Leonardo Laura Beach & Splash Resort is located in the tourist area of Paphos, with a bus stop in front of the hotel.
- 100m from the beach
- 5km from shopping centre
- 140km from Larnaca airport
- 20km from Paphos airport
- Distances from the hotel
- Tombs of the Kings: 3km
The Tombs of the Kings, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are an early necropolis in Paphos dating from 300 BC. The burial niches were looted of all artifacts long ago, but a powerful sense of stillness and mystery remains.
- Old Town with shops: 4km
- St. Paul’s Pillar & Ayia Kyriaki Catholic Church: 6km
On this fenced site on Apostolou Pavlou Avenue there is a single pillar at the far end, which is called St. Paul’s Pillar. It was here that St Paul was bound and given 39 lashes as a punishment for preaching Christianity. Roman Catholic and Anglican services are held each Sunday at the church of Ayia Kyriaki, near the site.
- Paphos Amphitheatre: 6km
The theatre lies in the northeastern corner of the old town, diagonally opposite the harbour. It appears to be one of the earliest developments in Paphos, dating back to the last years of the fourth century BC.
- Kato Paphos harbour: 7km
It is one of Cyprus’s iconic settings, a picturesque harbour lined with charming pavement cafés and bars.
- Paphos Castle: 7km
Bordering the Paphos harbour, the Castle was originally built as a Byzantine fort to protect the harbour.
- Paphos Mosaics: 7km
The House of Dionysos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a restored Roman villa, dating back to the second century AD. It features remarkable mosaic decorations and mythological compositions. Its name derives from the many representations of Dionysus, the god of wine. The house probably belonged to a member of the ruling Roman class or a wealthy citizen of Paphos.
- Coral bay: 7km
Coral Bay ranks as the most popular sandy beach in Paphos area.
- Golf training range: 200m, opposite the hotel
- St. George Chapel: Walking distance (200 meters)
- St. Mary’s church: In Chlorakas village, close to the hotel
- Lemba Village: 2km
The Lemba Archaeological Research Centre is the field base for the Lemba Archaeological Project and is under the overall direction of Professor Edgar Peltenburg. It is located in two fully renovated old stone-built houses.
- St. Neophytos Holy Monastery: 14km
The monastery nestles in the hillside above Paphos, and grew from the cave-church built by the hermit Saint Neophytos ‘with his own hands’ in the 12th century. A reliquary containing a skull believed to be that of the Saint can be seen in the Monastery Church.