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Adonis Baths
Adonis Baths

Adonis Baths

Daily 10am-6pm
Adonis Baths, Paphos, Cyprus

The basics

Entrance to Adonis Baths includes access to the freshwater pool, a decking area for lounging in the sun, and several rope swings, as well as a small on-site museum set in an old watermill. The baths are often visited as part of all-terrain vehicle tours that tour the rugged countryside around Paphos, including the Akamas Peninsula.

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Quad or Buggy Tour from Coral Bay to Adonis Baths
Quad or Buggy Tour from Coral Bay to Adonis Baths
$87.81 per adult
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This was really fun! We were in a group and set off bang on time. We chose the two seater buggy. Got to see a shipwreck and also was taken off road abit. The adonis baths were also beautiful although auite busy with other tourists. Having the air hit you in this 30 degree heat was amazing. We ended up going to the buggy shop by mistake at the begining, we needed to go to coral Bay itself. The guide from there was kind enough to drive us down to the correct place. Really good service all round. Would defo recommend..
Mandy_K, Jul 2022

Things to know before you go

  • The Adonis Baths are an excellent place to cool down on a hot day.
  • Bring cash to pay the entrance fee.
  • There are restrooms, a snack bar, and changing facilities at the site.
  • The road to the baths is steep, rough, and unpaved. It’s best tackled by a four-wheel drive or ATV.
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How to get there

The baths are situated near Koili village, about a 30-minute drive from Paphos. If you don’t have access to a four-wheel drive it’s best to go as part of an organized tour that includes transport.

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When to get there

The waters at the pool are cool and refreshing so it’s best to go in summer, when temperatures are high. The baths are relatively small and can become busy; visit in the morning or mid-afternoon to avoid crowds.

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The Baths of Aphrodite

Travelers with a keen interest in Greek mythology may also want to pay a visit to the Baths of Aphrodite, a secluded cave on the Akamas Peninsula. As with Adonis Baths, it’s believed the goddess of love bathed here, and often brought her lovers here too. The Baths of Aphrodite are not open to swimmers although there are some pretty walking trails around the surrounding gardens.

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Frequently Asked Questions
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