Paphos Bar Street

paphos bar street

While Paphos Bar Street may not have the same bustling nightlife as Ayia Napa or other European cities, it’s still a good option for those seeking a night out.

This quaint strip was the place to be back in the 80s and 90s. However, things have changed a lot since then.

Here’s what you need to know.

What Is the Main Bar Street in Paphos?

The main Bar Street in Paphos (officially known as Ayiou Antoniouoften Street), is located in Kato Paphos, right near the harbour.

Often referred to simply as “Bar Street,” this area features a mix of bars, clubs, and restaurants, attracting both tourists and locals.

Keep in mind that many businesses on Bar St. only operate during the summer season, and that some bars and clubs don’t open until quite late.

But, again, don’t set your expectations too high.

What Happened To Paphos Bar Street?

The truth is, Paphos Bar Street has seen better days.

The decrease in tourist numbers and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic have caused several popular bars and clubs to close, leaving the street deserted.

That being said, with things looking up in the city and tourism on the rise, hopefully, Paphos Bar Street will soon be back to its lively self.

If you’re seeking an alternative, consider checking out Kennedy Square in the Old Town.

This recently renovated area offers plenty of dining and drinking options, as well as a winter nightclub.

Paphos Bar Street Nightlife

When it comes to nightlife, Paphos Bar Street has it all—from vibrant bars and cozy pubs to buzzing nightclubs:

  • Different Bar – The only LGBT+ bar in Paphos. Friendly staff, great cocktails, and unlimited popcorn.
  • Rainbow Club – Classic tourist club, although reviews are a bit mixed. Entry fee is 10 euros and includes a drink on the house.
  • Robin Hood Pub – A stylish pub with delicious cocktails and a couple of pool tables and dart boards.
  • Flairs – Probably the most well-known dance bar on Bar Street. Don’t forget to grab a cocktail with their buy one, get one free deal.
  • Boogies Karaoke Club – A fun karaoke club where adults aged 18 and above can unleash their inner rock star.
  • Loft Club – The best nightclub in Paphos. Entry is 25 euros per person and you also get two complimentary drinks.
  • Keg and Barrel – A fantastic pub for enjoying beer and watching live sports. Very reasonable prices.
  • Memories Cocktail Bar – A laid-back bar with tasty cocktails (and plenty of friendly cats roaming around!)

Paphos Bar Street Restaurants

Of course, Paphos Bar Street isn’t just about drinking and dancing; there are some really nice restaurants, too:

  • Demokritos Tavern – A favorite tavern among tourists, featuring live entertainment, rich traditional cuisine, and a warm, inviting atmosphere.
  • The Alkion Family Tavern – A lovely family-run tavern with amazing Moussaka and traditional Greek music.
  • Delhi Gate Indian Restaurant – An Indian restaurant serving authentic food and a wide selection of vegetarian dishes.
  • Dracumel Grill & Pizza – A fast-food restaurant serving wonderful pizza and late-night souvlaki.
  • Out of Africa – Another fast-food spot for burger lovers on a budget. Also, be sure to give their gyros a try.
  • T&J’S FISH & CHIPS – One of the best fish and chips in Paphos, and they even have a special gluten-free batter!

Hotels Near Bar Street

  • Alexander the Great Beach Hotel – A 4-star hotel providing a range of activities for kids and adults, including entertainment shows.
  • Almyra Hotel – A luxurious (and dog-friendly!) 5-star hotel with excellent service and a private beach.
  • Annabelle Hotel – Very similar to Almyra, but with a touch of sophistication and an expanded selection of restaurants.
  • Anemi Hotel & Suites – A budget-friendly, 3-star hotel boasting an Italian in-house restaurant called ‘Nema’.
  • Silver Park – A boutique apartment hotel with clean, modern rooms and fully outfitted kitchens.
  • Regency Boutique Hotel – Another apartment-style hotel offering a café and poolside bar.
  • Dionysos Central Hotel – A quaint hotel situated on the promenade, which is ideal, though it can get a bit noisy at night.
  • M Boutique Hotel – A new adult-only hotel with an outstanding chef restaurant and a rooftop bar.

How to Get to Paphos Bar Street


Bus route 611 departs every 10 minutes from Tombs of the Kings main station and stops at Alymra Hotel. This route also runs through Yeroskipou.

If you’re in Universal, you can catch bus route 603 to Tombs of the Kings main station and then switch to route 611. From the Old Town, simply hop on bus route 610 to the Harbour Station.


A taxi from Paphos to Bar Street typically costs between 10-12 euros, while a ride from Yeroskipou or Chloraka will be around 12-15 euros.


Those arriving by car can find free parking at the harbour, and there are usually available spots on the street as well.

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