Paphos Archaeological Park (also known as Kato Pafos Archaeological Park) is located in Paphos, southwest Cyprus and is situated near Paphos Harbour. The park, still under excavation, is within the Nea Pafos ("New Paphos") section of the coastal city.
Its sites and monuments date from prehistoric times through the Middle Ages. Of the most significant remains are four Roman villas, the House of Dionysos, the House of Orpheus, the House of Aion and the House of Theseus, all with preserved mosaic floors. In addition, excavations by the Cypriot Department of Antiquities and foreign archaeological missions have uncovered an Agora, Asklipieion, "Limeniotissa" Basilica in ruins, the Odeion, "Saranta Kolones" Fortress, the Hellenistic-Roman Theatre, and a necropolis known as the "Tombs of the Kings".
In 1980 Nea Pafos and Palaipafos were inscribed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO.