Most cafes in Paphos are characterized by unobstructed views of the mountains and the sea, a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, and pleasant prices.
Don't deny yourself the small pleasure of having breakfast in one of the establishments listed below. Let your morning start delicious, fragrant, and joyful!
According to an ancient legend, Aphrodite emerged from the foam of the sea somewhere around the present village of Kouklia. That is why many tourists like to swim here at dawn. Then do not miss the opportunity to eat delicious and healthy near the beach or closer to the colorful center of Paphos. Most cafes open in this area no earlier than 8-9 am.
Eda family cafe
In the area of Kouklia village, there is a cute family cafe Eda, where you can have breakfast, lunch, dinner, or just a cup of aromatic tea or coffee. The menu offers traditional Cypriot, European cuisine, and specialties in grandmother's home style. It is unusual for Cyprus, but on the menu, you can even find buckwheat porridge for breakfast and vegetable pancakes. From the additional pluses - a cozy summer veranda with a beautiful view and ample parking space within walking distance.
The cafe is open daily 08.00 - 20.00.
Now let's go for a walk. You will have time for a couple more breakfasts in the city center. Why not? The central district of Pano Paphos, where the city administration, museums and sights are located, is famous for its exquisite restaurants and breakfast cafes. Kato Paphos - literally the lower town - is also a historic and touristy area closer to the coast. The quieter areas of Peyia, Kissonerga and Emba are renowned for their hospitality and welcoming restaurateurs.
St Paul's Coffee Corner
Perhaps the most popular yet humble breakfast spot is located on Apostolou Pavlou Avenue. It serves daily breakfasts for those who know a thing or two about good coffee. The crema on the cappuccino will not disappoint and the mocha will not be cloyingly sweet. There are no panoramic views, so grab your drinks, muffins and snacks and head to the nearest observation deck for breakfast, of which there are many in Paphos! Guests particularly note the wide selection of hot and cold drinks prepared to the highest standards, reasonable prices, as well as the hospitality of the staff, and the cleanliness and tidiness of the place.
Weekdays and Saturdays 8:15 - 17:15, on Sunday from 9:00 - 17:15.
Grab a flavorful drink and stroll to the ancient fortress of the city towards the promenade.
This incredibly cute institution is sure to raise your mood even on a cloudy morning. Yes, they happen on the sunny island of Aphrodite too, especially closer to winter. And as you start the day, so will you spend it. The café is located in the old town area on Nikodimou Milona Street, surrounded by cozy traditional Cypriot and elegant Renaissance architecture.
Sykaminia serves breakfast, brunch, and lunch. A wide selection of drinks, Mediterranean, Greek cuisine, and all types of grill are available for guests. The cafe is suitable for vegetarians and people leading a healthy lifestyle. We recommend you to try the Cypriot menu.
The cafe is open on weekdays and Saturdays from 9:00 - 17:00, closed on Sundays.
This spacious cafe overlooking the city is located about 2 km away from the historical district of Tombs of the Kings. It is so tasty, cozy, and atmospheric here that breakfast easily turns into lunch or even dinner! And yet the most popular dish is not coffee and croissant, but classic Greek salad with fragrant pita - always on top! The rolls and bread are warm and flavorful, straight from the oven. From the additional pluses - a large summer veranda and cozy armchairs in the inner hall.
The cafe is open daily from 7:00 - 23:00.
Tea for Two
In the same neighborhood of Tombs of the Kings is a large café with sea views and a playroom for younger children. Here you'll find traditional English or Mediterranean breakfasts at reasonable prices and in a friendly atmosphere. If you get to dessert, don't deny yourself a slice of the chef's homemade brownie.
The cafe is open daily from 8:00 - 24:00.
Meraki Market Cafe
The stylish and trendy cafe is located in the picturesque Chloraka neighborhood on the street named after Griva Digeni himself. Here they serve breakfast, lunch and light brunches from the menu of European cuisine and a full set of healthy ingredients, necessarily decorating them with fresh flowers and microgreens. Salads and avocado sandwiches can be ordered later, online, so take your time to try everything at once. At the cafe, take your pet with you as well and accommodate them inside or on the veranda. After breakfast, head to the picturesque St'George Beach and find the statue of Griva Degeni himself, one of the main participants in the Cypriot War of Independence.
The cafe is open weekdays and Saturdays from 9:30 - 17:30 and closed on Sundays.
Caffè Nero Kings Avenue Mall
If you are the type of person who doesn't like surprises, go straight to Nero in Paphos' largest shopping center for breakfast. The chain's quality standards are consistent and impeccable. After breakfast, take an invigorating jog around the stores or hike around the picturesque ancient ruins right next door. The only thing is, if you are new to Cyprus, do not take the tantalizing and luscious chocolate cake, you will definitely regret it, but the coffee drinks are on top, fruit salads and bagels with vegetables in French are crispy and quite exquisite. On the plus side, the self-service is fast, the atmosphere is always friendly and the music is always classy. The chain's second popular café with panoramic sea views is located in the Kato Paphos neighborhood.
The café is open daily from 8:30 - 22:00.
Arabica Coffee House
One of the best coffee places in Paphos, where you can have a cup of aromatic drink and breakfast even in the earliest morning, until 7 o'clock, which is very unusual by Cypriot standards! In addition to drinks in the morning there are fresh pastries, snacks and yogurt with fruit and granola. From the minuses - in the afternoon, closer to dinner, the tables are sometimes not enough for everyone, despite the fact that the halls are very spacious, from the pluses - fast self-service.
The cafe is open on weekdays and Saturdays from 6:30 to 21:30, and closed on Sundays.