainment for the kids!


In January, the weather in Cyprus is at its coolest — even hail and snow are possible. There’s a high chance of the slippery stuff falling from the sky, so make sure to pack nice and warmly. The evenings are at their coolest and frosts can be frequent, though not harsh. Average temperature: 08°C-17°C
 What to pack for Paphos: Warm jackets, warm clothing and hiking boots to explore.


February’s temperature remains pretty cool for the most part, and there’s still a fairly high chance of the wet stuff. The rocky February climate means there’s fewer things to do with your kids in Paphos than in the summer, but the sights are still pretty awesome. Average temperature: 08°C-17°C What to pack for Paphos: An umbrella, warm jumpers and medium coats. .


Come March, the weather in Cyprus is still quite cool, but days are beginning to get longer. It’s still not great for spending much time by the beach, and most waterparks are being prepared for next month when they open. Average temperature: 09°C-19°C What to pack for Paphos: Clothes that give you a medium level of warmth and light jumpers.


April is a beautiful time to see the Akamas Peninsula – photography by Andrey Gaverdovsky

Score! Compared to March, April sees much warmer weather in Cyprus, and it’s a great time for getting out and about over the Easter break. Everywhere is lush, green and exciting. Our waterpark officially opens for the long summer ahead and there’s plenty of things for both you and the kids to do in Paphos. Top tip: Book your family waterpark tickets online and you’ll automatically save 15% Average temperature: 11°C-21°C What to pack for Paphos: Medium-light clothing, beach towels and a swimming costume!


May starts the long Mediterranean summer of fun in Cyprus. All outdoor beach restaurants and bars will now be open, and the weather is perfect for swimming and splashing around with the kids. 
Average temperature: 15°C-24°C What to pack for Paphos: Summer clothing, swimwear and a light jacket for the evenings.


Your summer holiday wouldn’t be complete without a splash!

The hot June weather in Cyprus means it’s definitely time to treat the family to lots of ice cream! If you’re having a day of family fun in our waterpark, remember there are plenty of shady spots for you and the kids to make use of. Top tip: Why not check out all of our park facilities? We’ve got plenty to keep you entertained! Average temperature: 18°C-28°C What to pack for Paphos: Light clothing, sun protection and some long-sleeves for the evenings.


July and August are the wall to wall sunshine months in Cyprus, so it’s a great time to cool off and have fun in the waterpark! We recommend bringing lots waterproof sunscreen, and if you’re on holiday with young children, you may want to avoid sightseeing between 12-3pm, when the day is at its hottest. Average temperature: 20°C-30°C What to pack for Paphos: Plenty of light summer clothing, sunscreen, hats and sunglasses.


Hot summer temperatures, clear blue skies and lots of water-based activities is what your August holiday to Paphos is all about. It’s also a lot quieter on the roads as this is when local Cypriots tend to take their summer break. The evenings are lovely and warm, and it’s a great time to laze by the pool. Top tip: Check out these seven really cool things to do on your summer holiday to Paphos. Average temperature: 21°C-30°C What to pack for Paphos: Plenty of light summer clothing, sunscreen, hats and sunglasses.


The sunshine and warm weather in Cyprus continues throughout September and the water is still a perfect temperature for swimming in. Just like in June, July and August, we recommend taking plenty of sun protection and a bottle of water when sightseeing. Average temperature: 19°C-29°C What to pack for Paphos: Summer clothing, sun protection and long sleeves for the evening.


A beautiful October sunset in Paphos, photography by Anup Shah

In October, the weather in Cyprus is still nice and warm, so it is perfect for young families planning a holiday in half term. There’s still plenty of activities for kids and families to do, and we remain open until the end of the month. Average temperature: 16°C-27°C What to pack for Paphos: Light clothing for the day time and jackets for the cooler evenings.


Around the middle of November, Cyprus becomes cooler and it can rain. Sunbathing is still possible, but not nearly as nice or comfortable as in the summer months. It’s still good weather for outdoor activities or excursions. Average temperature: 13°C-22°C What to pack for Paphos: Light jumpers, an umbrella and medium clothing in general.


The month of December welcomes our Mediterranean winter. The temperature drops and meteorological statistics show that December is considered our wettest month of all. Mild frosts can be frequent, but it is still a pleasant month to go hiking and see the cultural sites. Average temperature: 10°C-19°C What to pack for Paphos: Warm jackets, mostly winter clothing and don’t forget an umbrella! Whenever you’re planning your family holiday, make sure to sign up to our mailing list so that you can stay up to date with all of our latest offers, discounts and deals. You can sign up here.
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