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Known fondly as 'entertainment street' or Bar Street, Ayiou Antoniou is where you'll find the main tourist-friendly bars and nightclubs. It's not a far cry from Ayia Napa, though the crowd tends to be a little older and a lot calmer.
With such a long history of Brits coming to the island, you'll find many English-style pubs in Paphos. Some are rather charming and traditional, having been here for many years.
To steer a course around the Brits-abroad crowd, you need to head away from the main strip to some of the more traditional Cypriot taverns on the edge of the old town and further up into the hills.
Lighthouse Beach Bar (Eleutheriou Chandrinou) offers a more laid-back pace for a few drinks and a relaxed evening.
Though Paphos isn't a major party town, there are several clubs that'll let you shake your hips into the small hours. Many of these can be found on Bar Street and along the coast, where discos and nightclubs can hold several hundred revellers.
If your idea of a night out is more about dining than drinking, check out our eating out in Paphos page for recommendations.