The archaeological site of Kato Paphos was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1980. The Archaeological Park, created at that time in the western part of the city, aims to protect and preserve the remains of the ancient city of Nea Paphos, and above all to present the results of international archaeological research. Polish scientists since 1965 have been constantly working within it together with researchers from Cyprus, France, Australia, and Italy.
To make it easier for visitors to get to know this amazing place, a dedicated application for smartphones was created. It provides comprehensive information, maps, dedicated itineraries, videos, photos, and an audio guide of the sites within the Paphos Archaeological Park.