There are four municipalities in Paphos District: Paphos, Geroskipou, Pegeia and Polis, Chrysochous. There are 121 local communities. Of the 170,383 foreign nationals registered in Cyprus, 29,665 of them or 17.4% reside in Paphos.
The economy of Paphos is largely based on tourism and there are four resorts in the district: Kato Paphos, Coral Bay, Latchi, and Aphrodite Hills. The largest is Kato Paphos which employs over half of Paphos' population. Farming, especially banana, grape and tobacco cultivation, contributes significantly to Paphos' economy.
Below is a bar chart summarising the results in comparison to the city average for each intercultural indicator, and a pie chart showing the different stakeholders who are part of the network.
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