Kato Pafos, near Pafos harbour
Tel: +357 26306217
Winter hours (1st November- 31st March): 08.00-17.00
Spring hours (1st April - 31st May): 08.00-18.00
Summer hours (1st June - 31st August): 08.00-19.30
Autumn hours (1st September - 31st October): 08.00 - 18.00
Entrance: €3.40 (Paid at the entrance of the Archaeological Park and includes all sites within the Park)
The gymnasium of Pafos has not yet been discovered. The theatre, even though it has not been excavated, lies on the southern slope of the small Fabrica hill where there are visible remnants of its seats. From among the already mentioned temples of New Pafos, the only one identified is a small sanctuary of Apollo Hylates, situated outside the eastern walls of the town where the eastern cemetery also lies. The sanctuary, dating to the end of the 4th century B.C, is hewn out of the hard rock and consists of two adjoining, small chambers. An engraved inscription over the entrance to the first chamber indicates that the sanctuary is dedicated to Apollo.