Latchi, lying on the North West coast of Cyprus, is a large, traditional Cypriot village (or small town), which very successfully combines being a bustling, working fishing harbour, and a popular - and exceptionally quiet and peaceful family holiday destination. than ten miles from Paphos city itself. Conveniently situated a 1 hour drive from Paphos Airport, Latchi is a fantastic way to enjoy rural Cypriot life away from the crowds without the hassle of long bus or taxi transfers.read more
History of Latchi
Latchi, or Latsi as it is also known locally, is situated on the coast between Polis and the Cape of Akamas, a region steeped in mythology and rich in history. To the west of the village lies the Baths of Aphrodite, where the goddess used to bathe just before her marriage to Hephaestus, the maker of the weapons for the gods. She also met her lover at the baths, Adonis, the beginning of a tale which leads to his tragic death. Read More
- Akamas National Park
Latchi is situated on the edge of the Akamas National Park which stretches along the coastline near Polis.
- Latchi Beaches
The beaches and clear, pristine water of Latchi also offer a variety of water sports.
- Unique Features
Latchi is renowned across Cyprus for it's fresh fish and excellent fish restaurants.
Weather in Latchi
Cyprus is on the edge of Asia, and the country as a whole is one of the hottest destinations in the Mediterranean. The whole country enjoys well over 300 sunny days every year with two thirds of the rain falling during the winter. December through to March tend to be wet rather than cold, although on average you can still expect a fair bit of sunshine. Read More