: Paphos International
: Akamas Resort Restaurant. Tavernas in Drushia
: Troodos Mountains
: Several within
: Akamas Resort Restaurant. Tavernas in Droushia
From the airport - After leaving the car park, at the roundabout, take the first exit on the E603 towards the B6 and A6
In 4km, at the T junction with the B6, turn right
In 1.5km turn left towards the A6 motorway junction, in 150m turn left on slip road for Paphos
In 12km the motorway ends in a roundabout with traffic lights. Go straight ahead
In 0.5km at roundabout left first exit
In 0.5km traffic lights turn right on B7 to Polis
In 15km, turn left on E711 to Kathikas
In 5km enter Kathikas keep straight on
In 0.5km come to T junction turn right onto E709 towards Polis
In 2km ignore first mention of Drushia on F708
After 3km turn left on F708 signposted Drushia, Ineia , Kato Arodes
Continue straight along this road for 1.2km.Ignore all turn into Drushia
Just past the former Drushia Heights hotel there is a junction at which you have right of way, but beware wayward locals
Continue to bear right as the road begins to descend steeply.Latchi Panorama is on the right.
Golf: There are 4 main golf courses in Cyprus, all situated within easy reach of the resorts of Paphos and Limassol.
Best golfing weather is October to March.
Aphrodite Hills Golf Club
8500 Kouklia, Cyprus.
This course is located 20km from Paphos, 50km from Limassol and 112km from Larnaca International Airport.
An 18 hole championship course carved out of carob and olive trees on 2 high plateaux divided by a ravine overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.
Secret Valley Golf Club
8062 Paphos, Cyprus.
Probably the most prestigious course in Cyprus, this course is located 18km East of Paphos and 49km from Limassol. It is near to Petra Tou Romiou, the birthplace of Aphrodite. Built in a scenic valley with large trees and rock formations, this course boasts 18 holes.
Ski: Although Cyprus is best known for its all year round sunshine, it's also popular as a winter skiing destination, mainly because of the serene beauty of the surroundings. Between January and March, it snows on the top peaks of the Troodos Mountains, the island's most colourful and magnificent park - the highest point being Mount Olympus at 1952m