Visitor Management and Site Interpretation and Presentation
Nea Paphos is the most visited of all the archaeological sites, monuments, and museums in Cyprus, currently receiving over 500,000 visitors annually. Visitor management and interpretation are important to ensuring a sustainable future for the site.
Currently the site offers visitors and locals a cultural and educational experience, a place to enjoy natural beauty, and a refuge from the bustling, crowded modern city. However, these aspects of the site need enhancement through:
informative and discreet signage,
visitor itineraries on the walking paths,
improved methods of presentation, and
improved interpretation and visitor information in the Visitor Center and in the protective shelters.