Ta Mpania is a restaurant, café, and lounge bar, all under the same roof. It enjoys a fantastic seafront location in Kato Paphos. It is a daytime swimmers’ favourite, and, at night, it attracts young party goers, who hang around chatting and drinking until 3:00 am.
La Boite 67 – named so because it was established in 1967 – is one of the oldest restaurant-clubs in Paphos. It is also a popular destination for night owls because it stages all kinds of live musical events. Generally known as an artists’ hangout, this historical venue will surprise you with its timeless charm.
A hip stop on the Bar Street, Robin Hood is easy to find because its façade reminds of a Medieval fortress and the interior décor reminds of feudal times too. They are quite famous for their margaritas, but the signature Robin Hood cocktail is even better. They close long after midnight – usually, 2:30 am or 3:30 am, depending on the day of the week.
The Loft Club is a vibrant, casual nightspot, at the heart of the Paphos nightlife since 2003. They are only open on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays because they need time to stage some of the best parties on the island.
Alea Cafe-Lounge Bar is an everyday draw, but partygoers will enjoy it the most on Fridays and Saturdays when DJs spin whatever pleases the crowds. The views from Alea are fantastic too: the blue of the sea is the ideal backdrop for a night you will never forget.
Oniro by the Sea is a chillout bar that enjoys a fantastic location on the clifftop close to the sea caves of Paphos and the wreck of the Edro III freighter. It is a family-friendly venue, offering good food, drinks, and a view like no other. It is an off-the-beaten-path address, however rather busy, due to its strong reputation.